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The threat of fascism has grown before our eyes. Black Marxism helps us to fight it with greater clarity, with a more expansive conception of the task before us, and with ever more questions.
Robin D. G. Kelley
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
Hispanics are developing stronger attachments to the Democrats.
At the offices of Kwani — a literary agitator without peer.
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
Culture still doesn’t explain poverty
Marriage has not been one unchanging institution over time. Features that once seemed essential and indispensable proved otherwise.
Nancy F. Cott
Our penal system, with its black tinge, constitutes a profound racial injustice. But is it a new form of Jim Crow?
James Forman, Jr.
It's time to rethink the concept of the "inner city."
An eminent medical historian discusses two major, blatantly unethical studies the U.S. government conducted on syphilis patients in Guatemala and Alabama.
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David Theo Goldberg
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