The Burning House: How federal housing programs failed Black America Marcia Chatelain The Nation August 25, 2020
The Republicans least committed to democratic principles are those most worried about White America Philip Bump Washington Post September 2, 2020
The South’s fight for White Supremacy Jon Meacham New York Times August 23, 2020
How women & girls are forced to trade sex for water Sareen Malik and Benazir Omotto Inter Press Service August 21, 2020
Homeless at home: Inside Mexico’s neglected displacement crisis Ann Deslandes New Humanitarian August 25, 2020
The legal battle to hold the EU to account for Libya migrant abuses Eric Reidy New Humanitarian August 10, 2020
What happens to migrants forcibly returned to Libya? Mat Nashad New Humanitarian August 5, 2020
The killing last week of three young men after they were intercepted at sea by the EU-funded Libyan Coast Guard has thrown the spotlight on the fate of tens of thousands of migrants and asylum seekers returned to Libya to face detention, abuse and torture by traffickers, or worse.
White Too Long – The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity Reviewed by Jemar Tisby New York Times August 18, 2010
Cover of White Too Long Credit: Simon and Schuster
Bolivia under blockade as protesters choke access to cities María Silvia Trigo and Anatoly Kurmanaev New York Times August 7, 2020
Six million people have been marooned by 70 roadblocks set up to protest the government’s response to the coronavirus and the postponement of the country’s general election.
Why do economists have trouble understanding racialized inequalities? Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven and Surbhi Kesar Institute for New Economic Thinking August 3, 2020
Mainstream economics ignores historical and structural factors by design.
Economics is a disgrace Claudia Sahm Macromom July 29, 2020
Isabel Wilkerson’s ‘Caste’ Is an ‘instant American classic’ about our abiding sin Dwight Garner New York Times July 31, 2020
Cover of Caste: The Origin of Our Discontents Credit: Penguin Random House