DAME sits down with U.S. historian Thomas Zimmer about the current state of American democracy—and where we can find hope.
Despite its big tent and diverse agendas, the Democratic Party coalesced to curb the GOP's red wave of insurrectionist, antisemitic bigots set on obstructionism and destroying the Constitution.
Patriotism has come to mean blind love of country, leaving little room for critique.
We are a nation comprising more than 330 million people who've proven that we're capable of doing great things. So why have we adapted a sense of untenable, rugged individualism?
How the Right co-opted America’s most sacred value.
The land of equal opportunity has always been an oligarchy built upon the desires of the privileged few.
School boards have become the arena for heated political debates, and the kids want a seat at the table.
Americans have a week to decide who will prevent another insurrection, pass national legislation on abortion, and protect our right to vote. Will we make the right, possibly final decision to protect our laws?
In just the month of June 2022 alone, far-right conservatives launched physical, legislative, and cultural attacks on American society in an attempt to forcefully remake it in the image of Christian nationalism.
Our trust in systems, government, and in one another is at an all-time low. Is there any hope for our shared sense of sacrifice?