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Kaitlyn Greenidge

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Lorraine O'Grady: From Bureaucrat to Rock Critic to World-Renowned Artist
An interview with the category-defying artist and writer.
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The True Story of the Nun Who Became an Attorney General
An interview with Arlene Violet, the crime-fighting nun of Rhode Island.
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John Waters: "I Love Women Who Hate Men and Hate Men Who Hate Women"
The universally beloved director loves women, hates Mike Pence, and wants us all to be Valerie Solanas.
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A Hope for Universal Health Care in New York State
A single-payer bill could pass the State Senate. Here's how you can help it move forward.
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Dorothy Allison on Why Working-Class Literature Is the Strongest
The novelist and memoirist talks about growing up poor, her '70s lesbian feminist collective, and meeting her obligations.
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Sacred Space
On visiting the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and facing the present.
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Is Shunning Ever Useful?
An interview with the writer, theorist, and activist Sarah Schulman.
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You've Got to Fight
On the civil-rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer, black women, and the 2016 election.
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I Love Betty
An original short story by Kaitlyn Greenidge.
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A Different Kind of Justice
Novelist and public defender Natashia Deon talks about how the same story can reveal different truths.
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Eat the Fish
On being forced to confront an unreasonable but unassailable fear.
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The First Lady of New York Wants You to Be a Mental-Health Healer
Chirlane McCray shares why she wants to destigmatize mental-health issues and make access to mental-health care simple and affordable.
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A Small Place for Us
On encountering the kind of perfection that is always out of reach.
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