The rise, fall, and uncertain future of Desert Center
A patch of desert in California sells for $6 million after 100 years of turbulent history
From Sacred to Shunned: The Khwaja Sira and trans rights in Pakistan
Not unlike the slogan “no justice, no peace” that echoed around American cities in 2020, a simple phrase atop Julie Khan’s Facebook page encapsulates the last year. “Transgender needs right [sic] not sympathy.”
I’ve long prided myself on my self-reliance, on my resilience, on my independence…But somehow, over the course of nearly a decade, I let myself need my husband.
‘Friday Night Lights’ turns 30: Revisiting race relations in Odessa
“It was sad that a book that showed so much racism and prejudice, made [Permian football] so famous.”
Comrades, We’ve Been Screwed!
In 1932, 22 young Black Americans traveled to the USSR to appear in a movie intended to strike a blow at US white supremacy. The journey would change their lives.
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