This week we’re excited to share an episode of a new podcast called Sacred & Profane, hosted by two University of Virginia Religious Studies professors.
When writer and Invisibilia producer Lulu Miller discovered she’d be leaving Virginia, she wrote a startling love letter to the state–one that charges everyday people to stay angry about injustice.
The evolution of social change in America can be traced through popular songs by the likes of Nat King Cole, Percy Mayfield, Lena Horne, and the Impressions.
If you’re tired of thinking about your own health, maybe it’s time to turn to the kids.
Broken Ground, Episode 1: The Kingston, Tennessee coal ash spill of 2008 and and its devastating consequences for hundreds of workers who had to clean up the toxic ness.
A researcher finds that kids who interact in some way with the justice system–even if it’s just living near a justice facility–have worse health outcomes.
All across the country there’s an eviction crisis, and it’s disproportionately affecting minority communities.
When we were producing Episode Three of American Dissent, we wanted to highlight one of our “dissent heroes:” Harriet Tubman. We found Vilissa Thompson’s essay “The Harriet Tubman Casting Cripping Up …
On July 7th, 2018, a group of almost 100 Charlottesville residents set off to Montgomery. They carried with them a jar of soil, symbolizing the remains of a man named …
Content warning: this episode includes vivid descriptions of racial terror lynching, an auditory reenactment of racist assaults on protestors, and a description of police brutality against a black child. Please …