The president’s statements in a commencement speech perpetuate a cruel, white supremacist version of what happened after Europeans set foot on North America.
For slaves and Native Americans, the Revolution wasn’t “radical”: It was one more colossal effort to enforce Western conservative values and preserve the privileges of whites and the rich.
We must never forget. The road to Auschwitz was paved with the blood of Native Americans.
In a Bangladesh meeting, Francis asks for forgiveness from a people being persecuted in Myanmar. In doing so he speaks the group's name, which he had been advised to avoid.
The president's threat to destroy North Korea violates Article 2 of the United Nations Charter.
The courage of the country's people is a universal lesson of perseverance in the face of overwhelming adversity.
Only concerted action on multiple fronts can prevent the human disasters now unfolding in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen from becoming the global norm.
Josh Scheer sits down with author Benjamin Madley to reflect on America's violent history of Native American genocide.