There is mounting evidence that Clarence Thomas's wife helped plan the events of Jan. 6. Can her privilege as a white woman married to a Black Supreme Court Justice shield her from the charges?
It's dangerous to assume all women want to help one another. White women have a long history of upholding the white supremacist patriarchy.
White feminists have long presumed there exists a monolithic “woman voter”—someone who votes for all women’s best interests. But 50 percent of women voters tell a different story.
Our columnist and author Maud Newton speak with candor about her excellent new book 'Ancestor Trouble,' the brutal discovery of being a descendent of slave owners, and the question of reconciling with a bigoted parent.
The genre comprising 'Inventing Anna,' 'Bad Vegan,' and 'The Dropout' delivers more than riveting girl-boss con-artist tales about white femininity. Together, they tell a bigger story about our society's susceptibility to their con.
The Arizona senator, who ran on a progressive platform, appears to be relishing her betrayal of her constituents, with outrageous theatrical gestures that trumpet her racial privilege.