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I Hope Everyone Is Prepared for Kyle Rittenhouse to Go Free
Even if Rittenhouse somehow draws an impartial jury, he already appears to have landed a very partial judge.
October 13, 2021
Democrats Are Ready to Abandon Black Voters, Again
The data scientist David Shor is urging Democrats to dump their racial justice message if they want to maintain any power. That’s a terrible idea.
September 30, 2021
Being “Pro NBA Player” Means Being Pro-Vaccine
For NBA players, like everyone else, getting vaccinated is about solidarity.
September 30, 2021
Can Policing Be Reformed?
Erwin Chemerinsky on police brutality, plus Eyal Press on dirty work.
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August 19, 2021
5 Years After Colin Kaepernick Refused to Stand, We Still Get the Story Wrong
More important than the man who took the knee is the movement he helped launch.
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August 10, 2021
Despite the Ban, Protest Emerges at the Olympics
The IOC’s efforts to quell visible dissent failed.
August 5, 2021
Richard Trumka, 1949–2021
The labor leader practiced “true solidarity”—from his days as an anti-apartheid activist to his bold embrace of immigrant rights and Black Lives Matter.
July 26, 2021
Why Are Public Defenders Backing a Major Assault on Gun Control?
In the name of Black gun owners, a coalition of progressive attorneys has thrown its weight behind an explosive attempt to eviscerate gun regulations.
July 19, 2021
Our ‘Racial Reckoning’ Is Turning Out to Be a White Lie
Black demands for full citizenship are being treated as entitlement and calls for racial accountability redefined as white persecution.
July 13, 2021
My Black Generation Is Fighting Like Hell to Stop the Whitelash
We are marching; we are writing; we are protesting—but the forces of white supremacy are still winning.