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Today 1:54 pm
Not Everyone in North Carolina Wants to Keep Refugees Out
In spite of what North Carolina’s governor has said, many in the state welcome religious and ethnic diversity—but their voices have been drowned out in the wake of the Paris attacks.
Today 1:06 pm
What Happened to the White Working Class?
Downward mobility plus racial resentment is a potent combination with disastrous consequences.
Today 12:04 pm
The Power of Moral Mondays
Reverend Barber’s multi-racial movement for justice.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
Today 10:55 am
Woodrow Wilson, Princeton, and the Complex Landscape of Race
The debates over Wilson’s legacy ought to push us to initiate even broader conversations about the presence and power of the past in daily life.
Martha A. Sandweiss
Today 10:52 am
This Is Bernie Sanders’s Immigration Plan
If O’Malley had set the bar to meet, Sanders has reached it. But does it matter politically?
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Today 10:00 am
In South Korea, a Dictator’s Daughter Cracks Down on Labor
The government has banned a massive rally scheduled for this weekend, but activists are vowing to defy the order.
Today 8:00 am
Rosa Parks Wasn’t Meek, Passive, or Naive—and 7 Other Things You Probably Didn’t Learn in School
Much of what students are taught, and much of what most Americans think they know, about Parks’s activism is wrong.
Today 6:00 am
December 1, 1955: Rosa Parks Is Arrested
“This dramatic display of unity may well inspire the Negro residents of other Southern cities to similar action.”
Today 6:00 am
Why Doesn’t This Big Mac Container Have a Picture of Baby Jesus?
It’s just another example of anti-Christian bias in America!
Today 4:59 am
Ralph Nader on 2016, Wall Street, and Our Broken Political System
The consumer advocate, civil libertarian, and former presidential candidate talks to