A race-related police incident from the 1980s, in an excerpt from a seminal study of white supremacy
Visiting the site of the American Golgotha reveals an ongoing catastrophe that seems unlikely to end anytime soon
How coverage of the Jewish state became a signifier of the ideological activism that now permeates Western culture
The fashionable radicalism now popular in progressive cities will ultimately fail and, in the process, hurt working people and minorities the most
Why social justice feels like self-help to privileged women
Halachic thoughts on the present unrest
Do I want to be policed not by the police, but by my neighbors?
But is the era of hope-and-change problem-solving and bridge-building liberalism he represents over?
And how to talk to them about anti-racist protesting
The real candidate running under the ‘Joe Biden’ label is his former boss, which is why none of Biden’s public stands and votes matters
The American Orientalist Class attempts to paint a fantasy Middle Eastern landscape on the American canvas
Dispatch from a post-curfew New York City protest, where the bicycle is decreed illegal, and misrule rules
Seeing African Americans, or Muslims, or Jews, as part of victimized minority collectives is a toxic formulation that ensures that we are never treated fairly as individuals—and denies us the ability to exercise real power
Without coalition building, organization, and participation from all walks of American life, neither Black Lives Matter nor any other protest group will produce the hoped-for change
A young overclass gets dressed up to join the burning
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