“All I could do those days was stay in bed because my head was spinning from the painkillers."
Between Coldness and Adoration: A Zainichi Korean’s Experience in Japan
"I urge Japanese readers to take another look at their elementary and middle school textbooks."
NEUT Magazine on Making Space for Social Discourse in Japan
"I want the world to know that there are people speaking up and trying to change society here."
Ahmed’s Good Grief
Institutions separate complainers from one another and from their own support networks. But what if we complained as a collective?
Who’s Afraid of Affirmative Action?
“The rich diversity at Harvard and other colleges and universities and the benefits that flow from that diversity,” argued Massachusetts Federal District Judge ...
The Big Picture: Unequal America
The US was once widely—and quite uncynically—viewed as a land of prosperity and opportunity. During the expansionary decades of the mid-20th century, it was treated as the world’s test case on the ...
What the Nazis Learned from America
Until the recent presidential election cycle, most of us had never heard of the “alt-right.” To those of us who had (likely because we spend too much time on …