Civil War

Yeah, no, Reconstruction laws were actually race conscious

By Mia Brett / November 4, 2022 /

Critics of affirmative action want you to believe that laws meant to protect Black people weren’t meant to protect Black people.

Read More

Why the Republicans don’t bother running on anything

By John Stoehr / October 5, 2022 /

Problems, for the Republicans, don’t need policy solutions. What are they going to stand for when the problem is multiracial democracy?

Read More

‘Voting is not limited to or guaranteed to citizens’

By John Stoehr / January 24, 2022 /

The difference between citizens and non-citizens isn’t what you think.

Read More

You’d think debate over public education would be neutral and supported by all. But that’s never been how it works in America

By Mia Brett / December 27, 2021 /

Who’s in, who’s out – and are they the right kind of American?

Read More

What is gerrymandering and why does a democracy allow it to be used to protect white power?

By Mia Brett / October 21, 2021 /

A legal history of congressional district map-making.

Read More