On the 1619 Project, and why essentializing history only serves power.
A supplemental to the CRT discussion. From Brookings, hardly a radical organization.
Triggered snowflake parents demand safe space upon discovering “facts don’t care about [their] feelings.” I could have sworn the confederacy worship was simply about “not erasing History.”
The thing about social media censorship is it almost always only goes one way.
Not sure how this squares with the GOP trying to rebrand itself as the party of the working man, but I’m sure someone here can enlighten us.
I’ve been following this poor guy’s case for a few years. He’s being railroaded by a private prosecutor and a hand-selected judge for the crime of winning a class action lawsuit against Chevron.
As usual, the Right is letting itself be duped into tilting at windmills.
Speaking of things we shouldn’t be funding…
Since “White Fragility” was specifically mentioned a few days ago, here is a good left critique of this particular cottage industry.