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Washington (D.C.)

The March on Everywhere

The ragged glory of female activism

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The Charmer

Louis Farrakhan and the Black Lives Matter protests

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Washington Is Burning

Two centuries of racial tribulation in the nation’s capital

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Civil Rights Act

From an interview with Azie Mira Dungey, creator of the Web comedy series Ask a Slave, by Amy M. Tyson, a historian at DePaul University, published in February in The…

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You Looking at Me?

From recent mental-health evaluations of John Hinckley Jr., included in court documents submitted in April in support of a request by his attorneys to increase the amount of time Hinckley…

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Broken English

The radio was tuned to NPR, the subject was austerity, and the great observers of our political moment were speaking with their customary authority. The conversation wandered to and fro,…

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August 2011

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