Tag Archives: xenophobia

Henry A. Giroux | The Authoritarian Politics of Resentment in Trump’s America

The incivility machine Trump resurrected as tool of resistance against establishment politicians played a major role in gaining him the presidency.

David Remnick> An Existential Threat Within Israel Threatens Its Democracy

Threatened by David Remnick    March 12, 2012 Edition   The New Yorker Posted March 5, 2012 on WAMMToday Democracy is never fully achieved. At best, it’s an ambition, a state of becoming. In America, it took generations for blacks, women, and gays and lesbians to win the rights of citizenship—rights that, in many instances, […]

Israel and ‘Pinkwashing’

Israel and ‘Pinkwashing’ By SARAH SCHULMAN    Published: November 22, 2011    The New York Times “IN dreams begin responsibilities,” wrote Yeats in 1914. These words resonate with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people who have witnessed dramatic shifts in our relationship to power. After generations of sacrifice and organization, gay people in parts of […]