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The Conversation

The big grocery store chains are raking in the profits, but food insecurity shows no signs of abating.
They are more of a policy performance measure than a true indicator of water security and well-being.
Americans' perception of government has suffered as its role shifted from caring about people to promoting dog-eat-dog capitalism.
Universities need to acknowledge the important role socializing plays in student mental health.
Demands for its collection ignore the high risks that algorithmic racism will pose for minoritized communities.
Moms' participation in the workforce is falling sharply, but the same isn't happening with dads.
That means we have to be willing to be made uncomfortable, and to make others uncomfortable.
Some people (albeit a small minority) just want to complain. They don't want the answer, they don't want things fixed, they don't want an end result. The catharsis and power of complaint is end result enough for them.