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Stephanie Hsu is a veteran of stage and television, but “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is her first feature film, and she débuts with a bang: the actress plays both an angsty teen struggling with her immigrant mother, and an interdimensional supervillain bent on destruction. Hsu talks with the staff writer Jia Tolentino. Alexis Okeowo, who has covered conflict and human-rights issues around the world, talks with the producer Ngofeen Mputubwele about the crisis in Ukraine and the warm reception of refugees in European countries, and asks why wars in Africa and the Middle East don’t receive nearly as much attention. And our reporter visits the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, in Mississippi—the abortion provider at the heart of the Supreme Court case that may overturn Roe v. Wade.
The Last Abortion Clinic in Mississippi
The state’s one remaining abortion provider is at the center of a critical case before the Supreme Court. Our reporter visits the eye of the storm.
Stephanie Hsu on “Everything Everywhere All at Once”
The actress, who plays both an angsty teen and an interdimensional supervillain, talks with Jia Tolentino.
Ukraine, War Refugees, and the Problem of White Empathy
The producer Ngofeen Mputubwele talks with the staff writer Alexis Okeowo about why this refugee crisis seems both familiar and startlingly different from other conflicts.
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