Offers a New Word for Injustice in America, Not a New Way of Thinking

“Caste is the infrastructure of our divisions,” Isabel Wilkerson writes in Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents. Caste is like the bones of an old house, “the studs and joists that we cannot see in the physical buildings we call home.” It is also like “our bones,” literal bones, the structural integrity of our innards […]

Micro review: ‘How to Be an Antiracist’ by Ibram X. Kendi

‘How to Be an Antiracist’ is an engaging read that illustrates the deep-rooted racism issue in America and what one should do about it. The book is more than a dry non-fiction, it draws on the author’s life to give examples of all he talks about in his book, making it like a memoir and […]

The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by the Air Line Pilots Association – Biden VP possible next week; Meadows says relief talks ‘miles apart’

➔ Supreme Court: Senate Republicans are divided over whether to fill a Supreme Court vacancy, should one arise anytime soon. While Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellGOP scrambles to fend off Kobach in Kansas primary Meadows: Election will be held on November third Don’t let Trump distract us from the real threat of […]

The Atlantic’s star pandemic reporter: We aren’t ready for another ‘generation-defining crisis’

I don’t think there’s anyone who I have quoted in more than three stories. Most people have been quoted in just one story. Several people I’ve talked to a few times over. I want to be very mindful about people’s time. Even in good times, it’s sometimes truly shocking to me how much time researchers […]