November 2016


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$1,000 fine for taking supplies to Dakota pipeline protesters (Video, Doug Criss, CNN)

The alt-right has been legitimised by Trump - but it's still a minority (Video, Jimmy Leach, International Business Times, UK)

The alt-right's Jewish Godfather (Jacob Siegel, Tablet)

"Alt-right": why the Guardian decided not to ban use of the term (The Guardian)

America's poor still lack access to basic banking services (Gillian B. White, The Atlantic)

America: This is your future (Dana Goldstein, Politico)

Attorneys for Michael Slager examine the moments before Walter Scott's shooting (Dustin Waters, Charleston City Paper, South Carolina)

Bernie Sanders: Where do we go from here (Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone)

Black Americans choose life for Dylann Roof: Ellis Cose (Ellis Cose, USA Today)

Breitbart News sees advertisers exit, calls Kellogg's decision "un-American" (David Ng, Los Angeles Times)

Can Congress force an end to "sanctuary city" policies? (Alexandra Desanctis, National Review)

Can television be fair to Muslims? (Melena Ryzik, The New York Times)

The case for normalizing Trump (Matthew Yglesias, Vox)

Charlotte officer "acted lawfully" in fatal shooting of Keith Scott (Richard Fausset, Alan Blinder, The New York Times)

Charlotte police officer who fatally shot Keith Scott ‘acted lawfully,’ won’t be charged (Mark Berman, The Washington Post)

Chicago cop sued for fatally shooting black teenager (Amber Randall, The Daily Caller)

The child of Somali immigrants who makes Ohio State, and the USA, proud (Michael Daly, The Daily Beast)

Controversial "alt-right" speaker coming to OU (Conor Morris, The Athens News, Ohio)

The Dakota Pipeline protests, explained (Josh Siegel, The Daily Signal)

Donald Trump has every reason to keep white people thinking about race (Dylan Matthews, Vox)

Donald Trump is building the most right-wing administration in American history (Damon Linker, The Week)

Don't just fear the "alt-right". Stop it. (Jane Eisner, Forward)

Dylann Roof's "show trial" exhibits Justice Department at its worse (Stephen Cooper, The Hill)

Exclusive - Islamic State loyalists after Ohio State rampage: "We ask Allah to shake up America with new attacks" (Aaron Klein, Ali Waked, Breitbart)

The far right has a new digital safe space (Amanda Hess, The New York Times)

Federal court orders North Carolina special elections after finding "racial gerrymander" of state legislative districts unconstitutional (Sophia Tesfaye, Salon)

Ferenstein: My search for data on Trump supporters and racism (Greg Ferenstein, Breitbart)

The fiancée of Donald Trump's pick for treasury secretary wrote an offensive book about her trip to Africa (Claire Landsbaum, New York Magazine)

Finding empathy in the face of hate (Gabrielle Bellot, Literary Hub)

For "alt-right", read "white supremacy" (Hilary Aked, The New Arab, UK)

Frightened by Donald Trump? You don't know the half of it (George Monbiot, The Guardian)

From "alt-right" to "pro-life", words defining policy have a big impact (Podcast, Rhonda Fanning, Texas Standard, Texas Public Radio)

Graham preparing "Dreamers" bill (Seung Min Kim, Politico)

Growing far-right nationalistic movements are dangerously anti-Muslim - and pro-Israel (Glenn Greenwald, The Intercept)

Here's how many of Trump's cabinet appointees have a history of racism (Anna Swartz, Mic)

How the active many can overcome the ruthless few (Bill Mckibben, The Nation)

I am a dangerous professor (George Yancy, The New York Times)

"I am not your Negro": How Hollywood failed black America (Jen Yamato, The Daily Beast)

In the age of Trump, progressive Jews can learn from the 20th century's radical Yiddish tradition (Ben Lorber, In These Times)

It's time for honest talk about Muslim immigration (David French, National Review)

It's time to start calling the "alt-right" proto-fascists (Leder, North Texas Daily)

Judges are making North Carolina take extreme measures to deal with its racist elections (Rafi Schwartz, Fusion)

Kellogg, citing "values," joins growing list of companies that pledged to stop advertising in Breitbart News (Travis M. Andrews, The Washington Post)

Kellogg's Facebook pages erupt with #DumpKelloggs messages for blacklisting Breitbart (Charlie Nash, Breitbart)

Lawyer nails cop's pathetic excuse for shooting Walter Scott in murder trial (Alexandra Rosenmann, AlterNet)

Liberal anti-politics (Shuja Haider, Jacobin)

Muslim government officials huddle on ways to survive Trump (Nahal Toosi, Politico)

The new politics of hope (Ronald Aronson, Boston Review)

North Carolina's new rainbow coalition (Vann R. Newkirk II, The Atlantic)

Not all immigrant labor is cheap labor (Alexia Fernández Campbell, The Atlantic)

The Oscar map: It's the end of #OscarsSoWhite, at least for this year (Jeff Sneider, Mashable)

Political correctness: how the right invented a phantom enemy (Moira Weigel, The Guardian)

Race-baiter calls Tucker Carlson "white supremacist," implies hero OSU cop a racist [VIDEO] (Video, Katie Frates, The Daily Caller)

Racial earnings gap returns to 1950 levels, new study discovers (Shagun Vashisth, The Duke Chronicle, Durham, North Carolina)

Ranting Trump voters on viral videos aren't empowered. They're the opposite. (Graham Vyse, New Republic)

A rare insider's view of Native American life in mid-20th-century Oklahoma (Fotos, Roger Catlin,

The rush to rein in Baltimore cops before Trump (Rachel M. Cohen, Vice)

A short, terrifying introduction to the insurrectionist, anti-government sheriff Trump may put in his cabinet (Brendan O'Connor, Jezebel)

Stop normalizing hate: Reactionary white nationalism doesn't equal "populism" (Eric Boehlert, Media Matters)

Swing Time, by Zadie Smith (Boganmeldelse, Natalie Bakopoulos, Fiction Writers Review)

"Things could have been different" in Walter Scott shooting, ex-officer says in testimony (Andrew Knapp, Brenda Rindge, The Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina)

This is what a Trump civil-rights agenda should look like (Robert N. Driscoll, National Review)

A timeline of the year of resistance at Standing Rock (Carla Javier, Fusion)

Too much stigma, not enough persuasion (Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic)

Washington's new African-American Museum shows how black history shaped the American experience (Erica Armstrong Dunbar, The Nation)

WATCH: Closing arguments to begin in Michael Slager murder trial (Video, Brenda Rindge, Andrew Knapp, Brooks Brunson, The Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina)

We are the ones we've been waiting for - why silence isn't an option (Brittany Packnett, Blavity)

"We opened eyes": at Standing Rock, my fellow Native Americans make history (Joe Whittle, The Guardian)

What is the "alt-right"? 9 things to know about the movement (Michael Sebastian, Cosmopolitan)

What's to gain from building the Dakota Access Pipeline? Profit. (Jonathan Thompson, Slate)

What was the white working class thinking by supporting Trump? I asked my white working-class brother (Ryan Smith, Chicago Reader)

When the South held the keys (Matt Karp, Connor Kilpatrick, Jacobin)

When voter ID laws lead to disenfranchisement (Martin Longman, Washington Monthly)

White rage and racist thought: How history puts the resurgence of white nationalism in context (Chris Vognar, The Dallas Morning News)

White supremacy's inferiority complex (Khaled Diab, Al Jazeera)


4 people, including a baby, have died in a jail run by potential Trump nominee Sheriff David Clarke (Ryan J. Reilly, The Huffington Post)

4 things you need to know about Sheriff David Clarke, Donald Trump's potential Homeland Security pick (Grace Guarnieri, Salon)

