Portside Culture

Posted by Portside on September 20, 2017
Portside
This new book is an in-depth look at how the 1964 Civil Rights Act impacted the world of women and work.
Posted by Portside on September 19, 2017
The Guardian
An Oscar-buzzed performance acts as the stoic centre of Joe Wright’s retelling of the events of 1940, played as a House of Cards style thriller.
Posted by Portside on September 18, 2017
TIME Health
Boiled down, there are a few simple rules when it comes to the best way to eat your vegetables. Just as eating a variety of vegetables is a good idea, enjoying them in a variety of ways seems to maximize their health benefits.
Posted by Portside on September 17, 2017
Huffington Post
The premiere featured white people angry at racism in town just because it hurts their “brand.”
Posted by Portside on September 15, 2017
Cultural Weekly
Southern California poet Julayne Elle explores the injustices of a US law involving the adoption of children from foreign countries who remain exposed to deportation.
Posted by Portside on September 14, 2017
The New York Review of Books
In 2015, FIFA, the governing body of world soccer, was brought down by allegations of industrial-scale bribes, kickbacks, money laundering, racketeering and tax evasion. Its corruption extended from the decision to send the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar to cases of embezzlement worldwide. The author even interviews its bent former president Sepp Blatter.
Posted by Portside on September 13, 2017
Harvard Magazine
A Harvard professor and political theorist tells the story of how the war on drugs and the prison industrial complex have impacted her family.

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