In 1988, decades after the civil rights movement, a small southern city finally had a racial reckoning.
Remains are piling up in coroner’s offices all over the U.S. What happens when they run out of room?
Antarctica was, in a word, interminable. The impossibly blue sky stretched on forever. The daylight never ceased, not even for an hour. The pure white terrain, rife with otherworldly shapes formed by the blistering wind, continued farther than the eye could see.
After undergoing ankle surgery in 2014, Lore Graham noticed something zir’s surgeon hadn’t. Graham’s gender identity and name were indicated on the last page of zir’s medical records.
Clery statistics don’t always capture the realities of campus sexual assault and misconduct for potential students because the reporting guidelines are too specific, survivors don’t want to come forward with their stories, and the cost of complying is too high for universities to take on.