What Airports Can Tell Us About Histories of Regional Development
by Eric Porter
From the perspective of travelers, airports appear as generic "non-places." But for people who aren't just passing through—entrepreneurs, activists, and especially workers—their particularity makes them sites of struggle that shape the life of a region. Historians have much to learn from them, too.
America's Only LGBTQ Historic District Is Falling Apart
"Because of centuries of general anti-gay sentiment and laws punishing queerness, little queer history has been preserved, and much of it has been erased."
Where Kamala Harris’ Political Imagination Was Formed
by Tessa Rissacher and Scott Saul
A Black cultural center in Berkeley introduced Kamala Harris to activism and the connections between culture and politics.
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