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Thomas Chatterton Williams, along with more than 150 journalists, authors and writers, published a letter decrying the "intolerant climate that has set in on all sides" of debate in Harper's Magazine. Thomas Chatterton Williams hide caption

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Thomas Chatterton Williams On Debate, Criticism And The Letter In 'Harper's Magazine'

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'Utopia Avenue,' The Greatest Sixties Band That Never Was

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Not My Job: Jameela Jamil Of 'The Good Place' Gets Quizzed On 'The Wood Place'

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Bob the Drag Queen

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Actor André Holland Explores: 'Where I Fit, How I Fit, If I Fit'

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An employee sews a miniature dress in Dior's sewing workshop in Paris on July 4. This year Dior created a miniature collection for its haute couture show and presented it as a film. Francois Guillot/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Dawn Wacek: How Can Libraries Be A Path Toward Inclusivity And Forgiveness?

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Summer Poll judge Andrea Davis Pinkney says the first book she remembers her parents reading out loud was Ezra Jack Keats' classic The Snowy Day. Christine Simmons/Scholastic hide caption

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