Identity

The Limits of Radical Protest

Those fighting for social change today would do well to heed Bayard Rustin’s advice about how to build sustainable and effective political movements.

Matt Johnson
Matt Johnson
12 min read

Against False Privilege

One of the biggest blunders of modern activism is the promotion of guilt and the demand for false privilege.

Niamh Jiménez
Niamh Jiménez
8 min read

Voters and Quotas: Crunch Time for Chile’s Millennial Revolutionaries

The proposal for a radical identitarian constitution has set off a popular counterrevolution in the run-up to a fateful referendum on September 4th.

Rasmus Sonderriis
Rasmus Sonderriis
17 min read

Progressivism, Sexuality, and Mental Illness

Is contemporary liberal-left culture producing greater mental distress?

Eric Kaufmann
Eric Kaufmann
12 min read

Diversity and Its Discontents

The public conversation about demographic change is hypocritical and destructive.

Bo Winegard
Bo Winegard
11 min read

What Is Black America?

Each year as America toggles from Black History Month to March Madness, I find myself thinking of the Nigerian student who walked into my college office some years ago at around this time. This brilliant young man and aspiring academic told me of his discomfort with Black History Month, and

Steve Salerno
Steve Salerno
10 min read

AWOL Black Fathers

When my mother called me in from play one afternoon to meet the man seated in our living room, her introduction was redundant—I immediately knew who he was. And, right off, I did not like him. His absence had been a painful matter in my life. The house that

John Washington
John Washington
13 min read

How Social Justice Killed Anti-Racism

One of the early signs of trouble for the British anti-racism movement was a tweet sent by Lee Jasper in April 2013 [https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/04/07/lee-jasper-race-relations_n_3032829.html] , in which he declared that black people are incapable of being racist, and offered to publicly

Jerry Barnett
Jerry Barnett
11 min read