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.
abolition of slavery
McKibben has spent four decades as an author and activist to save the world from climate catastrophe. He represents the same key archetype as Garrison, the abolitionist who fought to end the greatest evil of his day, slavery.
Was the United States founded as a racist nation, as the New York Times “1619 Project” contends? Or was America actually the world’s first explicitly anti-racist country?
George Washington has been under attack on social media and late night comedy. A new book tells the truth about how the founding father related to his enslaved people.
Today’s movement to abolish fossil fuels can learn from two different paths that the British and American governments took to abolish slavery in the 19th century.
Naomi Klein is right: The climate crisis is such a clear and present danger to the future of human civilization, that the fight for climate solutions should be the top priority of every activist movement for any worthy cause today. Of course, writing in her 2015 book This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate, Klein […]