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Germany’s Bold Experiment
The more a country tries to define its identity solely through culture, the more it turns in on itself. “The question is not who we are, but who we can become,” the late British social theorist Stuart Hall said. Germany is poised uneasily in that polarity.
December 12, 2019
Abolish ICE: Beyond a Slogan
The movement to abolish ICE has been dismissed as little more than the left’s “new rallying cry,” but there are existing and emerging models for what it looks like to chip away at ICE and put something else in its place: a community-based alternative to a violent immigration system.
October 10, 2018
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