Even as young white men mow down Blacks and Latinos, Republicans continue to deny that they are inflaming racism or prodding lunatics to take matters into their own hands. They claim it is conservative white people who are under attack.
Social scientists believe that white Americans see their numbers and influence declining, and when that decrease is especially jarring — such as in certain school districts — they lose their “fundamental need to count, to be recognized and respected.”
Panamanian American author Cristina Henríquez’s novel tackles immigration issues that still have valence today, but complicates the stereotypical narrative of Mexican immigrants crossing into the U.S. illegally that often dominates Latinx immigration stories in popular media.
From the health factors that make us COVID fodder and eugenics laws that try to limit our numbers, to the calls for a wall to keep us out, it takes cojones to be a Latino.
Republicans aren’t really worried about critical race theory harming kids, as almost half are opposed to public schools teaching about racism at all.
Despite its great cast, ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ is yet another example of how Hollywood goes astray by appeasing the fans’ nostalgia.
“Forgive and forget” is great advice for one’s personal life, but for a country, it can be suicidal, writes Daniel Cubias
For many Republicans, politics trump conservative principles and objective facts.