Welcome back! This week we feature two new installments each in our Wonderful/Wretched series on racial dynamics in the Twin Cities and in the podcast series, Give Theory A Chance. We also bring you pieces examining how men’s share of housework and childcare has changed since the pandemic and how English soccer teams have gotten involved in Black activism.
“Wonderful/Wretched Memories of Racial Dynamics in the Twin Cities, Minnesota” by Walter R. Jacobs. In this series, social scientists with ties to the Twin Cities share their stories and reflections about experiencing race in the “Land of 10,000 Lakes.”
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- Engaging Sports examines English soccer’s support for the Black Lives Matter movement and the fight against global racial injustice.
- In its latest podcasts, Give Theory a Chance interviews Saida Grundy about the influence of W.E.B. DuBois on sociology and her work and Shamus Khan on teaching the canon.