13 get 5 days in jail for Black Lives Matter protest on I-95 (Associated Press, The Washington Post)

Advice for young Muslims (Omar Saif Ghobash, Foreign Affairs)

Alt-right fliers hit Miami's campus (James Steinbauer, The Miami Student)

Alt-right denies it's alt-right as alt-right becomes bad word (Sarah Devin Kaufman, Death and Taxes)

The alt-right isn't a political belief. It's an excuse for young white men to get more attention (Roisin Lanigan, The Tab, UK)

The "alt-right" splinters as supporters and critics agree it was white supremacy all along (Video, Matt Pearce, Los Angeles Times)

America needs a network of rebel cities to stand up to Trump (Kate Shea Baird, Steve Hughes, In These Times)

Angry Trump voter's racist tirade inspires charitable donations (Video, Tod Perry, GOOD)

Anti-Semitism comes from the right and the left (Cathy Young, Newsday)

Are there really more hate crimes at schools following Donald Trump's election? (Maureen Sullivan, Forbes)

Bannon's film blamed racial-bias law for financial collapse (Ben Schreckinger, Politico)

The beginning is near: The deep North, evictions and pipeline deadlines (Winona LaDuke, Indian Country News)

BET founder: I don't believe Trump is a racist (John Sexton, Hot Air)

BET founder says Trump is not a racist, and stocks are right to rally post-election (Video, Matthew J. Belvedere, CNBC)

Black Lives Matter mourns, defends Castro (Kelly Cohen, Washington Examiner)

Black Lives Matter protester sues cop who cracked her head with baton (Video, Jason McGahan, LA Weekly)

Black Lives Matter shows its true colors - red - by eulogizing Castro (Michael Tennant, The New American)

Book review: The War on Cops (Boganmeldelse, John Malcolm, Heritage Foundation)

Breaking silence, officer testifies about killing of Walter Scott (Alan Blinder, The New York Times)

Brother of Charleston shooting victim worries Dylann Roof has another platform (Mark Rumsey, WFAE, Charlotte, North Carolina)

Can Democrats quit identity politics? (Rich Lowry, National Review)

Capitulation nation: Steve Bannon’s media rehabilitation shows the press is surrendering without a fight (Gary Legum, Salon)

Concerns of racism, intolerance prompt launch of #OneHoward initiative (Fatimah Waseem, The Baltimore Sun)

Control alt-right delete: Why words matter in the Trump era (Will Bunch, The Philadelphia Inquirer)

Conversations on Trump's America: Robert Reich previews a new era of savage inequality (Danny Feingold, Capital & Main)

A church built by former slaves was targeted with this hateful, racist graffiti (Rafi Schwartz, Fusion)

Daughter of Emanuel AME shooting victim unable to forgive Dylann Roof (Video, NewsOne)

The day after: Obama on his legacy, Trump's win and the path forward (Jann S. Wenner, Rolling Stone)

Defense rests case in the Michael Slager murder trial (Video, Bruce Smith (Associated Press), ABC News)

The difference between racial bias and white supremacy (John McWhorter, TIME)

Dispatches from the alternate universe where Hillary Clinton won (Zach Schonfeld, Newsweek)

Does diversity create distrust? (Daisy Grewal, Scientific American)

Donald Trump, Stephen Bannon and how bigotry became a cool new trend (Nesrine Malik, The Guardian)

The education of Colin Kaepernick (Leder, The Washington Times)

Emanuel says 4 recent police shootings not the same (John Byrne, Chicago Tribune)

Experts' roundtable: The future of journalism in Trump's America (Gerry Lanosga, Damian Radcliffe, Frank Waddell, Glenn Scott, Jennifer Glover Konfrst, The Conversation)

Fact checking team Trump's evidence of millions voting illegally (Dan Spencer, Red State)

Forget "identity" politics. Voters still want to be asked for their votes. (Clarence Page, Chicago Tribune)

Former South Carolina cop Michael Slager takes stand at his murder trial, says he fired until threat was stopped (Video, Emily Shapiro, Steve Osunsami, Kristen McFann, ABC News)

From alt-right to neo-populism: can you decode the new political lexicon? (Susannah Butter, Evening Standard, UK)

From smallpox-tainted blankets to the #NoDAPL evacuation: The lie of colonial concern (Kelly Hayes, TruthOut)

The future of housing desegregation under Trump (Alana Semuels, The Atlantic)

Groups document more than 860 hate incidents since election (Jesse J. Holland (Associated Press), McClatchy DC)

The "How does an immigration lawyer work?" edition (Jacob Brogan, Slate)

If you call the alt-right "Nazi white supremacists," you're wrong (James Allsup, The Liberty Conservative)

Inside Trump Tower, you can hardly hear the protesters (Nick Turse, The Nation)

Is Donald Trump a racist? (Casey Lartigue Jr., The Korea Times)

Is "empathy" really what the nation needs? (Amanda Hess, The New York Times Magazine)

Jurors will visit North Charleston site where Walter Scott killed; defense rests (Chelsea Bailey, Associated Press, NBC News)

Lakers offering more than words in effort to heal Los Angeles' racial divide (Kevin Ding, Bleacher Report)

Michael Slager testifies about killing Walter Scott: "It's been a nightmare" (Video, Elizabeth Chuck, NBC News)

Meet Trump's legion of doom: A look at the terrifying squad about to occupy the White House (Alex Gale, Complex)

Mr. Trump, meet the Constitution (Leder, The New York Times)

Native American culture classes not fixing achievement gap (Megan Raposa, Argus Leader, Sioux Falls, South Dakota)

New sanctuary cities in Texas vow to resist Donald Trump's deportations (Jordan Smith, The Intercept)

North Dakota to evict Native American protest camp (Al Jazeera)

Not every American is racist, but whose racist agendas will be implemented? (Alex Jacobs, Indian Country Today Media Network)

Officer's "mind was like spaghetti" when he shot Walter Scott (John Bacon, USA Today)

On CBS during election season, viewers watched Trump's America in prime time (David Canfield, Slate)

On eve of Trump presidency, Supreme Court takes up key immigration case (Henry Gass, The Christian Science Monitor)

A party of teeth-gnashers (Victor Davis Hanson, National Review)

Professor's racist and anti-gay language sets off free-speech battle on campus (Tasneem Nashrulla, BuzzFeed)

Racism without representation (Mark Beaulieu, The Rocky Mountain Collegian, Colorado State University)

The racist smear against Jeff Sessions (Quin Hillyer, The Wall Street Journal)

The real reasons the U.S. became less racist toward Asian Americans (Jeff Guo, The Washington Post)

The Republican vogue for stripping citizenship (David A. Graham, The Atlantic)

The road from democracy to kakistocracy - and back (Manuel Nunes Ramires Serrano, Open Democracy)

Rosa Parks and Rob Williams sparked a revolution against racism - but has the US squandered their legacy? (Anthony Gunter, The Conversation)

Rush Limbaugh goes full racist on Nov. 29 edition of radio show (Tom McKay, Mic)

South Carolina officer Michael Slager says he shot Walter Scott "as I was trained to do" (Aaron Morrison, Mic)

Sowell: Racial disparity often political football - even in football (Thomas Sowell, The Columbian, Vancouver, Washington)

Steve Bannon backs out of college appearance after protest threats (Tom McKay, Mic)

Steve Bannon can be racist and still have black friends (Zak Cheney Rice, Mic)

Talking about fascism might make you sound hysterical. Do it anyway. (Amos Barshad, The Fader)

Think you can escape the "alt-right" by running to Canada? They beat you there. (Matthew Gindin, Forward)

Trump's halfhearted rejection of hatemongers (Leder, The Philadelphia Tribune)

