In subtle, unpredictable ways, the French director is determined to move beyond received ideas of filmmaking.
Will the Roman Catholic Church ever ordain priests who are not men? Plenty of women feel that they have a priestly vocation, and many Catholics support them: according to a survey from the Pew Research Center, roughly six in ten Catholics in the United States say that the Church should allow women to become priests, and priests to marry.
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Two pioneering Black writers have not received the recognition they deserve for chronicling one of the country’s gravest crimes.
Zhou Xiaoxuan’s case against a well-known television personality is unfolding under a system that remains skeptical, even hostile, toward such allegations.