Tyler Hildreth

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Shelf Help: 'The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America'

The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America. (Photo: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)<b>The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of</b> …

A Powerful Response To People Who Say 'Men Can't Get Raped'

"No I didn’t 'want it.' But it happened and I am here."<p>“In response to women who say men can’t write about rape.”<p>“You are wrong.”<p>That's how Akeemjamal Rollins begins his riveting slam poem "In Response" that he performed at the 2015 National Poetry Slam in August. Rollins explains how he's …

Food that markets to both genders confuses people’s tastebuds

Given the choice between a container of fruity yogurt and a tray of fried chicken, most women will gravitate toward the former and most men toward the latter, thanks in part to the way clever marketing strategies dictate our unconscious food preferences. What’s more, marketing food toward one …

Winnipeg

Bernie Sanders Live Tweets GOP Debate, Gets Bored, Goes Home Early

<b>This post was updated at 8:30 a.m. ET to include debate metrics from Twitter</b><p>Like no doubt millions of Americans, Bernie Sanders tuned in to the Republican debate on CNN. But the Vermont independent who is running for the Democratic nomination for president didn't stop there.<p>The septuagenarian …

Middle-class

Next time someone questions America's history of racism, show them this video

America has a long history of systemic racism: From the dehumanization of black people to justify slavery to the policies of segregation and mass incarceration that followed emancipation, the country has always made it difficult for many minorities to rise out of their literal and figurative …