Trump's pick for security adviser praised controversial "alt-right" figure (Julian Hattem, The Hill)

Trump supporters are suddenly so concerned with civility (Satiretegning, Tom Tomorrow, The Nation)

Trump treasury pick ran company accused of racial bias in lending (Trudy Ring, The Advocate)

Tulane protesters: White students must be held accountable for racism (John Binder, Breitbart)

Veterans to serve as "human shields" for Dakota Pipeline protesters (Video, Christopher Mele, The New York Times)

Walter Scott shooting: Michael Slager testifies he felt "total fear" (CBS News)

What AP gets wrong about the alt-right - and what we can do about it (Aviya Kushner, Forward)

What Donald Trump might do for working-class families (Claire Cain Miller, The New York Times)

What is the "alt-right"? (David Gutman, The Seattle Times)

What makes today's America different from the country that incarcerated the Japanese? (Emma Green, The Atlantic)

What the "alt-right" really wants from their hero Donald Trump (Sam Kestenbaum, Forward)

Why it's a mistake to describe the alt-right as "neo-Nazis" (Elizabeth Nolan Brown,

Why would Dylann Roof want to represent himself in court? (Kate Wheeling, Pacific Standard)

Yes, if you support Donald Trump you are racist (David Yankovich, Raw Story)

"You belong. Stay strong. Be blessed": A Texas man's roadside message to Muslims. (Lindsey Bever, The Washington Post)

You say "racist," I say "white supremacist": Sorry, Kevin Drum, "white supremacy" is a fact - not a "fad" (Chauncey DeVega, Salon)


Acting as own attorney, Dylann Roof helps select jury that will decide his fate (Jennifer Berry Hawes, The Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina)

"Alt-right" online poison nearly turned me into a racist (Anonym, The Guardian)

An American "redemption"? Trumpism fits a pattern of backlash against social progress. (Bradley Proctor, Vox)

AP issues guidelines for using the term "alt-right" (Brent Griffiths, Politico)

As Twitter cracks down on alt-right, aggrieved members flee to "Gab" (Video, Adam Shaw, Fox News)

Bay Area homicide being investigated as possible hate crime (Paul Elias (Associated Press), The Seattle Times)

Black Virginia politician comes under fire for years-old, wildly racist tweets (Justin Caruso, The Daily Caller)

The clever trick an alt-right hot spot is using to seem much, much bigger (Joseph Bernstein, BuzzFeed)

Confronting racial bias at work: What it looks like and how to handle it (Rachaell Davis, Essence)

Deep anxiety was a fact of life in violent North Milwaukee long before the election (Elizabeth Van Brocklin, The Trace)

Donald Trump's lies about the popular vote (Leder, The New York Times)

Dylann Roof to represent himself at trial in Charleston church shootings (Kevin Sack, The New York Times)

Dylann Roof to represent himself in Charleston church shooting trial (Radio, Alexandra Olgin, All Things Considered, NPR)

Economists are underestimating the costs of letting small Rust Belt cities shrink (Timothy B. Lee, Vox)

Exposing the diversity mania's hypocrisy (George Leef, National Review)

Facebook hit with lawsuit over alleged racial discrimination (Jeff John Roberts, Fortune)

Fact check: Trump sticks with bogus voter fraud claims (Video, Robert Farley (, USA Today)

From guns to birth control, Trump election flipped script on American fears (+video) (Video, Patrik Jonsson, The Christian Science Monitor)

Google Chrome extension replaces "alt-right" with "white supremacy" (Lilly Workneh, The Huffington Post)

Here are the problems with the Trump team's voter fraud evidence (Danielle Kurtzleben, NPR)

How do you get white people to "show up" in the fight against racism? (Lauren Rosenthal, NCPR, North Country Public Radio, New York)

How slavery was never abolished & simply evolved into the prison system (Documentary) (Video, Kalee Brown, Collective Evolution)

Identity politics and rumors of its death are premature (Rev. Al Sharpton, The Huffington Post)

Ignorance, disapproval, racism and democracy (Jonathan Bernstein, Bloomberg)

I'm a black voter. Here's why I pulled the lever for Trump (Justin McClinton, The Federalist)

John Roberts gutted the Voting Rights Act. Jeff Sessions is poised to finish it off. (AJ Vicens, Mother Jones)

Keep calling the alt-right "the alt-right". Soon, it won't be a euphemism anymore (Julian Sanchez, The Washington Post)

Let's face it: There is no moderate GOP (Alex Jacobs, TruthOut)

Life lesson: The Ohio State University didn't call Black Lives Matter, they called cops with guns (Rush Limbaugh,

The melting of campus snowflakes (Wesley Pruden, The Washington Times)

Mike Pence supporter angry over "Hamilton" protest charged in racist attack on Asian diner patrons (Carla Herreria, The Huffington Post)

Milo: Hollywood leftists, stop being racist and move to Cuba (Milo, Breitbart)

Neil Young begs Obama to step in and end the violence at Standing Rock (Maxwell Strachan, The Huffington Post)

News outlets rethink usage of the term "alt-right" (Sydney Ember, The New York Times)

The ongoing struggle for Native-American economic empowerment and self determination (Dedrick Muhammad, The Huffington Post)

Racist Donald Trump supporters threaten to commit genocide against Muslims (A.R. Shaw, Rolling Out)

"Radically mainstream": Why the alt-right is celebrating Trump's win (Sarah Posner, Rolling Stone)

A reformed neo-Nazi talks Trump, Mt. Greenwood & white supremacy (Stephen Gossett, Chicagoist)

Republican-led Congress oversees large-scale importation of Somali migrants (Julia Hahn, Breitbart)

San Francisco's official response to the election of Trump (Udtalelse, The San Francisco Board of Supervisors, San Francisco Bay Times)

"Serious voter fraud"? Um, no (Nate Cohn, The New York Times)

Sioux anti-pipeline action sustained by Native American spirituality (Emily McFarlan Miller (Religion News Service), Deseret News, Utah)

Some blacks applaud Castro legacy of racial equality (Corey Williams (Associated Press), ABC News)

Spike in police shootings shows need for "Laquan's law," activists say (Joe Ward, DNAinfo)

States reject Trump's claim that illegal ballots gave Clinton popular vote (Video, Brooke Singman, Fox News)

Steve Bannon's website is definitive proof of his virulent racism (Ben Cohen, The Daily Banter)

Talking about racial and economic justice: Starting a new conversation (Kenneth Quinnell, AFL-CIO)

Team Trump offers evidence for millions voting illegally (Dan Spencer, Red State)

There is no "alt-right." There is only white supremacy. (Michael Darer, The Huffington Post)

They said despicable things about the Obamas but say they aren't racists. Yes, they are (Roger Guffey, McClatchy DC)

This is American history: Tule Lake, Manzanar, Port Chicago and César E. Chávez National Monument (Carolina A. Miranda, Los Angeles Times)

Trickle-down racism (Læserbrev, The New York Times)

Trump's chief adviser reportedly made these incredibly racist comments about voting (Katherine Krueger, Fusion)

Trump's claim that "millions" of illegal voters won Clinton the popular vote is "not at all" plausible, says key expert (Dave Mosher, Business Insider)

Trump's Nixon-in-China opportunity with black voters (Washington Examiner)

Trump's promises will be hard to keep, but coal country has faith (Sheryl Gay Stolberg, The New York Times)

Trump still facing concerns about white supremacists (Associated Press, Fox News)

Trump to meet with anti-Black Lives Matter Milwaukee sheriff on Monday (Allegra Kirkland, Talking Points Memo)

Understanding this new age of fascism (Bill Berkowitz, Buzzflash (TruthOut))

U.S. police shootings echo through criminology classrooms (David Ingram, Reuters)

