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Danielle Wiener-Bronner


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Danielle:

Baltimore judge finds officer not guilty in murder of Freddie Gray

Officer Caesar R. Goodson Jr drive the police van carrying Freddie Gray when he apparently sustained a fatal injury to his spinal cord. → Read More

Donald Trump said to ‘ask the gays’ about him. The response was priceless.

Trump tried to portray himself as a friend of LGBTQ people. That didn't go well. → Read More

Here are tips from scientists on how to talk to your climate change-denying friends (and enemies)

You may have found yourself in the position of having to explain that climate change is a real thing. These scientists are here to help with that. → Read More

Here is the appalling letter Stanford rapist Brock Turner wrote to the judge to avoid harsher punishment

Last week, Brock Turner received a paltry six-month sentence for raping an incapacitated woman. → Read More

Why Eddie Huang now supports the ‘Panda Express Orange Chicken’ depiction of Asian Americans in ‘Fresh Off the Boat’

'Fresh off the Boat' has finally won Eddie Huang over. → Read More

This Reddit thread expertly explains why you don’t need racists to perpetuate racism

You may, like this frustrated Redditor, find yourself facing the unenviable task of trying to explain why racism is real to someone who just doesn’t get it. → Read More

In 66 tweets, this woman perfectly explains how white privilege works

White privilege can be a tricky concept to understand. If you've never experienced subtle racism firsthand, you might not be able to recognize how race factors into daily life. This 66-part tweetstorm can help clarify. → Read More

A brief guide to all of the civil rights pioneers that will soon be appearing on U.S. currency

Soujourner Truth, MLK, and others will appear on our money. → Read More

How one teen stopped a trash incinerator from polluting her neighborhood

When Destiny Watford learned a company called Energy Answers was going to build a trash incinerator in her hometown, she knew she had to act. → Read More

Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill

It's about time. → Read More

The New York City primary was so disastrous that it triggered an investigation​

Smh, NYC. → Read More

Multi-colored nooses in rainbow display found on Tennessee campus

On Monday, people walking near the fine arts building on Austin Peay State University's campus in Clarksville, Tennessee were greeted with a disturbing sight. → Read More

A terribly designed form led Emma Stone and thousands of Californians to register for a segregationist’s ultra-conservative party

Thousands of Californians who thought they were registering as Independent voters mistakenly registered with an ultraconservative group. Whoops. → Read More

‘Boaty McBoatface’ is the official winner of the popular vote to name a £200 million research vessel

Boaty McBoatface forever. → Read More

Feelin’ the churn: Our harrowing 5 hours waiting in line for a Bernie Sanders rally

Waiting in line is basically an extreme sport and that we are very bad at it. → Read More

Tennessee governor says Bible is too sacred to be the state's official book

Huh. → Read More

UC Davis paid at least $175,000 to improve online reputation after pepper-spraying students in 2011

In 2011, protesting students at the University of California, Davis, were pepper sprayed by campus police. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg and Stephen Hawking team up to send tiny probes to look for alien life

But don't get too excited yet. → Read More

Dashboard Confessional has stolen my heart in New Jersey, again, ten years later

Chris Carrabba and the other three members of Dashboard Confessional are performing their hit song “Vindicated,” when Carrabba calls time out. → Read More

Attorney: Unarmed black man shot by police only got $23m because of Black Lives Matter

Adams Lin's attorney said the jury's knowledge of deaths of Tamir Rice, Michael Brown and others were "frankly what makes this case and this award excessive." → Read More