Amir Hussain highlights signs of unity within a diverse faith group.
Category: Race Relations
LEE CAMP: Four Giant Reasons to Remove the Statues, From a Robert E. Lee Descendant
We should relocate our racist statues to museums where we can remember our racist history in the appropriate context.
From Grandfather to Grandson: Lessons of the Tulsa Race Massacre
There are interventions we can take, locally and nationally, that recognize centuries of financial and social constraint, writes Gregory B. Fairchild.
UPRISING: The Democratic Party Exists To Co-Opt & Kill Authentic Change
The actors remain motionless, and Godot never comes, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
UPRISING: Black ‘Misleaders’ Seek to End Protest
Nationwide unrest has forced the black quisling class to reveal themselves as agents of the racial and economic status quo, writes Margaret Kimberley.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Trump & US ‘Insurrection’
Using federal troops to quell citizen unrest is nothing new in America, but Trump is on shaky ground.
LEE CAMP: Nineteen Facts About American Policing That Will Blow Your Mind
Just a few facts will change everything you think you know about American police, writes Lee Camp, with pictures by Eleanor Goldfield from the streets of downtown Washington.
UPRISING: Riot or Resistance: Media Framing Shapes Public View
The role journalists play can be indispensable if movements are to gain legitimacy and make progress, writes Danielle K. Kilgo.
25 YEARS OF CN: ‘A Distant Echo on Race and Police’—Aug. 24, 2017
This is the 8th story in our series looking back on a quarter century of reporting by Consortium News.
UPRISING: Trump Threatens to Grab Protestors By the Posse
UPDATE: Donald Trump has threatened to unleash “the unlimited power of our Military” to quell the Minnesota uprising, using the U.S. army to essentially “invade” a state without a governor’s consent, writes Joe Lauria.