Water protector hit in eye by tear gas grenade and others injured sue police (Kevin Gosztola, Shadowproof)

"We've never had anything like this": Racist, threatening message left on door of black church (Cleve R. Wootson Jr., The Washington Post)

What can doctors do about racist patients? (April M. Short, AlterNet)

What oil pipelines can do to Native American land and life (Sulome Anderson, Vice)

What the alt-right actually wants from President Trump (Zack Beauchamp, Vox)

White nationalist Richard Spencer's ex-classmates decry him - by raising money for refugees (Amy B. Wang, The Washington Post)

Why Donald Trump is lying about the popular vote (Jonathan Chait, New York Magazine)

With deliberations in sight, Michael Slager trial could hinge on judge's instructions for jury (Andrew Knapp, The Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina)

Writing about the "alt-right" (John Daniszewski, Associated Press)

"Xenophobia" is the word of the year for 2016, says (Michael Schaub, Los Angeles Times)

A Yale history professor's powerful, 20-point guide to defending democracy under a Trump presidency (Timothy Snyder, Quartz)


Activists taking "wait and see" approach on police reforms in Ferguson post-Trump (Rachel Lippmann, St. Louis Public Radio)

Already happening: Media normalization of Trumpism (Joy-Ann Reid, The Daily Beast)

Cities vow to fight Trump on immigration, even if they lose millions (Jennifer Medina, Jess Bidgood, The New York Times)

Combative, populist Steve Bannon found his man in Donald Trump (Scott Shane, The New York Times)

Competing groups are trying to define the Dakota Access pipeline debate. So where does the truth lie? (Sandy Tolan, Los Angeles Times)

Democrats, not Trump, racialize our politics (Heather Mac Donald, City Journal)

Donald Trump’s bogus claim that millions of people voted illegally for Hillary Clinton (Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post)

Donald Trump's new explanation for losing the popular vote? A Twitter-born conspiracy theory. (Philip Bump, The Washington Post)

Election throws US plans for Syrian refugees into question (Wilson Ring, Associated Press)

Keep hope alive (Jamelle Bouie, Slate)

The real concerns of the Trump transition (Amy Davidson, The New Yorker)

Scars and bars: A Confederate flag on campus (Molly Meisels, The Commentator, Yeshiva University, New York City)

Shaw: Little progress since release of Laquan McDonald video (Andy Shaw, Chicago Sun-Times)

A silent scream at Standing Rock (Video, D.R. Tucker, Washinton Monthly)

Stop calling them the alt-right: Conservative trolls deserve a name that fits (and it's not Nazi) (Jeremy Sherman (AlterNet), Salon)

The tragic, forgotten history of black military veterans (Peter C. Baker, The New Yorker)

Trump and a Muslim registry: does he want one - and is it even possible? (Sabrina Siddiqui, The Guardian)

Trump falsely claims that millions voted illegally, costing him the popular vote (Matt Pearce, Los Angeles Times)

Trump makes unfounded claim that "millions" voted illegally for Clinton (Arnie Seipel, NPR)

Trump's victory has fearful minorities buying up guns (Video, Ben Popken, NBC News)

Trump: The choice we face (Masha Gessen, The New York Review of Books)

What Europe can teach us about Trump: They've been dealing with guys like him for decades (John Feffer (AlterNet), Raw Story)


America's invisible inferno (Boganmeldelse, Martin Garbus, New York Review of Books)

Bernie Sanders meets Spike Lee: "Where do we go? Where is the hope?" (Emma Brockes, The Guardian)

Chicago's top cop relieves officer of his "police powers" after fatal shooting (Amber Randall, The Daily Caller)

Harvard classmates barely recognize the Bannon of today (Matt Viser, The Boston Globe)

In D.C., white families are on average 81 times richer than black ones (Gillian B. White, The Atlantic)

In the age of Trump, should protest be angry or optimistic? (Rembert Browne, Rebecca Traister, New York Magazine)

It can happen here: But has it? The 1933 scenario is no longer hypothetical (Andrew O'Hehir, Salon)

Let's be careful with the "white supremacy" label (Kevin Drum, Mother Jones)

Letters to California mosques praise Donald Trump, promise genocide (Andy Campbell, The Huffington Post)

#NoDAPL eviction anounced: Will you keep fighting with us? (Kelly Hayes (Transformation Spaces), TruthOut)

The pretend populism of Donald Trump (Frank Bruni, The New York Times)

Progressives without power (Kevin D. Williamson, National Review)

The push to diversify gifted-and-talented programs (Christina Veiga, The Atlantic)

Republicans of color who opposed Trump find themselves on the margins (P.R. Lockhart, Mother Jones)

The shame of a privileged family dealing with prison (Chris Bodenner, The Atlantic)

Shoppers band together to defend a woman wearing a hijab against a verbal assaulter (Elizabeth Preza (Raw Story), AlterNet)

Tips from white people on hating the president (Michael Harriot, The Root)

U.S. seeks death for Charleston shooting suspect. Victims' families prefer mercy. (Alan Blinder, The New York Times)

White man killed black teen, then said he removed "piece of trash" from streets, police say (Lindsey Bever, The Washington Post)

Why can't Silicon Valley solve its diversity problem? (Anna Wiener, The New Yorker)

Why I left white nationalism (R. Derek Black, The New York Times)


1986 called: They want their racist back (Dallas Voice)

The 2016 election exposed deep-seated racism. Where do we go from here? (Brandon Tensley, Michael C. Richardson, Rejane Frederick,

450,000 in donations help Ferguson Public Library bridge both sides of divide (Andre Grant, GOOD)

The activists of Crimson Tide country (Christian N. Kerr, The New Yorker)

The alt-right isn't only about white supremacy. It's about white male supremacy. (Danielle Paquette, The Washington Post)

Alt-right leader Richard Spencer to speak at Texas A&M (Craig Malisow, Houston Press)

The alt-right's top news site still has Google and other ad companies keeping it afloat (Joon Ian Wong, Quartz)

America’s alt-right learns to speak Nazi: “Lügenpresse” (The Economist, UK)

A brief history of war and drugs: From vikings to Nazis (Barbara McCarthy, Al Jazeera)

Can Trump help narrow racial gaps in schools? (Foon Rhee, The Sacramento Bee)

The complete glossary of the Trumpist alt-right (Ofri Ilany, Haaretz, Israel)

Cop quits over racist Facebook post, halts probe (Darrell Clem ((Novi, Michigan) Observer & Eccentric Newspapers), USA Today)

Dear media: Please stop normalizing the alt-right (David Harsanyi, The Federalist)

Defining alt-right is tricky in the wake of Trump's victory (Video, Rick Jervis, USA Today)

Democrats don't have an easy answer for the Rust Belt (Alana Semuels, The Atlantic)

Donald Trump and the rise of alt-reality media (Michael Kruse, Politico Magazine)

The dreadful and dangerous alt-right (Læserbrev, The Washington Post)

Dylann Roof determined mentally fit for trial (Video, The Washington Post)

Dylann Roof found competent for trial in Charleston church killings (Alan Blinder, The New York Times)

Editorial: How Trump might put kibosh on Chicago police reform (Leder, Chicago Sun-Times)

Even the Rust Belt's own magazine didn't see this election coming (Michael Miner, Chicago Reader)

Flyover country (Tim Maughan, Motherboard (Vice))

"Go back to the cotton farm": Black child was taunted, beaten on school playground, family says (Lindsey Bever, The Washington Post)

Hari Kondabolu is the perfect comedian for Trump's America (James Yeh, Vice)

Hezbollah leader: Donald Trump is "racist" (Edwin Mora, Breitbart)

How Dakota Pipeline protesters are digging in for a harsh winter (Grace Phillips, Motherboard (Vice))

