Lil Wayne’s prison memoir is one of the most boring ever written, which is why it’s a success.
Ableism, the English to prison pipeline, and the plight of deaf inmates.
Abolition presents itself as the most contemporary political endeavor and at the same time as the most venerable. Because the prison is everywhere, there is no way forward without its end.
Out of the textbooks and into the streets.
Kitabet: “Death assumes many different forms in the desert. Humane Borders counts the ways.” Welcome to the SXSW of Concrete It’s Raining Cats and Dogs…
Delayed reflections on Jim Jarmusch and Talal Asad
I do not take this lightly, and Sunday Reading's generic ‘statement’ of regret for this ‘controversy’ was not an apology. Sunday Reading lied, they printed the lie, and I am still waiting.
Three film critics take on the thriller.
Virtual Reality satisfies Western voyeurism without consequence. It will not blunt the global fervor to hinder the movement of bodies.
The New World is constantly creating new economies that are driven by Black demise; Black America has to adapt to the technological advances and grim visualizations that come with such updates.
A round-up of some of The New Inquiry's favorite articles on and against love
We made you a Valentine.
“The only one to fix the infrastructure of our country is me—roads, airports, bridges. I know how to build” —@RealDonaldTrump, May 2015
Some notes from the last 5000 years of the last two weeks
"There are icebergs ahead and we know it," Pence wrote on his odd blog in the '90s, after watching Titanic. We couldn't agree with him more.