#social-justice

After Iraqi Election, a Shiite Leader Emerges as an Unlikely U.S. Ally
The U.S. once threatened to kill Muqtada al-Sadr as his militia battled occupying forces. Now, the powerful cleric is helping Washington by keeping Iran at bay.
Analysis | What Greg Abbott and Gavin Newsom Sadly Have in Common
Greg Abbott of Texas and Gavin Newsom of California are about as far apart on the political spectrum as two governors can be.
'Why We Fly' flips dusty old cheerleader stereotypes upside down
I want to thank Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal for creating believable heroines out of two genuine athletes who don't conform to the all the dusty stereotypes about cheerleaders.
Raiders owner Mark Davis sounds weak talking about Jon Gruden
While everyone in the NFL realm has been talking about the downfall of Jon Gruden, Raiders owner Mark Davis remained quiet until finally breaking his silence on Wednesday.
Where to Eat and Drink Near Chicago's Off-Loop Theaters and Comedy Clubs
As any theater-loving Chicagoan will tell you, this is a theater town.
Abolhassan Banisadr obituary
Abolhassan Banisadr, who has died aged 88, was a thoughtful, French-educated, Islamic intellectual who accepted the presidency of Iran in 1980 despite his opposition to Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini's concept of the velayat-e faqih ("governorship of the Islamist jurist") - effectively Islamic dictatorship.
Kim Kardashian West Takes Aim at Herself in 'S.N.L.' Monologue
Kardashian West hosted an episode featuring the musical guest Halsey and a parade of celebrity cameos that included John Cena, Chris Rock and Amy Schumer.
A point of difference does not make someone your enemy. But in lockdown it can feel that way | Gill Straker and Jacqui Winship
The pandemic has led to many fractures and breakdowns in the hearts and minds of individuals, reverberating too in our social hearts and minds.
U.S. Holocaust Museums Are Updating Content and Context
Many organizations are now trying to reach wider and younger audiences, and to tackle topics beyond the Holocaust.
China's noisy 'dancing grannies' silenced by device that disables speakers
Across China's public parks and squares, in the early hours of the morning or late in the afternoon, the grannies gather.