Liberate the Other Half: Empowering the “Back Row” of America The Center - “Rather than cracking down on higher-income Americans, it is past time to liberate the other half.” Ben Wilterdink 6/23/2020
Against the Concept Creep Of “Racism” The Center - “This is why I was dismayed by a recent essay published at Arc Digital (on June 9th) by Akiva M. Cohen, entitled ‘Systemic Racism Is Real. We Need To Fight It, Not Deny It.'” Samuel Kronen 6/18/2020
Columbus Belongs Not Only to History The Center - “And one example of this—among others—is how prominently he features in a particular tradition of philosophy: that of philosophical pessimism.” Erich J. Prince 6/17/2020
No, Antifa Is Not Synonymous with “Anti-fascism” The Center - “So, in the same way that a country with the word ‘democratic’ in its name tends to be anything but, Antifa appears overwhelmingly to be anti-fascist in name only.” Gerfried Ambrosch 6/17/2020
The False Dichotomy in Kimberlé Crenshaw’s Intersectionality The Center - “Why is this important? Because grammar shows that Crenshaw’s distinction between identity politics and liberal universalism is artificial.” Jonathan Church 6/16/2020
Interview: Curt Jaimungal, Director of “Better Left Unsaid” The Center - “They reject ideas of the extreme, so that’s why there needs to be a delineation between what’s extreme and what’s not extreme.” Kevin Turner 6/16/2020
In Place of Columbus’ Statue, Build One for Francisco de Vitoria The Center - “Perhaps the strongest argument considered by Vitoria relied on what today we might call “humanitarian intervention.” Gabriel Andrade 6/15/2020
The Fuzzy Logic Behind the Movement The Center - “But this discrepancy makes perfect sense if we consider the tone of racial discourse in the United States for half a second.” Samuel Kronen 6/15/2020
When Josh Hawley Overplays His Hand The Center - “But that is no reason to allow Senator Hawley to misrepresent history in the service of a political narrative that will cause even greater damage to an international system that is already under immense strain.” Matt Johnson 6/13/2020
Navigating Whiteness: Between White-Shaming and White Indigenous Rights The Center - “White-shaming is a political tactic aimed at invalidating the opinions and experiences of people of European descent. Premised on a belief in collective guilt, it judges white folks not by the content of their character but by the color of their skin.” Gerfried Ambrosch 6/10/2020