How Friday's Black Lives Matter protest in Seattle unfolded (Jessica Lee, The Seattle Times)

The increasingly diverse United States of America (Dan Keating, Laris Karklis, The Washington Post)

Ironic Nazis are still Nazis (Jeet Heer, New Republic)

JEB: "There is no room in our tent for despicable bigotries like racism, misogyny, or anti-Semitism" (Pamela Engel, Business Insider)

Man pleads not guilty in killing of Michigan police officer (Video, Ellie Kaufman, CNN)

Michael Che has a creative comeback to the phrase "All Lives Matter" in his Netflix special (Bethonie Butler, The Washington Post)

A more perfect union needs both nationalism and globalism (Clive Crook, Bloomberg)

A Navajo chef looks to history in his homage to native cuisine (Noah Weiland, The New York Times)

Police attacked Standing Rock activists for hours. Why are they calling it a riot? (Evelyn Nieves, The Nation)

Police: Morale still low, emboldening criminals and contributing to violence (Video, Jeremy Gorner, Chicago Tribune)

Protesters mark a solemn Thanksgiving Day at Standing Rock (Cassi Alexandra, Arial Zambelich, NPR)

Readers sound off on Trump and racism, Hamilton and immigration (Læserbreve, New York Daily News)

Sarah Palin: Trump movement began with the GOP establishment's "shocking betrayals" of Tea Party voters (John Hayward, Breitbart)

Spotting the merchandise of the alt-right at Breitbart (Graham Lanktree, International Business Times)

Swastikas, racist terms appear on rock at school in Harvard (Mina Corpuz, The Boston Globe)

Trump holds ownership share in Dakota Access Pipeline builder, filings show (Associated Press, New York Daily News)

Two immigrants debate immigration (Shikha Dalmia, George J. Borjas,

We must call the "alt-right" what it is: fascist, racist, white supremacist (Sylvia Stead, The Globe and Mail, Canada)

What Sanders doesn't understand about identity politics (Nancy LeTourneau, Washington Monthly)

What Trump's presidency may mean for the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Standing Rock Sioux (John Paul Brammer, Vox)

White-collar supremacy (Kelly J. Baker, The New York Times)

White prosperity over racial equality: It's (still) the American way (Darren F. Speece, Salon)

Why populism challenges democracy from within (Marc Fleurbaey, The American Prospect)


Alt-right is the new name for neo-Nazi: #tellusatoday (Læserbreve, USA Today)

Baton Rouge settles lawsuit with BLM protesters for $100,000 (Monique Judge, The Root)

Bigots no longer have to hide in the shadows (Dana Milbank, Mail Tribune, Medford, Oregon)

Black Lives Matter plans to block white-owned businesses on Black Friday (Amber Randall, The Daily Caller)

Commentary: Native American writer on support of Standing Rock (Radio, All Things Considered, NPR)

Death row: the lawyer who keeps losing (David Rose, The Guardian)

Donald Trump's fragile hold on America (Ronald Brownstein, The Atlantic)

The Guardian view on "alt-right" news: no good story to tell (Leder, The Guardian)

How much Mussolini is there in Donald Trump? (Dirk Kurbjuweit, Der Spiegel, Tyskland)

The indigenous revolution (Julian Brave NoiseCat, Jacobin)

Inside the most racist town in America where "diversity is a code word for white genocide" (Video, Christopher Bucktin, Mirror, UK)

Jane Fonda and Shailene Woodley to serve Thanksgiving meals at Standing Rock (Julia Brucculieri, The Huffington Post)

Men try to understand Chicago's violence from a safe place - jail (Peter Nickeas, Chicago Tribune)

Pacific Northwest tribes fight to protect the centerpiece of their culture (Brian Bienkowski (Environmental Health News), TruthOut)

Racial tensions heal after arson of Miss. church (Emily Wagster Pettus (Associated Press), The Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Mississippi)

The racist history of Southern white evangelicalism and the rise of Donald Trump (Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, The Washington Post)

Refugees in US nervously await Trump presidency after campaign rhetoric (Lauren Gambino, Patrick Kingsley, The Guardian)

The road back for Democrats: Identity politics is not the way (Charles Krauthammer, New York Daily News)

Rowan Blanchard talks DAPL, Native American genocide on Thanksgiving (Brian Johnson, Empty Lighthouse)

Stop calling it the "alt-right" - it's the brat right (Jeremy Sherman, The National Memo)

Study: Diseases brought over by European settlers in the 1700s still affect Native American genes (Real Clear Life)

Thanksgiving at the Dakota Access pipeline protest camp (Sandy Tolan, Los Angeles Times)

Thanksgiving celebrates migrants seeking refuge from intolerance and threats (John Nichols, The Nation)

Trump chooses racial conciliator in UN pick Nikki Haley (Seanna Adcox, Associated Press)

Trump's tribe: any colour as long as it's white (Rula Jebreal, The Guardian)

Trump supporters and their fair-weather friends (Gavin McInnes, Taki's Magazine)

Trump victory is racism triumph (Kibisu Kabatesi, The Star, Kenya)

What is "environmental racism?" And why should you care? (Ariana DiValentino, Popdust)

Where Republicans go from here (Jeb Bush, The Wall Street Journal)

The world according to Breitbart (Nahal Toosi, Politico)

You took a DNA test and it says you are Native American. So what? (Andrea Crossan, PRI)


9 things you need to know about the alt-right movement (Video, Eliza Collins, USA Today)

After months of spouting white nationalist sentiments, Trump denounces alt-right (Stephen A. Crockett Jr., The Root)

All the latest dangers of the Trump presidency, explained (T.A. Frank, Vanity Fair)

"Alt-right" is not a thing. It's white supremacy. (Ian Allen, The Nation)

The alt-right is starting to feel "bamboozled" by Trump (Daniel Halper, Bob Fredericks, New York Post)

The alt-right is using Trump (Mike Pesca, Slate)

Alt-right leader Richard Spencer and Roland Martin clash over how slavery impacted the American economy (Video, Ricky Riley, Atlanta Black Star)

Alt-right members say they were "fooled" by Trump after his disavowal of extremist movement (Laura Bult, New York Daily News)

Alt-right, nationalist, populist: A glossary of the new political landscape (Michael Sebastian, Marie Claire)

And so it begins: Normalizing the election (Neal Gabler,

The average Trump voter is not the alt-right, and they must be allowed to change their minds (Donald Norman, Paste)

Bannon opens an alt-right door to the Trump White House (David Horsey, Los Angeles Times)

Ben Carson quotes: 17 controversial things Trump's likely Cabinet pick for Housing and Urban Development Secretary has said (Tim Martin, International Business Times)

The big-picture problem with Steve Bannon (Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times)

Breitbart isn’t "just a publication." It’s a pestilence. (Ruth Marcus, The Washington Post)

Broken systems: Fiction at the intersection of immigration and criminal justice (Andrea Penman-Lomeli, Literary Hub)

A death sentence overturned in Louisiana (Rachel Aviv, The New Yorker)

Democrats neither can nor should ditch "identity politics" (Matthew Yglesias, Vox)

The disruptive career of Michael Flynn, Trump's national-security adviser (Dana Priest, The New Yorker)

Donald Trump again disavows so-called alt-right supporters (Gretel Kauffman, The Christian Science Monitor)

Donald Trump defends Steve Bannon against alt-right charges and FIRMLY disavows the group (Samantha Chang, BizPac Review)

Donald Trump's "alt-right" supporters express dismay at disavowal (Nicky Woolf, The Guardian)

Donald Trump surrogate faults the media for covering white nationalism (Video, Callum Borchers, The Washington Post)

First-ever Republican Chief Technology Officer calls out white supremacy (Gianluca Mezzofiore, Mashable)

