The 1619 Project, launched by the New York Times, presents racism and racial conflict as the essential feature and driving force of American history.
The following is a lecture given by David North, national secretary of the Socialist Equality Party, at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor on 24 October 1996.
Recent US Supreme Court rulings in death penalty cases represent a vast, anti-democratic cultural, legal and political retrogression.
The American Revolution, the most progressive event in world history in its time, continues to inspire the struggle for equality.
The Stamp Act set into motion a series of events that led, in one decade, to the American Revolution.
New York Times journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, lead author of the Times ’s “1619 Project,” was paid $25,000 for an online Zoom lecture given to the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication.
The New York Times’ 1619 Project and the Racialist Falsification of History: A significant political and intellectual event
For its powerful explication of major themes related to the American Revolution, the Civil War and the emergence of the working class, this book will be of interest to all readers of American history, teachers, students and workers.
California Ethnic Studies Curriculum imposes “critical race theory,” excludes Martin Luther King Jr.
King’s call for integration of all the oppressed sections of the population is not welcome in California’s new identity-obsessed curriculum.
A careful review reveals that Horne’s The Counter-Revolution of 1776 is, in large measure, a work of fiction.