The corrosive effects on American society of Trump's brand of neoliberalism and neofascism are more obvious every day. Any viable resistance must reclaim the social as part of its strategy.
The president's personal attorney's decision to come clean about him, and thus end any possibility of a presidential pardon, may be the result of a legal strategy, or it could just point to the sudden acquisition of a conscience.
Thousands of people wanting to send a message that racism is unwelcome in the United States gather in a park outside the White House to protest a white nationalist rally that drew only about 20 participants.
On the eve of the first anniversary of the deadly violence in Virginia, and a day before a new white nationalist rally in Washington, D.C., Truthdig is reposting Michael Nigro's acclaimed photo essay of the 2017 demonstration. He was the first person struck by an automobile driven into the crowd there.
It's a clash of ideas and values that might be characterized as Charlottesville versus the neo-Confederacy.
It’s not just the “bad dudes” and others the president has maligned—Trump’s administration does not welcome vast numbers of those looking to gain entry to the U.S. for a particular reason.
The Democratic Party claims to support the interests and campaigns of black and brown, but if it doesn’t make good on that story, it’s no better than the opposition.
The CEO of Northrop Grumman told employees he was saddened by a report by ProPublica and Frontline concerning Michael Miselis, an aerospace engineer who took part in violence at a Charlottesville, Va., rally last year.
The president’s statements in a commencement speech perpetuate a cruel, white supremacist version of what happened after Europeans set foot on North America.