We’ve traveled the road from pounding a not-so-veiled supremacist campaign message to drafting and enacting supremacist policy in only eight months. Continue reading
We’ve seen Donald Trump many times in history. And yet we’ve never seen anything like Donald Trump. Continue reading
Up to the present day, Sen. Sessions’s record reveals his consistent support for ideological extremism, racist and classist policies, and the writing of discrimination into law.
For the millions of people around the globe committed to opposing Trump’s dangerous and divisive agenda, their work, too, has just begun. Continue reading
“I have heard more stories in the past 48 hours of Americans living in fear of their own government and their fellow Americans than I can remember hearing in five decades in politics.” Continue reading
There was no evidence to support the idea that Trump voters were economically stressed. He won because he expressed unfiltered disdain toward racial and religious minorities in the country.
An armed group occupied a federal building. Yet a jury found them not guilty. It is impossible to ignore race here. What if it had been a group of armed black men? Would they even come out alive? Continue reading
The pope said four things here that will be unwelcome to the right wing politicians in Europe and North America…No more succinct and sensible statement of the case could possibly be made, and you marvel at the combination of intellect and deep ethical insight of this man. Continue reading
North Carolina admitted that it eliminated voting on a Sunday before the election because “counties with Sunday voting in 2014 were disproportionately black” and “disproportionately Democratic.” Continue reading
Several cities, like Ferguson, MO, have debtors’ prisons that keep working-class people of color in a perpetual cycle of debt to finance their courts. California cities are no exception. Continue reading