For a nation that prides itself on its freedom of speech, we are banning books, firing intellectuals, censuring lawmakers, and terrorizing communities on both sides of the aisle for expressing opinions and disseminating facts that make some of us uncomfortable.
Reveling in our hard-won victories in the White House and Senate is complicated for those who truly “never forget” and can recognize the fungibility of American democracy.
The writer was terrified by her dark fantasies of fleeing from Nazis with her Jewish family. But what disturbed her even more was learning that she wasn’t alone in her paranoia.
Roy Moore's and Donald Trump's claims about "liberal media" conspiracies are the latest iteration of an age-old anti-Jewish dog whistle.
From their chants in Charlottesville to their words about Heather Heyer in the wake of her murder, white male supremacists have publicly revealed that they’re terrified they don’t measure up.
Yes, there actually is. Which is why we have to rally ourselves to pick up the phones and take to the streets.
The Trump administration hasn't brought anything new to the hate game. So why are we so shocked by everything they do?
Under Obama, people hoarded guns for fear he’d take them away. Since November 9, a new demographic is buying them—for protection against an administration that incites hate.
We may not be in power in the government. But that doesn't mean we're powerless.
With last week’s appointment announcements, Trump is following through on his platform of hate. And backtracking on his promise to help the middle- and working classes.