Mia Brett, PhD, is the Editorial Board's legal historian. She lives with her gorgeous dog, Tchotchke. You can find her @queenmab87.
Edward Blum’s corrupt faith in “colorblindness.”
A case with lasting implications for tribal authority.
We aren’t just fighting the historical legacy of slavery, but also the current political system that was always meant to uphold it.
No, Twitter did not infringe on Marjorie Taylor Greene’s liberty.
Who’s in, who’s out – and are they the right kind of American?
They actually serve Christian hegemony in America.
Abortion, birth control, Internet usage, same-sex marriage, sexual privacy and even healthcare privacy are on the line.
They are not respecting “life.” They are fearing “race suicide.”
American history has plenty examples of whole classes of people that were explicitly excluded from claiming self-defense in court.
By using the Ku Klux Klan Act, or the Enforcement Act of 1871, the suit links the alt-right to a century and a half of white violence.