We Carry Their Bones arrives at a time of increased interest in the history of racism and reform schools, particularly in Florida.
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The most popular game/platform in the world shows us how some of the darkest chapters of labor history can easily repeat themselves in virtual reality.
We need to realize how important class is in order to understand how inequality can rise as Confederate monuments fall.
For all of the book’s fascinating revelations, The Lost Southern Chefs leaves the reader with a number of unanswered questions.
What do the words of an imprisoned Uyghur dissident tell us about the desperate plight of China’s ethnic minorities today?
In Colombia and Encanto, willful ignorance is the price paid for reassurance.
As we hopefully continue to reevaluate our relationship with Cuba, this masterful history should prove an invaluable asset for us all.
In Home Reading Service the literary and the illiterate rub shoulders, and we are given a vision of people tentatively emerging from behind walls.
Arts Fuse writers finish their countdown of great music celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. This month’s triumphant list includes John Lennon, Cat Stevens, Fela Kuti, Laura Nyro, Judee Sill, and Lou Harrison.
What makes these two albums stand apart? They are content to showcase the elemental power of Tennessee Ernie Ford’s voice.