Author: Erik Loomis

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There was no small bit of consternation among Democratic elites at Tuesday’s primaries, where several moderates lost primary races in purple districts to left-leaning candidates. But, you know, to become the Democratic nominee, Democrats have to actually want this person. And they often don’t. Is nominating progressives in purple districts a big problem for Democrats? […]
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Andre Perry with a great essay on how every single education reform ignores the critical issue–segregation. “In education, America does everything but equity.” With these words, Failing Brown v. Board, a new report from the civil rights group Journey for Justice Alliance, makes plain how the machine of educational reform, with all its innovations and […]
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On May 14, 2018
Here is a great history of Living Colour, one of the most underrated bands in history, particularly focusing on their debut album Vivid and it’s great single “Cult of Personality.” I personally think Stain is their best album, but all three of their initial studio albums are fantastic. This goes into the intense racism they […]
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