Elias Khoury, University of Michigan
The left-wing populist uses blistering words to speak out against a rigged economic system, as well as those who don’t fight hard enough against it.
Although the 2020 Republican National Convention (RNC) came under unprecedented circumstances, the messaging was consistent: They don’t like Democrats.
The campaign has adopted many of the strategies employed in 2016, even though Democrats lost. If they want a win, they need to make changes.
The conservative pundit and attorney is living proof that racism can hide behind academia, and that no one’s claims should go uninvestigated.
TikTok has been downloaded across the world over 2 billion times, but the app still isn’t as important to our daily lives as the hype would have us believe.
Although it may extract some concessions for the youth, the agenda may compromise more than it ought to.
With the rise of youth involvement in protests, many are curious if the increase in political activity will be seen at the ballot box.
Public monuments to slave owners and racist leaders are nothing new, but their removal should force us to reconsider what we commemorate, especially at our schools.
In excising valuable allies, online progressives may be building walls instead of building winning movements.
Though Robin DiAngelo’s book clearly comes from a well-meaning place, does the book undermine the possibility for working-class solidarity across races?
Despite his smaller following than many, the progressive talk show host has repeatedly proven his skill in the YouTube debate arena.
You can actually make real change, and you don’t necessarily need a ton of resources to get elected.
The progressive political group has found the secret to getting results from powerful people. It isn’t always comfortable, but we’re here for the results.
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