Five myths about the alt-right (Video, Olivia Nuzzi, The Washington Post)

Florida Supreme Court signals possible upheaval for state's death row (Chris Geidner, BuzzFeed)

Former Sanders spokeswoman: "We don't need white people leading the Democratic Party" (Video, Ian Schwartz, Real Clear Politics)

For the alt-right, dapper suits are a propaganda tool (Anna Silman, New York Magazine)

Getting the women's march on Washington on the road (Christina Cauterucci, Slate)

Getting to know the company Trump would like to keep (Chris Doyle, Al Arabiya)

GOP fraud claims in North Carolina governor's race reflect a strategy to suppress black votes (Spencer Woodman, The Intercept)

Hate crimes are way up - and the FBI has no way of tracking them properly (A.C. Thompson, Ken Schwencke, Pacific Standard)

"Heil" vs. "Hail": New York Times corrects report on alt-right conference (Video, Erik Wemple, The Washington Post)

Hitler's babies (Alana Newhouse, Tablet)

How American cuisine became a melting pot (Boganmeldelse, Sophie Gilbert, The Atlantic)

How Ben Carson could undo a segregation effort (Emily Badger, The New York Times)

How the alt-right uses internet trolling to confuse you into dismissing its ideology (Aja Romano, Vox)

How Trump can reshape US policy toward refugees (Josh Siegel, The Daily Signal)

If it walks, talks, and acts like Nazis - call "alt-right" Nazis, not racists (Rmuse, PoliticusUSA)

If you've ever described people as "white working class," read this (Max Ehrenfreund, Jeff Guo, The Washington Post)

In an ugly election result, hate surges online (A.C. Thompson, Ken Schwenke, ProPublica)

"It was just so hard to watch": The police brutality at Standing Rock (Gabby Bess, Broadly (Vice))

I was a teenage Nazi wannabe (Jacob Bacharach, New Republic)

Journalism faces an "existential crisis" in Trump era (Video, Christiane Amanpour, CNN)

Laquan McDonald video: Is anything in Chicago different a year later? (Kelly Bauer, DNAinfo)

The limits of sanctuary cities (Alex Kotlowitz, The New Yorker)

Meet opposite Trump: Nine things that Donald Trump doesn't talk about anymore now that he's president-elect (Tristin Hopper, National Post, Canada)

Muslim New Yorkers respond with fear, hope and apathy to Trump's election (Elizabeth Whitman, The Nation)

My descent into the right-wing media vortex (Ken Stern, Vanity Fair)

A Nazi by any other name must still be stopped (Joshua Ostroff, The Huffington Post Canada)

No, Trump, we can't just get along (Charles M. Blow, The New York Times)

On anniversary of McDonald video release, no sign of federal case (Frank Main, Jon Seidel, Chicago Sun-Times)

On the road with our American selves (Mattea Kramer, TruthDig)

On Thanksgiving, what it means to be the city upon a hill (Leder, The Washington Post)

A photographic chronicle of America's working poor (Dale Maharidge, Matt Black,

Postelection harassment, case by case (Caitlin Dickerson, The New York Times)

Power imbalance at the pipeline protest (Leder, The New York Times)

A safe space for racism (Jess Row, New Republic)

The seeds of the alt-right, America's emergent right-wing populist movement (George Michael, The Conversation)

Steve Bannon isn't a racist. He's worse. (Kevin Drum, Mother Jones)

Ten ways to tell if your president is a dictator (Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy)

"Time for a tree and a rope": Texas judge calls for a lynching after seeing black suspect’s mugshot (David Ferguson, Raw Story)

Trump and the triumphant trolls. What's their secret? (Maajid Nawaz, The Daily Beast)

Trump blunts critics with Nikki Haley appointment (Caitlin Huey-Burns, Real Clear Politics)

Trump breaks streak of white, male appointments (Louis Nelson, Politico)

Trump condemns alt-right support: Richard Spencer, members react to president-elect's comments (Video, Mary Pascaline, International Business Times)

Trump's immigration crackdown could spark a tech brain drain (Issie Lapowsky, Wired)

Trump, the unspeakable and democracy in America (Wolfgang Merkel, The Conversation)

Trump won with lowest minority vote in decades, fueling divisions (Peter Eisler, Reuters)

Walter Benn Michaels on how liberals still love diversity and ignore inequality (Ryan Smith, Chicago Reader)

Washington Post: Breitbart is "a pestilence" (Breitbart)

We tracked down a fake-news creator in the suburbs. Here's what we learned (Radio, Laura Sydell, All Things Considered, NPR)

What "alt-right" really means: a glossary of terms (Video, Caitlin Dickson, Yahoo News)

What will it take for Democrats to woo the white working class? (Charles Lane, The Washington Post)

White CNN guest says n****r on live television (Video, Daniel Marans, The Huffington Post)

White nationalist bigotry is the official policy of Trump's White House (Derrick Z. Jackson, The American Prospect)

White nationalist Richard Spencer is Donald Trump's most avid apprentice (Adele Stan, New Republic)

Who is "alt-right" figurehead Richard Spencer? (Sam Kestenbaum, Forward)

Why did Trump wait so long to reject the "alt-right"? (Video, Sara Ganim, CNN)

Why Trump has to go further still to denounce white nationalism (Lauren Fox, Talking Points Memo)

Will a Trump DOJ quash Chicago police reforms? (Maya Dukmasova, Chicago Reader)

Write the book that scares you shitless: An interview with Colson Whitehead (John Freeman, Literary Hub)

A year after Laquan McDonald video, Chicago's reforms uneven (Don Babwin, Michael Tarm, Associated Press)


The 10 most awful stories Breitbart published this year (Laura Goldman, Care2)

The 17 most important things to read about Trump's America (Doree Shafrir, BuzzFeed)

Alarm in Germany and Israel as U.S. white supremacists ride Trump wave (Noah Barkin, Luke Baker, Reuters)

Al-Qaeda rails against Steve Bannon and "far-right Breitbart website" (John Hayward, Breitbart)

Alt-right conference attendees openly use Nazi salute, language during conference (James Poulos, GOOD)

The alt-right don't belong in the American conservative tradition (Jamie Weinstein, The Guardian)

Alt-right leader Spencer: Jews have nothing to fear from us (The Times of Israel)

Bannon rising (R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr., The Washington Times)

Bernie Sanders on Donald Trump’s victory, identity politics, and the failures of the Democratic Party (Jason Zengerle, GQ)

Breitbart News blacklisted by ad tech company for violating hate speech rules (Sam Thielman, The Guardian)

Breitbart pretends it's not Trump's and Bannon's propaganda machine - don't be fooled (Kali Holloway, AlterNet)

The Cabinet from Hell: Trumpism meets neoliberalism (Michael Corcoran, TruthOut)

Chief: Man fatally shot in struggle with patrolling officers (Tom Foreman Jr. (Associated Press), ABC News)

Commentary: What Steve Bannon needs to answer for (Will Rahn, CBS News)

Conway says Trump unequivocally disavows alt-right in PBS Newshour interview (Daniel Bush, PBS Newshour)

Covering Trump: An oral history of an unforgettable campaign (Shelley Hepworth, Vanessa Gezari, Kyle Pope, Cory Schouten, Carlett Spike, David Uberti, Pete Vernon, Columbia Journalism Review)

Cucks & Kek: Racism's old guard reaches out to an online generation (James King, Vocativ)

Democratic politics have to be "identity politics" (Michelle Goldberg, Slate)

Democrats are obsessed with race. Donald Trump isn't (Jason L. Riley, The Wall Street Journal)

Donald Trump at The New York Times: Live on Twitter (The New York Times)

