U.S. political prisoner Mutulu Shakur has six months to live. Will courts finally grant compassionate release? / by People’s Dispatch

Activists rally outside of the Department of Justice in Washington, DC, to demand compassionate release for Mutulu Shakur (Photo via @KaranjaKeita on Twitter) Originally published in Peoples Dispatch on July 27, 2022 In May, doctors with the United States Federal Bureau of Prisons gave political prisoner Mutulu Shakur six months to live, according to hisContinue reading “U.S. political prisoner Mutulu Shakur has six months to live. Will courts finally grant compassionate release? / by People’s Dispatch”

The Long Shadow of Racial Fascism / by Alberto Toscano

October 28, 2020 In the wake of the 2016 election, public intellectuals latched onto the new administration’s organic and ideological links with the alt- and far right. But a mass civic insurgency against racial terror—and the federal government’s authoritarian response—has pushed hitherto cloistered academic debates about fascism into the mainstream, with Peter E. Gordon, Samuel Moyn, and Sarah Churchwell takingContinue reading “The Long Shadow of Racial Fascism / by Alberto Toscano”