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Turning a blind eye to the realities of racial injustice, the highly orchestrated right-wing attacks cast a body of scholarship about race in the law as a great threat to American society.
David Theo Goldberg
Segregation Is Still a Problem in the United States
Ryan D. Enos
Black movements have historically been at the forefront of progressive change. But with black civil society in retreat, how
can we rebuild black politics?
Michael C. Dawson
Most of the demographic change in America today comes not from waves of new immigration, but from the echoes of past migration.
I went back to Haiti on August 15, a year and a half after the earthquake. The place where I had lived on and off since the summer of 1970 was unrecognizable. But the politics were familiar.
As the United States has grown more diverse, it has moved from being “two societies, one black, one white,” in the words of the famous Kerner Commission, to two societies, white and nonwhite.
Supreme Court Precedent Sets Back Worker Rights
Jessica Garrick, Andrew Schrank
The article is edited from the transcript of a speech that Gov. Roemer gave at the Edmond J. Safra
Gov. Charles “Buddy” Roemer
At the offices of Kwani — a literary agitator without peer.
Hispanics are developing stronger attachments to the Democrats.
The Significance of Walmart v. Dukes
David Freeman Engstrom
Joshua Cohen, Glenn C. Loury
The man who imagines himself king of kings.
Robert P. Baird
Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox
Robin Dembroff, Dee Payton
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