From the Multiplex to the “Microcinema”
Recent years have seen the gradual decline of multiplexes across the country. As they fall, microcinemas present themselves as cinema’s bastions of art and community.
“A Slippery Road of No Return”: Singapore’s LGBTQ+ Community Dares to Speak Its Name
In the aftermath of the December 2022 repeal of Section 377A, a colonial-era law that criminalized sex between men, Singapore’s LGBTQ+ community makes clear that their fight for equality is far from over.
The Desegregation Bus on its Last Fumes
When St. Louis’s busing plan finally ends, will resegregation follow?
“Eib!”: How a culture of shame keeps people in Jordan from accessing the help they need
Fear of stigma and honor systems in the country have left those experiencing domestic violence, mental illness, and addiction to suffer in silence.
To Dupe or Not to Dupe?
A new category of fashion purchases has arisen to challenge the counterfeit. Are we in?
Abused and Disempowered: How Traditions Set Up Pakistani Women for Violence, or Worse
Social and legal traditions set up Pakistani women for brutality, discrimination, and even death.