It is an irony almost beyond belief that white supremacists and left-wing intersectionalists now agree that key aspects of Western, or Anglophone, institutions are inherently ‘white.’
Across the country this spring, three-day training sessions will be taking place to help heal the condition of whiteness.
If Kavanaugh’s children are forced to wonder whether their father is a gang-raping sex predator based upon an uncorroborated allegation from 36 years ago, it’s of little consequence. History’s ledger would be one white male closer to being rectified.
Is American ‘white’ culture, one that ‘swallows up’ Asian identity? Progressives would like you to believe so, but it’s not the case.
In defending a new hire with a history of anti-white statements, The New York Times employs a clear double standard about denigrating racial rhetoric, and it is time for it to explain why.
The New York Times editorial board on Monday announced the hiring of Sarah Jeong, a left-wing writer with a long trail of racist tweets.
For fancy whites secure in their retirement assets and NPR tote bags, watching this family sink to new lows brings out their worst fears of losing the stability of wealth.
At Elizabethtown College, students are donning white puzzle piece pins as a means of (virtue) signaling penitence for our time’s original sin: whiteness.
‘ISIS is committing terror attacks on U.S. soil and the media is treating it as some referendum on the Second Amendment. That’s fake news.’
The one-time music network doubles down on the identity politics parade of horribles that helped create the division and discontent of the current American body politic.
Let’s hope 2017 isn’t so bad! Ah, well. At least we can hope until 2017 starts and dashes our hopes.
Jamelle Bouie is right about one thing: the racial social contract we’ve had is over. Whites aren’t content to let everyone but them get special treatment any more.
The lesson in Donald Trump’s failure and success is an old one: in politics, class does not come first in America. Race relations, particularly those defined long ago by race slavery, do.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s decision to force people into and out of neighborhoods based on race is cruel and unfair.
‘Making a Murderer’ indeed uncovers social prejudice, not of Avery’s neighbors against his poverty, but rather prejudice against rural communities and the white working class.
The Oscars have, for the second straight year, failed to nominate any actors of color. It’s not that they’re trying to be racist. It’s just that they can’t help it.
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