Why is a white artist disqualified from painting Emmett Till? Should under-represented cultures have their own monopolies on art, fiction, and style?
The CNN anchor choked up as he opened his broadcast Monday night by reciting the full list of victims from the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
Stanford students are voting on a plan to reinstate the controversial Western Civilization curriculum more than 25 years after Jesse Jackson helped kill it.
After years of stalling, Canada finally prepares to launch a national inquiry into the cold cases of thousands of murdered and missing indigenous women.
How a Canadian college’s decision to ban a free yoga class for the disabled shows our worries over cultural appropriation have gotten out of hand.
Dr. Ahmad Naser Sarmast survived a suicide bomb attack watching his Afghan music students perform, while Haris Pašović oversaw plays under bombardment and sniper fire.
How Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner—who’ve been compared to Will and Grace, if Will and Grace weren’t likable—turned crankiness and celebrity obsession into a hilarious TV show.