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Facebook is everywhere, whether we like it or not. The sheer size and power of the company has convinced some that it’s time to treat the company the same way we treat phone and cable companies: with anti-monopoly suits and heavy regulation.
Jamali Maddix tells the Hammersmith Apollo crowd about the time he Facebook messaged a white supremacist…
Google CEO Sundar Pichai appeared before the House Judiciary Committee today and all that Congress wanted to talk about was bias. So how did bias […]
Competitive fighter and Muay Thai champion Raquel Harris analyzes hand-to-hand combat techniques used in some of Hollywood’s biggest TV shows and movies.
It’s called the Impossible Burger and it looks, feels, tastes and smells like ground beef, even though it’s made entirely of plants. It’s all thanks to science and genetically engineered yeast. WIRED explores how close it comes to the real thing and if it’s 100% safe.
Tom Hardy and Riz Ahmed teach you British slang. Tom and Riz star in Venom, out in theaters Friday October 5th. Still haven’t subscribed to Vanity Fair on YouTube?
Robin DiAngelo tackles the adaptiveness of racism and how it evolves to maintain it institutional structures. She dives in to how white fragility unconsciously seeks to maintain the racis
A spoken word film by Mohamed Hassan. Filmed in Auckland, New Zealand. This poem means an a lot to me, and I hope you’ll connect to it too.
IQ “science” was used to justify forced sterilization in the U.S. until the mid-1970s, and it’s still being used for some not-so-great stuff today. And this is despite IQ tests being a to
Last month, Wajahat Ali bylined a long story called “A Muslim Among Israeli Settlers.” Soon after, amid an intense backlash, he was disinvited from speaking at the largest Islamic gathering in the country.
One of my favourite photography projects by Jordon Matter. “Dancers Among Us” pulls dancers off the performance stage, to every day scenery, which makes for some stunning imagery.