Super Bowl cheat sheet: On Cam, Curry, Coldplay and a creaky QB
Your cheat sheet for surviving the next 12 party-filled, mindfulness-testing months.
Woman’s husband pays to have her killed. She shows up at her own funeral like a boss and has him arrested. Warning women not to get pregnant for fear of contracting fetal-harming Zika virus conveniently ignores the fact that men play a part in pregnancy as well. On the accountability of Black girls in under […]
“I wish I could tell you that everything is going to be okay, but it won’t.” Flint and Gaza: water crises of colonialism. Teachers are overlooking huge numbers of gifted black students. House GOP struggles with Black History Month. If male scientists were written about like female scientists. Navigating neoliberalism in the academy, nonprofits, and beyond.
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According to a new report from Grassroots Leadership, there are over 10,500 prisoners who have been shipped across state lines to private, for-profit prisons outside of their home states. A United Nations Committee officially rules abortion a human right, ruling that a Peruvian woman denied an abortion for an anencephalic pregnancy should be given financial compensation, […]
Torontoist's Council Watch provides your cheat sheet for the February 2016 agenda. Friends, we can all agree that the municipal budget is the most exciting part of the year. But don’t get distracted—there’s a regular City Council meeting this month, too. Show More Summary
Yesterday was the Iowa Caucus, and it was typically weird. There were coin tosses. Hillary Clinton was finally declared the winner of the tight Democratic caucus, while Ted Cruz won on the Republican side. Six things that explain the caucus results. Check out episode 3 of One From The Vaults, about Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. […]
The Social Network, directed by David Fincher: The Social Network offers a fictionalized depiction of the origins of Facebook, which is now home to one of the most notable and controversial algorithms: the news feed. The Foundation series,...Show More Summary
Iowa shook up the race, sending Ted Cruz to victory, Donald Trump to disappointment, and Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton to a tie. What’s next?
Tomorrow’s the last day to register for Know Your IX’s spring student activist bootcamps. You can follow the results of the Iowa caucuses here. Deceptive tactics used to round up immigrant women and children, advocates say. NYT critic coins “DuVernay test” for looking at race in film. Despite fear-mongering to the contrary, there’s no evidence that […]
In this post we look into the essential information about Java 8 streams and how you should think about them, and how you should use them.
What if Trump really wins Iowa? Would a Sanders victory change anything? And who is this "Martin O'Malley" person?
These days, you're not fully utilizing the possibilities of social media marketing to full effect without incorporating some form of paid advertising. This infographic breaks down the key requirements of each of the main social channels to help maximize your ad content.
Elisha Love, a transgender woman who was held in Cook County Jail without trial for four years, is fundraising to rebuild her life. When it comes to Tinder “nice guys” and consent, your body isn’t owed to anyone. Planned Parenthood is bridging the access gap to HRT for transgender patients. Garment workers in Bangalore, India (most […]
Small talk may be necessary, but it’s also pretty boring, and small talk about the weather? Yawn. Next time you chat about the weather with someone, this cheat sheet will help you make it a little more interesting by arming you with interesting facts to discuss. Read more...
Last night’s Trump-less debate left nobody speechless. There was little spoken, however, on the tax front. Good thing TPC has a cheat sheet on all things tax-related for the 2016 election. Google might owe taxes in Italy, too. Italian...Show More Summary
An 11-year-old student was sick of reading about white boys and dogs, so she started a book drive for #1000BlackGirlBooks. Three Mexican women are fighting street harassment with confetti and punk rock. Only women senators showed up to work after the snowstorm. Three women are suing Chipotle for gender discrimination. How paid parental leave could […]
With the Iowa caucus just days away, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton lead their respective parties. But can they hold on?
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