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How the South Rose Again

The Millennials’ New World War

3. How the South Rose Again

Events are spinning out quickly as we move through the Fourth Turning. In the last chapter I debunked Steve Bannon’s theory that the catalyst of the era was the mortgage meltdown of 2008, then critiqued his warmongering vision for American global hegemony, and finally asserted that his raison la guerre was to become president himself. 1,499 more words

MetaPolitics

Jim Crow Laws During the Great Depression. Journal Entry #3

The Great Depression was a terrible time in the history of the United States. It was time of economical despair. The Jim Crow laws was the worst civil rights violation that did not truly involve slavery. 369 more words

English

Secluded: The Prison Industrial Complex - 13th documentary -

– Prison Industrial Complex – 13th – Netflix original documentary review –

Our monthly review ‘Secluded’ will discuss a documentary that falls under our (Solutionism) remit in relation to politics, economics or social issues. 1,490 more words

Social Issues

Baritone Singer Paul Robeson and the Segregation Policies of the Asheville Auditorium

Henry A. Wallace served as vice president of the U.S. under Franklin D. Roosevelt from 1941-1945. He made his final public action in a failed bid for the presidency of the U.S. 1,448 more words

Local History

A Photo a Day: Stitching together a history

The Harrington Gallery in Pleasanton, CA, brings in some amazing exhibits and the one I visited last night might be my favorite.  Unfortunately, the exhibit closed last night; nothing like waiting until the 11th hour to see something that should not have been missed.  362 more words