DAME sits down with U.S. historian Thomas Zimmer about the current state of American democracy—and where we can find hope.
While every industry is rushing to make a “solidarity” statement to acknowledge institutionalized racism, what kind of change will it take to ensure the value of Black lives forever?
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we live, upended economic systems, and obliterated entire industries. Five historians reflect on what this all will mean once it’s documented in the history books.
Many are comparing our current outbreak to the Spanish Flu. But the Dust Bowl may be a more accurate predictor of what’s to come.
The U.S. has always depended on immigrant labor to remain competitive in science, technology, agriculture, and manufacturing. Trump closing the borders would be disastrous.
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The writer moved to the U.S. over 50 years ago, never expecting the two nations to reestablish ties. Nor how she, and other émigrés, might feel about it.
What we’ll be listening to, watching, and reading to sate our pop culture needs.