Walter Moss: The three foreign films reviewed here, set in three different countries, in contemporary times, also demonstrate the universal nature of gender and family problems.
Walter G. Moss: A constant reoccurring problem that the USA has had in its various military and political interventions in Latin America, and countries such as Vietnam, Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan is that the governments we support are corrupt and/or undemocratic, and have different goals than we do.
Sikivu Hutchinson: Maher’s vitriol is not new to atheists and humanists of color who have long pushed back against the unapologetic Islamophobia, Eurocentrism and misogyny of Maher and fellow alpha males.
Kara Takasaki: The premiere of Andi Mack is noteworthy because Asian Americans in mainstream American entertainment are so rare. When they do appear, Asian Americans are usually “white-washed,” replaced by white actors or actors of mixed-ethnicity.
Rev. Irene Monroe: Front and center of the commercial’s narrative arch is the misappropriation of the iconic and viral photo of Ieshia Evans.