Dispatches From the Culture Wars - December 4, 2018
- Where Does the Future of the American Left Lie?
- Can the Progressive Coalition Beat Trump?
- Fred Hampton’s Boyhood House Saved From Foreclosure — For Now
- Marc Lamont Hill: I’m Sorry My Word Choices Caused Harm
- America’s Postindustrial Futures
- I Know Why So Many White Christian Women Fervently Support Trump
By Rachel Gilmer
November 12, 2018
By Eliza Newlin Carney
November 1, 2018
The American Prospect
Too often, when talk turns to this “Rainbow Coalition,” a term first coined Chicago Black Panther leader Fred Hampton, progressive strategists wring their hands over the supposed pitfalls of “identity politics.” But condemning racism, anti-Semitism, voter suppression, and chauvinism is not “identity politics.” It’s standing up for core American values.
By Michael Romain
October 21, 2018
Village Free Press
By Marc Lamont Hill
December 1, 2018
Many have focused specifically on my final remark, which said that justice required a "free Palestine, from the river to the sea." Critics of this phrase have suggested that I was calling for violence against Jewish people. In all honesty, I was stunned, and saddened, that this was the response.
The current administration’s controversial “America First” trade policies have tapped into a pervasive feeling of abandonment across the postindustrial United States. But not all former factory workers are interested in reviving American industry.
By Cyndy Etler
November 27, 2018
The Independent (London)
For traditional Christian housewives, the fear might be basic: contradict your husband’s opinion and you’ll be out of food and shelter. But for much of Trump’s base, the fear is all gross ego.