Tag: class

How Do You Know?

July 2014

The Bangladeshi-British writer on news versus novels, swapping rural poverty for Wall Street, and “the power of story on the human mind.”

Lauren Quinn: Which Side Are You On, Girl?

June 2014

Class in America: I’d never had much interaction with people from the Hills—which is to say, other white people.

Ann Neumann: How the Other Half Dies

June 2014

Class in America: If a humane death is to become a human right, we have to address the socioeconomic barriers that block so many from proper end-of-life care.

Class in America: A Symposium

June 2014

Class in America: Seven writers, editors, and thinkers discuss how class divides Americans today and what we can do to fix America's inequality problem.

Robert Reich: America’s “We” Problem

February 2014

The growing divide that’s eroding our sense of mutual responsibility.

David Morris: Republican Principles Depend on What’s Best for the Rich

January 2014

A stark look at class warfare in Congress.

Bill Moyers: The Great American Class War

December 2013

America's class war is telling the oldest story in the nation.

Nikole Hannah-Jones: Affirmative Action Refocused

June 2013

Following the Fisher v. University of Texas ruling, some call for class-based affirmative action. However, critics warn that may be the end of black and Latino representation in American colleges.

Redeemed

June 2013

The bestselling author of Wild on the Pacific Crest Trail, bringing consciousness to bear on the work, and how success has been met with a backlash.

A Question of Faith

May 2013

The debut novelist on the Great Migration and nation-building, conflations of race and class, and her “belief in belief."

Mira Ptacin: Is a Baby a Luxury?

May 2013

When a chemical stick revealed that our little family was about to change, we were overjoyed. But not insured.

Natasha Lewis: Zadie Smith’s NW and Big Ideas

September 2012

Despite what Kakutani says, Smith’s new novel is not "Mrs. Dalloway Lite."

Parts and Partial

September 2011

You thought feminists had to focus on empowering women? Stephanie Coontz on why, after a sustained assault on families and unions, that just isn't enough anymore.