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Chris Lebron is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Johns Hopkins University and author of The Making Of Black Lives Matter: A Brief History of an Idea.
We should condemn the president-elect’s record on race, but that does not foreclose hope for his administration.
Kanye represents what happens when the liberties of artistic genius are confused for political insight.
What Afrofuturism can teach us about surviving Trump.
Black Panther, a movie unique for its black star power, depends on a shocking devaluation of black American men.
Five signs of a totalitarian regime.
Prosecutors are corrupting the intent of lynching laws.
The use of the language of trauma contains an element of strategy.
Black women go missing—from civil rights history and from our lives.
A Response to Randall Kennedy's Defense of Respectability Politics
Loury wants us to be reasonable when the situation is not.
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