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I’ve never seen “The Terminator.” This is unbelievable in my partner’s opinion — he wonders if we even grew up in the same country (we did). This got me thinking: What are things or moments that shape how we feel about the world? What experiences will the pandemic leave us with that we’ll carry even after we return to “normal”?

For this 24-year-old, fighting for Palestinian rights is ‘the most core part of my identity’

Lea Kayali is one of many Palestinian women continuing a long-held tradition of fighting for liberation

Editor’s Note on gender and identity coverage

We are excited to announce a new gender and identity page on washingtonpost.com

What does it mean to come together as Asian American women? This group has been seeking an answer.

The Cosmos was formed in 2017, and its future hangs in the balance