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FIFA’s suspension of Russia is a rarity – but one that...

Stefan Szymanski, University of Michigan The decision by FIFA on Feb. 28, 2022, to suspend Russia from international competition...

The insurrection at the Capitol challenged how US media frames unrest...

Danielle K. Kilgo, University of Minnesota The chaos at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday wasn’t typical. Nor was the coverage. Footage carried live by cable news...

Federal agents sent to Kenosha, but history shows militarized policing in...

Angélica Durán-Martínez, University of Massachusetts Lowell The U.S. Justice Department has dispatched federal agents and U.S. marshals to Kenosha, Wisconsin, where a police shooting left...

What will student protests look like when classes are online?

Johnathan Flowers, Worcester State University; April Logan, Salisbury University, and Samuel Abrams, Sarah Lawrence College Editor’s note: Campus protests have become a mainstay in American...

How the images of John Lewis being beaten during ‘Bloody Sunday’...

Aniko Bodroghkozy, University of Virginia On March 7, 1965, Alabama state troopers beat and gassed John Lewis and hundreds of marchers on the Edmund Pettus...

Hip-hop is the soundtrack to Black Lives Matter protests, continuing a...

Tyina Steptoe, University of Arizona The sound of Public Enemy’s 1989 song “Fight the Power” blared as face-masked protesters in Washington, D.C. broke into a...

In changing urban neighborhoods, new food offerings can set the table...

Joshua Sbicca, Colorado State University; Alison Alkon, University of the Pacific, and Yuki Kato, Georgetown University When new residents and businesses move into low-income neighborhoods,...

Teach police nonviolence, scholars say, and how to work with local...

Jennifer Earl, University of Arizona; James J. Nolan, West Virginia University; Jessica Maves Braithwaite, University of Arizona, and Kirssa Cline Ryckman, University of Arizona Editor’s...

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Mad Magazine’s clout may have faded, but its ethos matters more...

Michael J. Socolow, University of Maine Mad Magazine is still hanging on. In April, it launched a reboot, jokingly calling it its “first issue.” But in...