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How We View People

A lot of media sources don't hesitate to praise or trash individuals. They also don't hesitate to use conventional understandings of social groups. This category takes a look at how we look at people

A Year of Ws: Black Women

In years past, Black women have had to settle for mere invites to the table. Some lead roles, a couple of important yet not-so-crazy...

A Year of Ls: Native Americans

I get that it sounds like a roast to assign any group of people Ls to hold. But while the category is primarily humorous,...

Anita Hill’s Impact On Today’s Sexual Assault Discourse

Pioneers are rarely the most celebrated people. 16-year-old Claudette Colvin's bus seat protest is nowhere near as historic as Rosa Parks'. We give Drake...

We’re Pressed About Jalen Ramsey Possibly Being Gay. Why?

Football players talk a lot of shit. You don't get to the NFL without knowing how to engage in psychological warfare. But Jacksonville Jaguars...

Learn From Playboi Carti’s Preaching Video

You're bound to say some real shit if, while around people you trust, you go on a drunk/high rant. Even if everything before and...

The Cause White Male Terrorists Implicitly Fight For

In his usual dark, poignant humor, Jerrod Carmichael tried to normalize the concept of a place being "shoot-up-able" to Maxine in an episode of The...

Music Can’t Heal A Dishonest Artist

Read 'I Want To Support XXXTentacion, But Should I?' here. Making music can change an artist for the better. Music got Jay Z into clean-money entrepreneurship. Jay...

‘Wind River’ and Wow We Don’t Care About Native Americans

Light spoilers are contained in the article. No major plot twists or reveals though, promise! Wind River is star-studded, brilliant, and you don't even know...

I Want To Support XXXTentacion, But Should I?

On October 6, 2016, Jahseh Anfroy was arrested on charges of false imprisonment, witness tampering, and aggravated battery of his now ex-girlfriend who was pregnant at...

Nav and The Minefield of Nigga

Nav is an Indian-Canadian from Rexdale, a racially-diverse low-income neighborhood in Toronto. Clearly his people from the Rex, as he calls it, are cool...