Do you believe in luck?
Black Data While registering people to vote, Ishmael Bishop learned why the black community has reasons to be skeptical of data.
Love and Tar Easton Smith on finding hope on a desolate strip mine.
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Virtual Reality devices like Oculus Rift place you at the center of another universe. But does a 360º perspective really increase our knowledge of other worlds? Or does it simply enable our detachment and narcissim?
To counter the overwhelming despair, Ruby Brunton looks to The Jane Collective and other rebellious women of the past.
From slavery to political campaigns, black lives have always been reduced to numbers in the form of commodities, revenue streams, statistical deviations, and vectors of risk. How do we make our escape?
Before the DC police arrested 230 people, the energy was ecstatic.
Haley Markbreiter went to DC for the Women’s March, prepared for disappointment.
This Brooklyn punk house hosts basement shows where you can “come home from America”
How to escape the horror without leaving? Chris Sand traces his own steps from Montana to Olympia and back.
The Mars colony has been forming in our collective imagination since before dial-up and VCR
Sometimes an opportunity looks like a crisis. Who do you want to become?
In times of devastation and confusion, here are some books that help make sense of how to move forward.
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