Communal living is generally associated with the counterculture movement of the ’60s and ’70s, but with new millennial demographic shifts it could be back on the rise.
The low quality of American civic education undermines the strength of democracy. Schools, at both the K-12 and collegiate level, must make civic education a priority and should specifically ensure that students understand the Constitution and the Supreme Court.
Instead of working to codify the “New Negro,” contemporary artists of the New Harlem Renaissance are highlighting the pluralism of black identity.
Now more than ever, young people have been using their clothing to express their political opinions and to show solidarity with causes they care about.
By prioritizing humor over politics, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” tackles complex political issues in an easily palatable format.
Cable news networks are treating Sean Spicer’s press conferences a lot like sports events, but there’s more at stake than trophies; it’s politics.
Following Governor Robert Bentley’s scandalous resignation, can Alabama overcome decades of corruption to become more a democratic state?