After the attack targeting an elementary school killing 19 children and 2 teachers, police tightened their chokehold on the community
Waiting for keys, unable to break down doors: Uvalde schools police chief defends delay in confronting gunman
Only a locked classroom door stood between Uvalde schools police Chief Pete Arredondo and a chance to bring down the gunman
While objectivity is a core value in journalism, when we witness injustice we have a moral obligation to call it what it is
How white supremacy impacted the response to a terrorist attack in Uvalde, Texas
In the wake of two terrorist attacks, Latinos have to change how we view and interact with white power structures
Day after a racist terrorist attack, society is ready to move on as Civil War trends on social media
An issue civil society doesn’t talk about enough, ethnonationalism is ripping the United States apart
What the manifestos left behind by mass shooters tell us and why you should be gravely concerned
A mass shooter opened fire in a New York City subway on April 12, 2022, and suddenly, once again, it feels like everybody wants more police.
Normalizing white nationalism and white supremacy are once again much more subtle than the Tucker Carlson’s of the world.