Category: Racism

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Chip Berlet: US History Groomed the Insidious Lure of Trump’s Bigoted Right-Wing Populism

Helping organizers and strategists to understanding the lure of right-wing populism and how it bends people toward bigotry

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Aviva Chomsky: The Battle for the Soul of American Higher Education

Student Protest, the Black Lives Matter Movement, and the Rise of the Corporate University

Rebecca Klein: Black And Latino Students Lose Out To White Peers. And It’s Getting Worse

Six decades after Brown v. Board of Education, a U.S. agency finds we still have a two-tiered education system

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Peter Bohmer: A Year Later: The Struggle for Justice Continues

A year ago, two young black men, Andre Thompson and Bryon Chaplin were shot by white police officer, Ryan Donald

Rupen Savoulian: Sadiq Khan becomes mayor of London, but Britain faces deep-seated problems

Khan has to make a serious choice – to govern for the ultra-wealthy one percent, or for the rest of us

Danica Jorden: Women and Children First: Homeland Security Targets “Family Units” for Deportation in May and June

The agency is sending ICE) agents out on a second wave of raids against immigrants, this time with the specific aim of apprehending and imprisoning Central American women and their children

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Robert Fisk: Europe’s Catholic leaders are undoing the good work of Pope Francis over the migrant crisis

Cardinal Dominik Jaruslav Duka, the Archbishop of Prague, demeans Muslims and claims the Pope’s efforts are ‘just a gesture’

Ebony Slaughter-Johnson: Mother’s Day is Another Day to Struggle for Justice When Your Child is Behind Bars

An emerging grassroots, family-based movement, sustained by the love of mothers across the nation, reminds us that mothers are leaders as well as nurturers, teachers as well as advocates

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Juan Cole: Sadiq Khan and Trump: Why KKK Donald’s values are Unacceptable

The charismatic young mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is calling out Donald Trump for his bigotry toward Muslims. He says he plans to visit the United States this fall before the presidential election, because in case Trump wins, he won’t be able to. He had told Time magazine earlier, “If Donald Trump becomes the president Read more…

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Roberto Savio: Islamophobia is a Political Tool

The rising tide of nationalism, populism and now Islamophobia, which has paralyzed the traditional political system, is not only the decline of democracy. It is also a path to insecurity

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