All we won in last week is a chance to fight another day.
Rather than joining forces with this coalition, many immigrants see an alternative path to safety – becoming white.
You might want to check on them before they check on you.
If we want to convert the hope and goodwill we saw in Wilder Park into meaningful progress on civil rights, we need to understand why Elmhurst is white.
White people have to join this fight, and more than ever before are willing. But many aren’t sure how.
What is it about racism that makes otherwise bright people function as though they were idiots, wreaking havoc on the world around them from a place of perceived innocence?
This battle in Maryland to move past virtue-signaling toward tangible progress is a crucial test of sincerity and will.
Part of the problem is our ignorance. Almost everything Americans know about the Nazis is based on events in 1945, not 1933. We don’t understand where Hitler, the Nazis, and their concentration camps come from, so we can’t see parallels playing out right before our eyes.
Everything you need to know about our present political crisis is in that paragraph.
Trading their hoods for bright red hats, Trump voters are fighting to bring racism back into the daylight. They don’t realize how much power they have already lost, or the scale of the backlash they have triggered.