"Too many people jump in, think they change laws, think it’s over. It’s never over."
"What’s the opposite of hope? Apathy? Cynicism? Despair? I choose to lean in the direction of hope."
"I go into my driveway and shoot free throws. And then I get to work."
"I’m more concerned about the root causes of our political problems than I am about the virus. We will manage that."
"Face to Face: The Photographs of Camilla McGrath" is a gorgeous, jet-set testament to the delicious depth of the McGraths’ personal address book.
"I think of anger as the wick that I light on the candle that is called F*ck White Supremacy, Save Our People."
“Nothing will save you, not seclusion or food or sourdough starter.”
"The ignorance of people never shocks me and I never underestimate it."
"Our passports have turned from gold to garbage overnight."
Despite it all, the Irish author and essayist remains devoted to the United States.
The 22-year-old looks to cause a racket at this year's U.S. Open.
"We can’t depend on people to solve every problem through individual initiative. Change needs to be structural."
“We’re as smart as we need to be to fix this."
“I do believe that reparations are a necessary first step.”
"Nothing is impossible to change."
A fitting cultural scholar to lead us through these tragic times.
The radical social thinker whose critiques have transformed our notions of queer theory and representation has never shied away from necessary battles.