Ever since the end of the Korean War, the US has tried its best to make Americans forget it. But for Koreans, the war never really ended. The new season of the podcast Blowback aims to excavate the realities of US brutality during and after the war.
James Greig is a writer with bylines in the Guardian, Vice, i-D, and Huck. He is based in London.
In the 1970s, pioneering gay activists in the US and Britain saw the fight against homophobia as part of a much broader struggle — one that linked Pride to the cause of liberating the world’s oppressed peoples.