When it comes to the God who hates poor people, immigrants, and gay people, Rev. William J. Barber says he’s an atheist too.
A slim, easy-reading guide full of fun short lists and snark that packs a punch meant to shatter your ideas of what it means to help the environment.
A classic that’s more relevant today than ever. By busting the myth of the failure of post-Civil War Reconstruction, DuBois gives us a history of the amazing time when America first tried to create a truly multiracial democracy.
Heather Cox Richardson, a historian of 19th-century America with a popular daily politics blog, argues that today’s conservatives owe a large debt to yesterday’s Confederates.
Jane Kleeb thinks that Democrats shouldn’t reject rural white voters as racists and dupes because they voted for Trump. Give them a choice beyond the lesser of two evils, and those voters will be open to a pro-rural left.
America has a race problem, and it’s as bad as it ever was. But talking about racism and hatred won’t help. We need to go deeper, writes Isabel Wilkerson.