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Fight Like a Woman

Casey Morton fights for her dream in a photo essay following her journey from the gym to her pro-debut. by Erin Lefevre“There was once a man who went to a guru because he wanted to be great, so he went to the guru and asked him how he could be great. The guru told the […]

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3 Muslim and Arab-Americans Explain How to Be a Good Ally

by Kaylen Ralph illustration by Emma Johnson In January, the White House issued an executive order that aimed to bar Syrian refugees from entering the U.S. and restrict in-bound travel of immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries. Thousands of U.S. citizens and lawmakers expressed their disproval of what quickly became known as the #MuslimBan by gathering at airports […]

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Not My Father’s Cuba

Haunted by her CIA father’s anti-Castro views, Leslie Absher travels to Cuba to discover it for herself. photo essay by Leslie Absher The CIA was more of a calling than a job for my father. He was passionately anti-communist. His first assignment had been to monitor intelligence reports during the Cuban Missile Crisis, so I […]

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