The Trump Administration is looking like it might be pretty hostile to food safety, which is a bad sign for those of us who like not getting sick from our dinners.
Ever wondered how to go about tracking pending legislation, regulations, and executive orders? There are a lot of tools to help you out with that.
N.K. Jemisin’s The Fifth Season is set in a strange, wonderful, magical world where plate tectonics shape the future of humanity and some people are slightly more than human.
Calls for diversity often reinforce the belief that depictions shouldn’t center around marginalisation, but instead show characters aren’t defined by their identities. That doesn’t mean their identities should be ignored.
Event organisers angry about being told they need to include accessibility plans often respond by demanding free labour from disabled people. This should end now.
In times of social contraction, people of resort to exclusionary organising tactics. Uniting for the sake of the cause is the wrong approach.
It’s easy to get fired up and organized around a distinct cause, but what about the long haul? We need a resistance movement, not a resistance moment.
The changing of the seasons is weighted with metaphor, including when it comes to the future of the United States. Will the country survive to bloom next year?
Victoria Schwab’s This Savage Song is a bit draggy at times, but is a generally pretty fun story with thoughtful worldbuilding and a few nice surprises.
It’s time to bust the myth that it’s impossible to depict a marginalised group poorly when you’re a member of that group or understand marginalisation from a different perspective.