Hannah Giorgis

Hannah Giorgis is a staff writer at The Atlantic, where she covers culture. [The Wriit-created profile was established to offer the proper attribution & credit for the featured Writer. The profile was created by Wriit and does not reflect the Writer’s association with the publication, and may be updated (claimed) by the Writer upon request.]

6 stories by Hannah Giorgis

The Messy Politics of Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It | The Atlantic

The second season of the Do the Right Thing director’s Netflix adaptation dials back the romantic drama, but leans into tonally...

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When They See Us and the Persistent Logic of ‘No Humans Involved’ | The Atlantic

Ava DuVernay’s miniseries about the so-called Central Park Five illustrates, with excruciating clarity, the consequences of dehumanizing language. The...

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The Photographer Who Captured 20th-Century Queer Life | The Atlantic

Joan E. Biren’s images from the ’70s and ’80s—which appear in the new exhibit “Art After Stonewall”—reflect an effort...

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Ayesha Curry’s Comfort Television | The Atlantic

On Family Food Fight, a new show hosted and executive-produced by the restaurateur Ayesha Curry, cooking is competitive, but it’s...

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How American Women Are Amplifying Their Political Power | The Atlantic

“I am not interested in building the capacity of people who are in office that want to take away...

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