Good essay by the historian Tiffany Florvil on discrimination against Black people in Europe. From Bristol, England to Copenhagen, Denmark and from Munich, Germany to Antwerp, Belgium, antiracism prot
At this time of fighting police violence and reckoning with our racist past, it’s worth noting that said past is not about the South, not exclusively nor primarily. It’s about every state
This is absolutely horrifying and also fits into 500 years of genocide against Native communities in the Americas. A prominent women’s hospital here has separated some Native American women from the
Mt. Rushmore is a racist abomination. The blasting of presidential faces into a South Dakota mountain was an openly racist act of the early twentieth century. This land had been stolen from the Lakota
The political scientist Jenn Jackson has an excellent piece in Teen Vogue on the centrality of white women to the maintenance of white supremacy, as true in 2020 as in 1860 or 1935. But women and whit
I don’t personally have a lot to offer on this subject that people far, far more qualified than I are already saying. But I can link to those qualified people. Here’s a few good essays. Fi
The historian Lawrence Glickman has a great essay that very strongly makes the case that white backlash is a defining feature of American history: There was, then, nothing particularly novel about the
France’s insistence on requiring masks while banning burqas mirrors the fetishization of bare faces among the anti-lockdown crowd.