Hinojosa says parts of Biden’s agenda are promising, but lack urgency. “He’s got to be bold,” West says.
“It’s going to take the work of progressives, of social movements to really get it done,” said Waleed Shahid.
Trump’s most dangerous supporters now see themselves as renegades in a stolen country.
“We are not out of the woods, by far,” Noam Chomsky says. After Trump exits, “Trumpism will not be so easily contained.”
Rep. Rashida Tlaib discusses how the scandal has been linked to widespread lead poisoning and at least 12 deaths.
In an era of emboldened fascism, we must resist by centering radical love in our politics, says David Kyuman Kim.
It’s a mistake to view the Arab Spring as a historic event rather than the long-term revolutionary process it really is.
The rollout of COVID vaccines has been slow, with many describing a vexing amount of red tape between them and the shot.
The U.S. government “has completely spun out of control at the hands of Donald Trump,” says Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor.
One of the worst things the media could do right now is pour fabric softener over fascism.