Sabrina Tavernise and Richard A. Oppel Jr.
The New York Times
As bigots blame them for the coronavirus and President Trump labels it the "Chinese virus," many Chinese-Americans say they are terrified of what could come next. For American-born Asians, there is a sudden sense of being watched that is unsettling
‘This Is About Making a Very Large Number of Indians Second-Class Citizens’ CounterSpin interview with Vijay Prashad about Indian demonstrations. This Citizenship Amendment Act is essentially the last straw, particularly for young people
Protests against the Citizenship Act are now ongoing in every part of India, with a cross-section of society outraged by the religious implications of this law. There are 200 million Muslim citizens of India — almost 15 percent of the population.
Two new books on the fascist leader walk different paths; one identifying Hitler as key to virtually every juncture of the party’s rise and fall while the other looks more toward his racial worldview as profoundly preoccupied with ‘Anglo-America.
The grassroots movement behind the Green New Deal offers a ray of hope to the badly battered establishment: they should embrace it - make it part of the progressive agenda. We need something positive to save us from ugly wave of populism, nativism...
December 10 was International Human Rights Day, making the book under review a timely, sobering take on the uphill struggle for human rights at home and abroad in the face of rising nativism, racism, xenophobia - paeans to alleged traditional values.
Donald Trump proclaimed "I Am A Nationalist." Last week Trump supporters attacked anti-racist protesters on the streets of New York. Yesterday's bombs were placed at the homes of former Presidents, African American and Jewish public figures.