In this conversation we will explore the potential meanings of justice, specifically in instances of sexual violence. Who defines it, how is it achieved, and when do we know we’ve succeeded?
Bobbie Willis Soeby writes about raising her sons to not rape in the 2016 “Edge” issue.
Dan Falkner writes about searching for a solution at a training for teachers on responding to school shootings.
A student reckons with an inappropriate teacher’s power and her own powerlessness. An excerpt from Reema Zaman's memoir, I Am Yours.
Natchee Blu Barnd on how Native American names are used as symbols in white spaces
April Slabosheski on what Holocaust reparations can teach us about seemingly immeasurable debts
Kira Smith on the unspoken contracts between men and women