Donald Trump can't fathom why racist white nationalists in the alt-right support him (Emily Cahn, Mic)

Donald Trump denies responsibility for energizing white nationalists (Igor Bobic, The Huffington Post)

Donald Trump is never as subdued as when he's disavowing racism (Jenée Desmond-Harris, Vox)

Donald Trump personally blasts the press (David Remnick, The New Yorker)

Donald Trump's administration is a basket of deplorables (Darlena Cunha, TIME)

Don't allow the "alt-right" to disguise hate in linguistic semantics (Anne Kingston, MacLean's, Canada)

Doubling down on division in the Trump era (Jeff Yarbro, The Tennessean)

Emanuel says police reforms to continue under Trump (John Byrne, Chicago Tribune)

"An erosion of democratic norms in America" (Clare Foran, The Atlantic)

Everybody hates Cornel West (Connor Kilpatrick, Jacobin)

Getting prepared to fight against Trump's immigration raids and deportations (Sarah Lazare, AlterNet)

Gold Star, brown family (Mayukh Sen, The New Inquiry)

"Hail Trump!" Nazi salutes at US white nationalists' even spark reactions (Video, Reuters, Al Arabiya)

"Heil victory!" White nationalist groups emboldened by Trump's election and chief strategist Steve Bannon (Juan Gonzalez, TruthOut)

Here are the words Donald Trump should have used if he really wanted to condemn white nationalists (Josh Greenman, New York Daily News)

Here's how the political press is normalizing the profoundly and historically abnormal Trump (Bob Cesca, The Daily Banter)

How the so-called "alt-right" went from the fringe to the White House (Sara Rathod, Mother Jones)

How white people can support people of color now (Hannah Giorgis, BuzzFeed)

I don't understand why you don't understand why Trump got elected (J.B. Akers, The Daily Dot)

An insider's view: The dark rigidity of fundamentalist rural America (Forsetti's Justice, AlterNet)

It's time to start calling out Nazis for being Nazis (Charles Pulliam-Moore, Fusion)

Jeff Sessions accused of retaliation after claims of racism cost him a judgeship (Jon Swaine, Oliver Laughland, The Guardian)

John Edgar Wideman: Making sense of American darkness (John Edgar Wideman, Literary Hub)

Joy Behar nails exactly what the media got wrong covering Nazi who gave "Hail Trump!" salute (Video, Kyle Becker, Independent Journal Review)

Keith Ellison supports BDS and admires Louis Farrakhan. So why are Jewish Democrats supporting him for chairman of the DNC? (Jeff Ballabon, Tablet)

LA Times and Mother Jones under fire for glamorizing white supremacist (Masha Froliak, Heatstreet)

The Latino voting surge that never happened (John O'Sullivan, National Review)

Leading US Jewish group calls on president-elect Trump to come out stronger against neo-Nazi supporters (Barney Breen-Portnoy, The Algemeiner)

Let's call the alt-right movement what it is: Racist, white nationalism (Joseph D. Lyons, Bustle)

'Let's party like it's 1933': Inside the alt-right world of Richard Spencer (John Woodrow Cox, Chicago Tribune)

Listening to Trump (Christian Parenti, Jacobin)

Listen to Steve Bannon defending the racist alt-right one week before joining Trump campaign (Miranda Blue, RIght Wing Watch)

A literary guide to understanding tyrannies and dictatorships (Masha Gessen, Out)

Meet the intolerant vulgarians of the dirtbag Left (John Daniel Davidson, The Federalist)

MSNBC's Hall explains how white nationalists use term "alt-right" as a "marketing campaign" to improve their image (Video, Media Matters)

Nazi salutes "done in a spirit of irony and exuberance," alt-right leader says (Joshua Barajas, PBS Newshour)

Nazi salutes near the White House: Our view (Leder, USA Today)

Nearly 50 British university academics sign open letter demanding MILO ban (Charlie Nash, Breitbart)

New York sees surge of swastika vandalism since the election (Barbara Demick, Los Angeles Times)

The Obama "legacy" (Conrad Black, National Review)

The push for sanctuary campuses prompts more questions than answers (Emily DeRuy, The Atlantic)

Rethinking America's "dark ghettos" (Alana Semuels, The Atlantic)

Roland Martin confronts white nationalist Richard Spencer on NewsOne Now (Video, NewsOne Now)

Roxane Gay's Black Panther prequel gives women a story in the world of Wakanda (Shea Hennum, The A.V. Club)

Saving academic freedom from Trump's "post-truth" nation (Andre Perry, Washington Monthly)

Simply repealing Obamacare will hurt the white working class (Vann R. Newkirk II, The Atlantic)

Some U.S. soldiers share extremely blunt thoughts on commander-in-chief Donald Trump (Hamilton Nolan, Deadspin)

The Standing Rock resistance is unprecedented (It's also centuries old) (Leah Donnella, Code Switch, NPR)

Standing Rock: What makes a person join the pipeline protest? (John Hult (The Argus Leader, Sioux Falls, South Dakota), USA Today)

Stephen Bannon is no anti-Semite (Ben Cohen, The Detroit News)

Team Trump offers vague rebuke to white-supremacist gathering (Steve Benen, MSNBC)

Texans living near the border say Donald Trump’s wall is unwelcome (Frank Bajak (Associated Press), TIME)

Thanksgiving, a celebration of inequality (Leigh Eric Schmidt, The Atlantic)

There's a federal database of undocumentd immigrants like me. Don't let Trump get it. (Julián Gustavo Gómez, The Washington Post)

There's no better term for the alt-right than alt-right (Osia Nwanevu, Slate)

A time for treason (The New Inquiry)

Trump condemns the alt-right, but its ally is still down the hall (David French, National Review)

Trump defends Bannon, Breitbart (Matthew Nussbaum, Politico)

Trump disavows alt-right in New York Times interview (Dan Cooney, Kristen Doerer, PBS Newshour)

Trump disavows the alt-right (Brent Griffiths, Politico)

Trump disavows the white nationalist "alt-right" but defends Steve Bannon hire (Video, Amber Jamieson, The Guardian)

Trump: I don't want to "energize" alt-right movement (Video, Lisa Hagen, The Hill)

Trump: I never would have hired Bannon if he were "alt-right" (Jeremy Stahl, Slate)

Trump needs to stop denouncing nutcases every time the media heads to the fainting couches (Jazz Shaw, Hot Air)

The Trump phenomenon (Video, Brian C. Anderson, Aaron M. Renn, City Journal)

Trump professes ignorance of the "alt-right" - despite hiring one of its leaders (Josh Harkinson, Mother Jones)

Trump responds to amorous neo-Nazi supporters: Nothing to see here (Abigail Tracy, Vanity Fair)

Trump spokesman, alt-right leader, restaurant deal with Nazi-style salutes (Jeremy Lott, Washington Examiner)

Trump's silence on Nazi salute says a lot about him and elected Republicans (Chris Edelson, MarketWatch)

Trump’s Twitterfests are meant to further the culture wars that helped win him the presidency (Cathleen Decker, Los Angeles Times)

Trump team condemns "racism" without addressing pro-Trump event with Nazi salutes (JTA, Jewish Journal)

Trump victory brings "alt-right" into full view (Jay Reeves, Associated Press)

US President-elect Donald Trump condemns racist "alt-right" (Deutsche Welle, Tyskland)

Was the 2012 Republican autopsy wrong? (Stuart Rothenberg, The Washington Post)

The West's major cities are a bulwark against the tide of right-wing nationalism (Ishaan Tharoor, The Washington Post)

What is the alt right? Meaning and definition of extreme nationalist group supporting Donald Trump (Video, Juliana Rose Pignataro, International Business Times)

What it's really like when a prisoner "lifer" gets a new shot at life (Shawna Kenney, Narratively)

