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In his recent essay on the Moynihan report, Stephen Steinberg sees out of only one eye.
Without sexual liberation, sexual oppression and sexual violence will continue.
Translation is always other than its original: even if it is unimpeachably faithful, a translated story will feel and act differently in a new language.
Today, marriage was affirmed as a constitutional right for same-sex couples in the United States.
This conversation is the tenth in the series, Trench Democracy: Participatory Innovation in Unlikely Places.
Albert W. Dzur
Trends in American Opinion
Claude S. Fischer
Opponents often associate racism with ignorance. But intelligent people promote oppression through colorblindness.
Lav Diaz's singular approach to history is liberated from the shackles of business-oriented film.
The less affluent are increasingly leading “non-standard” lives.
Selected by judge Ruth Ozeki.
The legacy of the Gaza flotilla incident, five years later.
One report on purported elder abuse describes victims as dependent captives “in highly sexualized environments.”
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Kevin P. Donovan, Emma Park
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