The amplification of dangerous and persistent anti-Asian racism is a central part of our failed response to COVID-19.
We often trip over historical analogies when trying to interpret the present. But the French writer offered a different way of thinking about time.
“We Charge Genocide”: A Historic Indictment of Anti-Black Violence in the U.S. Is as Relevant as Ever Today
Nearly 70 years ago, civil rights activists asked: why shouldn’t the perpetual destruction of black lives in America be considered genocide?
The ICC's Authorization to Investigate Crimes in Afghanistan Is a Step Forward for International Justice
On March 5th, 2020, the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) authorized Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda to investigate into alleged crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in Afghanistan.
The University of California Does Not Exist: Conflict, Cancellation, and New Horizons for (Collective) Digital Workplace Disruption
A wave of wildcat strikes continues to spread across University of California campuses. They began when graduate student-workers […]
Our first book tells the story of America’s multiethnic suburbia, and reimagines public history through the vivid lives of anarchists, farmworkers, punks, writers and more in the San Gabriel Valley.
We all know the year sucked, but there was some amazing stuff to read, hear, and watch. Our picks.
The state of Georgia really, really, really doesn’t want Aimée to vote.