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5 Remarkable Women to Watch in 2018

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  • By Tia Lewis

March 8 is International Women’s Day, a holiday dedicated to the celebration of the achievements of women around the world. And boy, oh boy, are there a lot of women worth celebrating right now. From those taking political stands in a tumultuous time, to those pushing social change with their commitment to, well, being themselves, […]

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The Rise of the Evangelical Nationalist

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  • By Blake Crawford

“In America, we worship God, not government.” President Donald J. Trump declared these words in front of a raucous crowd at the “Celebrate Freedom” conference held in Washington, D.C., during last year’s independence weekend. This was not a simple invocation of God, as is so common in American politics, but rather a call to arms […]

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5 Experiential Art Exhibits to Ignite Your Imagination

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  • By Tia Lewis

When we think “art museum,” we often imagine silent paintings from long-gone eras, and smooth white sculptures of curly-haired Greeks, bestowed with the names of ancient gods that no one worships anymore. But in the age of experiential modern art, when the sudden spring of technology has allowed for the concept of “art” to expand […]

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Justice Isn’t Pleasant: When Harmony Undermines Progress

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  • By BRINK

A Conversation About #MeToo by Luc Goodhart   I was participating in a Facebook conversation last night with a male family member about the language of feminism, specifically in the context of the #MeToo movement. The gist of his post was something to the effect of, “If you as men are uncomfortable with the shifting […]

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The Crime of Color

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  • By Seanloui Dumas

Warning: This is 100% an opinion piece. With that I ask a simple question: Why does the world hate black people? I ask this not as an accusation, but as a legitimate question. Why does the world hate black people? I always found it weird growing up. Now, I should note that my experience with […]

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State of the BRINK

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  • By Joshua Belhumeur

To say we’ve had a good year is an understatement. We’ve made significant investments to our studios in DC and Tucson, added fresh talent to our team and did a record amount of business in 2017. But with all of our success has also come a heightened awareness of our responsibility as media makers. This […]

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The Demand for Humanity in the Technology Age

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  • By Tia Lewis

When I went to McDonald’s the other day, I saw a video on one of their menu screens declaring that their eggs were “hand cracked.” At first, it made me laugh. Who is so nervous about machines in food production that they feel reassured to see an establishment they’re eating at has humans cracking the […]

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BRINKVISION: 5 Best Horror Films for Halloween

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  • By Alex Kack

Pull out the candy bowl, turn off the lights, and get ready for All Hallow’s Eve with BRINKVISION’s Five Best Horror Films!   Lake Nowhere (2014) Running only 51 minutes, Lake Nowhere packs in the retro gore. Released in 2014—but shot to mimic the film quality and style of your favorite 80’s slasher flicks—it manages […]

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10 Unsung Hispanic Heroes That Changed History

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  • By Joel Foster

Sunday marks the end of Hispanic Heritage Month, a time when we reflect on the accomplishments and progress of Hispanic culture around the world. You might wonder why Hispanic Heritage Month runs from September 15 to October 15, rather than the beginning of the month. There’s actually an interesting reason behind the timing. September coincides […]

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5 Times Technology Changed Politics Completely

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  • By Alex Kack

As the age of technology progresses, so does the way we receive information about politics. Each President in history has used all media channels available to disseminate campaign material to the public, some better than others. Looking back on several elections, we can see the trends of how technology has influenced politics over time. William Henry […]

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