Our beginnings in Trump point to the need for an increasingly engaged scholarly community.
Beaumont Kin is a good example of how those within the profession should embrace the activist historian mantle in our own time and in our own, very real world.
Western wealth was taken, not by innovation and ingenuity, as we have long told ourselves, but by “murder, mutilation, and downright robbery.”
We need a Joker who rejects the crumbling capitalist order, not one who reinforces it.
Ibram X. Kendi’s much-anticipated second book, How to Be An Antiracist, hit shelves across the world last month.