Black people bring something irreducible to the study of ourselves that no university can teach.
When Eve Fairbanks wrote Well-Off Millennials Are All Julia Salazar. I Wish We Weren’t. for Buzzfeed, she was a graduate of Yale with a bachelor's degree in political philosophy. But, might she have been better off as a Mumbai street child? What heights might she have attained if she had grown up as an orphan who … Continue reading Rich millennials are suffering and poor people are to blame
A few weeks ago Shaun King published an article on Jacobin magazine's website entitled Why Bernie Sanders's history of racial justice activism matters.. Of course his racial justice activism “matters.” It mattered to Black students who wanted to inhabit the University of Chicago’s dormitory’s on a non-segregated basis. It mattered to Black Chicago Public Schools students … Continue reading Why Bernie Sanders’s civil rights activism doesn’t (really) matter
This, my people, is where we find ourselves this very moment. History has been mis-written in our minds to make it seem that full integration is the only road open to us, to make it seem like this is the only road we have taken; that this is the only road we know how to take.
Donald Trump is the distilled essence of your ideological heritage and the rest of us are curious as to why you think we're fool enough to believe these high sounding lies.
The reasoning which opposes the demolishers in this debate defies reason.
"And can the liberties of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only firm basis, a conviction in the minds of the people that these liberties are of the gift of God? That they are not to be violated but with his wrath? Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect … Continue reading Why America must accept that it is damned