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The Hero Student Journalist Who Asked Richard Spencer About Getting Punched
We talked to Eman Elshahawy, a self-proclaimed "beautiful brown woman" who confronted the white nationalist during his speech at the University of Florida on Thursday.
A Pregnant Woman Goes on a Killing Spree at Her Fetus's Behest in 'Prevenge'
We spoke to the director of "Prevenge," an extremely dark comedy about the horror of impending motherhood—who was eight months pregnant when she directed and starred in the film.
'More Justice and Some Peace': Mariame Kaba on Ending America's Violence
We talked to the community organizer about her decades-long work to transform the conditions that lead to police brutality and gendered violence in Chicago, where she lived for 20 years, and New York, where she grew up.
You’re Being Cheated on to Pay a Karmic Debt, According to a Psychic Matchmaker
Scientists have proposed a host of neurobiological reasons for infidelity—but could there be a more esoteric explanation? We turned to the star of TLC's "The Psychic Matchmaker" for some answers.
Rebecca Solnit: How to Find Hope in a New Era of Darkness
In the shadow of Trump's inauguration, Solnit revisits the lessons of her landmark book, "Hope in the Dark," to explain why despair during this time is premature.
Debunking the Toxic Myths Around College Hookup Culture
In her new book, "American Hookup," sociology professor Lisa Wade investigates the biggest misconceptions about casual sex on college campuses—and tries to reach an understanding that more accurately reflects realities about gender, race, and class.
Behind the Stories of Black Female Friendship in 'Hidden Figures'
Screenwriter Allison Schroeder talks being a woman in STEM and bringing the story of three black female scientists to the screen.
Doula, Musician, and Mother Domino Kirke on How to Stay Sane in the New Year
Brooklyn singer, birth worker, and sister to 'Girls' actress Jemima Kirke speaks to Broadly about her work as a mother, a doula, and why she wants us to accept ourselves as we are in 2017.
Music Supervisor Brienne Rose on How to Choose the Perfect Music for TV
Brienne Rose is one of the hottest up-and-coming music supervisors in Hollywood today. We caught up with Rose to talk to her about the value of music in film and television, what bands excite her most right now, and how it feels to score an iconic TV...
'I'm Afraid for Black Lives': The Women of Color Organizing to Take Down Trump
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Looking Back on Our Collective Obsession with the Baby-Sitters Club
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