Columbia University students protesting the school's investment with private prison companies. Photo by Jo Chiang.
Today, Columbia became the first university in the United States to divest from private prison companies.
Oh Joy Sex Toy is a weekly comics series that graphically explores sex and sexuality. This week, Erika Moen explains the basics of HPV.
A fan calling out FIFA's "turf war" at the women's World Cup this month in Vancouver, BC. Photo by Troy.
At FIFA, sexism trickles down from the top.
Here's what we tuned into this morning,
Moyra Davey in a still from her film project Notes on Blue.
Moyra Davey is a Canadian artist and writer living in New York whose work deals with daily life through photography, video, and layered textual references and associations.
A media analysis found that 87 percent of guests on Fox News Sunday are white men.
If you ever feel like the majority of our news media is written by men, you're correct.
Hey, it's Monday. Here's what we're reading today:
• The leader of the white supremacist group that seems to have influenced Charleston shooter Dylan Roof donated tens of thousands of dollars to Republican presidential candidates. [New York Times]
In 1953, as Cambodia inched its way toward independence following the ouster of French control, the nation’s budding musicians sought to find a voice all their own.
Janet Mock, on her MSNBC web show, is one of a handful of transgender people who has recently gained international visibility.
Recently, we’ve seen a transformation of the representation of transgender people in pop culture.
Here's what we're reading today:
• Latoya Peterson responds to the violence and hate of the Charleston massacre. [Fusion]