When Brazil’s Voters Became Followers

When Brazil’s Voters Became Followers

By Letícia Cesarino
Politics on social media may be exciting and even fun. But is it good for democracy?
Getting Out the Vote in South Asian Chicago

Getting Out the Vote in South Asian Chicago

By Anar Parikh
Language access provisions to expand language minority voters’ access to the polls are not only about political participation. They also reveal the reproduction of white public space and white supremacy in US electoral practices.
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Ten Things about Black Women Suffragists through a Black Feminist Lens

Ten Things about Black Women Suffragists through a Black Feminist Lens

By Irma McClaurin
Talking about Elections in Northern Kenya

Talking about Elections in Northern Kenya

By Hassan H. Kochore
An anthropologist recalls a conversation with three older women as they reflected on their experiences of electoral politics past and present.
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Black Latinx Activists on Anti-Blackness

Black Latinx Activists on Anti-Blackness

By Julie Torres
What do Black Latinx experiences add to the conversation of “Black Lives Matter” or, as we say in Spanish, “Las Vidas Negras Importan?”
How Do We Listen to the Living?

How Do We Listen to the Living?

By Brendane Tynes
These days, images of Black women protesting proliferate, but often they are accompanied with captions that describe Black women as on the frontlines fighting for the rights of Black men, as if police violence does not also affect us.
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Call for Pitches: FOOD

Call for Pitches: FOOD

For our November/December issue, Anthropology News is putting all its eggs in one basket for a series about food production and consumption.
Black Masculinity in the United States

Black Masculinity in the United States

By Yaa Baker
What a passionate exchange at a protest for civil rights tells us about the performance of Black masculinity as sincere investment in the Black community.
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When Brazil’s Voters Became Followers

When Brazil’s Voters Became Followers

By Letícia Cesarino
September 14, 2020
Politics on social media may be exciting and even fun. But is it good for democracy?
Getting Out the Vote in South Asian Chicago

Getting Out the Vote in South Asian Chicago

By Anar Parikh
September 14, 2020
Language access provisions to expand language minority voters’ access to the polls are not only about political participation. They also reveal the reproduction of white public space and white supremacy in US electoral practices.
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Ten Things about Black Women Suffragists through a Black Feminist Lens

Ten Things about Black Women Suffragists through a Black Feminist Lens

By Irma McClaurin
September 14, 2020
Talking about Elections in Northern Kenya

Talking about Elections in Northern Kenya

By Hassan H. Kochore
September 14, 2020
An anthropologist recalls a conversation with three older women as they reflected on their experiences of electoral politics past and present.
-
Black Latinx Activists on Anti-Blackness

Black Latinx Activists on Anti-Blackness

By Julie Torres
September 3, 2020
What do Black Latinx experiences add to the conversation of “Black Lives Matter” or, as we say in Spanish, “Las Vidas Negras Importan?”
How Do We Listen to the Living?

How Do We Listen to the Living?

By Brendane Tynes
August 31, 2020
These days, images of Black women protesting proliferate, but often they are accompanied with captions that describe Black women as on the frontlines fighting for the rights of Black men, as if police violence does not also affect us.
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Call for Pitches: FOOD

Call for Pitches: FOOD

August 17, 2020
For our November/December issue, Anthropology News is putting all its eggs in one basket for a series about food production and consumption.
Black Masculinity in the United States

Black Masculinity in the United States

By Yaa Baker
August 14, 2020
What a passionate exchange at a protest for civil rights tells us about the performance of Black masculinity as sincere investment in the Black community.
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