The hype around “web3” has led to a revisionist history of what “web2” was and in this rewriting of history, web3 tells a convenient myth about decentralization. Here’s why it matters. ...
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A study of the daily lives of violent far-right actors using court records to peer inside their living spaces.
A people’s history of the removal of statues honoring racists, slave owners, and colonizers, largely during the Uprising in the Summer of 2020 following the murder of George Floyd.
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