Asian American Women on Where to Go From Here
Sen. Mazie Hirono, Lana Condor, Tina Tchen, and more on what it will take to create meaningful change in this country.
By Rachel Epstein
The Do-Gooder Ploy
“Hey, wanna collab?” It’s the social-media version of “You up?” but, as our investigation shows, more insidious—and may be preying upon your desire to create social change.
By Kaitlin Menza
Changemakers 2021: Working Toward Wellness
Physical and mental well-being cannot be separated. These changemakers are working to ensure you have both.
By Raquel Willis
The Stacey Abrams Effect
Now that the country’s most famous political organizer has secured three election victories, what will she do next?
By ASHLEY C. FORD
Hair as Art
How styling Black hair became a cultural celebration.
By Chanté Griffin
Tayshia Adams Won't Back Down Now
After inserting some cultural realness into the Bachelor franchise, the former Bachelorette is ready to dig even deeper.
By Jessica Herndon
Playing Kerri Strug
A new original work of short fiction by Kiley Reid, author of the New York Times best seller Such a Fun Age, is a cutting, witty examination of the stories we tell ourselves and others—and what they reveal about who we actually are.
By Illustrations by Sofie Birkin
Priyanka Pulls Back the Curtain
In her most telling interview yet, Priyanka Chopra Jonas addresses the challenges of her past, her biggest ambitions, and what she's taking on next.
By Priya Rao
A Bitter Pill
The pandemic made telemedicine mainstream. Now, a skin check or a cold prescription is just a video call away. But when it comes to abortion, just because it’s “virtual” doesn’t mean it’s any easier.
By Susan Rinkunas