I write about film and politics. You can find my work at The Atlantic, Washington City Paper, Salon, Think Progress, RogerEbert.com, and others. Non-partisan by nature.
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How Joan Rivers Paved the Road for Women in Comedy
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How 'BlackFish' Completely Revolutionized Activism in America
One Absurd Statistic Shows Just How Bad Hollywood's Latino Problem Is
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The One Thing Keeping 'Orange Is the New Black' From Being the Most Feminist Show on Television
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