A few reflections on “Prisoners of the American Dream” that are relevant to unions, social movements, and insurgent electoral campaigns.
On a recent re-watch of The Sopranos, I was struck by how a show with no main characters of color still manages to say a lot about how racism works in the US.
Reflections from the margins of what I’m reading, watching, and doing. Embryonic ideas, less formal observations on the world, on…
Disaster films since the 1990s fail to imagine a future in which ordinary people have a place, let alone one that they build. We need to envision a different horizon.
Framing issues of racial oppression and police violence as something to be fixed by examining our inner lives lets existing power structures remain intact and unchallenged.
In the era of COVID-19, nursing home residents and caregivers are paying an even greater price for the low wages and understaffing that plague the industry.
A teenage Douglass fought a notorious slavebreaker in 1833, and the courage he found is relevant to contemporary struggles for liberation.
Reflections on the upsurge of strikes and militancy by today’s social movements from a veteran of the 1999 WTO protests in Seattle.