What on earth happened on November 8? (Michael Novak, National Review)

What the conventional wisdom about Trump and working-class whites gets wrong (Zack Beauchamp, Vox)

The War on the Poor: Donald Trump's win opens the door to Paul Ryan's vision for America (Dylan Matthews, Vox)

What next? White supremacists in suits and ties in Washington (Lacy MacAuley, Common Dreams)

What to call the alt-right (John E. McIntyre, The Baltimore Sun)

What you need to know about the alt-right (Raquel Reichard, Latina)

White nationalists? Alt-right? If you see a Nazi, say Nazi (Lindy West, The Guardian)

White nationalists "hail" Trump with Nazi salutes - and team Trump shrugs (Video, Joe Conason, The National Memo)

White nationalists see Trump as their troll in chief. Is he with them? (A.J. Vicens, Mother Jones)

White nationalist to alt-right leader: "Knock it off!" with the Nazi stuff (Gideon Resnick, The Daily Beast)

Who is Richard Spencer? Here's what you need to know about the founder of the alt-right. (Chris Walker, Mic)

Why alt-right leaders love Donald Trump and hail him as their president (Namrata Tripathi, International Business Times)

Why black voters in Milwaukee weren't enthused by Hillary Clinton (Jesse Singel, New York Magazine)

Why Hillary Clinton lost the white women's vote (Linda Feldmann, The Christian Science Monitor)

Why identity politics didn't energize women for Hillary (Alyssa Bornhorst, The Federalist)


20 lessons from the 20th century on how to survive in Trump's America (Timothy Snyder, In These Times)

After Trump's victory, undocumented families face racial aggression, find support in St. Louis (Jenny Simeone, St. Louis Public Radio)

The "alt-right" is a hate movement, and it's scarier than you think (Eliot Nelson, The Huffington Post)

The alt-right is spouting white nationalism and doing Hitler salutes in Washington - but dressed nice, so let's take it's members seriously! (Brendan Gauthier, Salon)

America has healed before - or have we? (Greg Toppo, USA Today)

America must halt the frightening rise of white nationalism (Leder, Newsday)

America's real hate-crime epidemic is killing cops (Leder, New York Post)

Are white nationalists neo-Nazis? Alt-right "Hail, Trump!" speech blurs lines (Mike Moffitt, SF Gate, San Francisco)

Armed white supremacists clash with counter-protesters at Texas Capitol during unveiling of Black History Monument (Candice Bernd, TruthOut)

As Trump builds his authoritarian presidency, echoes of 1930s Germany and 1950s McCarthyism abound (Steven Rosenfeld, AlterNet)

"Black America since MLK" (Cal Thomas, The Washington Times)

Black Lives Matter onstage (Hilton Als, The New Yorker)

Black wealth in the age of Trump (Gillian B. White, The Atlantic)

Brace yourself for four years of nonstop freakoutrage (Kurt Schlichter, Town Hall)

Can anything stop the confirmation of Jeff Sessions? (Dahlia Lithwick, Slate)

Civil rights groups call on Trump to denounce racism of alt-right (Alan Rappeport, The New York Times)

College Trump supporters: “We’re the new counterculture” (Katie J.M. Baker, BuzzFeed)

Dakota Access pipeline: 300 protesters injured after police use water cannons (Julia Carrie Wong, The Guardian)

The dangers of anti-Trumpism (Cinzia Arruzza, Jacobin)

D.C. restaurant apologizes after hosting alt-right dinner with "Sieg Heil salute" (Justin Wm. Moyer, The Washington Post)

Democrats honed the dog whistle of racism on Sessions (Charles Hurt, The Washington Times)

Dems wonder if "identity politics" did them in (Video, Al Weaver, Washington Examiner)

Donald Trump's campaign responds to the "Heil Trump" video & here's why it's not nearly enough (Maya Parthasarathy, Bustle)

Donald Trump's national security adviser Michael Flynn says Islam is "like a cancer" (Mattathias Schwartz, The Intercept)

Donald Trump's urgent need for criminal justice reform (David Unsworth, PanAmPost)

Dylann Roof hate crime trial hinges on judge's decision in his competence to stand trial (Aaron Morrison, Mic)

The electoral college was meant to stop men like Trump from being president (Peter Beinart, The Atlantic)

Everyone who's horny for the neo-Nazi movement's poster boy should be ashamed (Katherine Krueger, Fusion)

Four things evangelical Trump supporters should keep in mind (Terrance Green, The Dallas Morning News)

"Hail Trump!": White nationalists salute the president-elect (Daniel Lombroso, Yoni Appelbaum, The Atlantic)

"Hamilton" actor on the cast’s speech for Pence: "There’s nothing to apologize for" (Video, Amy B. Wang, The Washington Post)

Hardball's Chris Matthews identifies the "alt-right" as "a group of white nationalists -- that's what they are" (Video, Media Matters)

Hayden Szeto on Edge of Seventeen, and why he doesn't want to make Asian-American representation his "thing" (E. Alex Jung, Vulture)

"Heil Trump": Members of the alt-right are looking forward to a whiter America (Wilbert L. Cooper, Vice)

The heiress quietly shaping Trump's operation (Kenneth P. Vogel, Politico)

Here's why progressives lose their minds when they lose elections (David Danford, The Federalist)

Hitler salutes and white supremacism: a weekend with the "alt-right" (Adam Gabbatt, The Guardian)

How could Obama voters go for Trump? (Chris Bodenner, The Atlantic)

Howie Carr: Democrats, the Kennedys, and antisemitism (Howie Carr, Breitbart)

How did the media handle the white nationalist celebration in Washington? (Jason Linkins, The Huffington Post)

How mayors across the U.S. are defying Donald Trump on immigration (Josh Sanburn, TIME)

How the fight against "normalizing" the Trump presidency could totally backfire (Dara Lind, Vox)

I drove 14,000 miles in search of what Americans have in common (Lucille Scott, Vice)

I friended a bunch of Trump voters. It's been a fascinating week. (James West, Mother Jones)

Inside the "war room" as Breitbart CEO claims "smear campaign from mainstream" (Paul Bond, The Hollywood Reporter)

I organized for justice for black people under Obama. Here's my plan for Trump's presidency (Derecka Purnell, Vox)

Jeff Sessions: Trump's attorney general pick accused of racial slur in 1981 (Jon Swaine, The Guardian)

KING: The alt-right movement goes full Nazi as Steve Bannon prepares to enter the White House (Shaun King, New York Daily News)

Keith Ellison: More swamp creatures under Trump (Dan Spencer, Red State)

A leading white nationalist says it plainly: Trump's victory was about white identity (Zack Beauchamp, Vox)

Long live the emperor! (Tale, Richard B. Spencer, Radix Journal)

A majority-immigrant church, vandalized with "Trump nation/whites only," becomes a site of resistance (Dave Zirin, The Nation)

"Make America White Again": how US racial politics led to the election of Donald Trump (Lola Adesioye, New Statesman, UK)

Meet Robert Mercer, the mysterious billionaire benefactor of Breitbart (Max Kutner, Newsweek)

Meet the neo-Nazi whom Steve Bannon's site described as a leading "intellectual" (Jeremy Stahl, Slate)

Michael Che on "Black Jeopardy," political correctness, and the role of comedy during a Trump presidency (Jesse David Fox, Vulture)

Mike Pence is right about "Hamilton" cast lecturing him: That's what freedom sounds like (Robert Tracinski, The Federalist)

Neo-Nazis like Richard Spencer dress up their racism, and the media is taking the bait (Jack Smith IV, Mic)

Obama created a deportation machine. Soon it will be Trump's (Daniel Denvir, The Guardian)

On the front lines of the overdose epidemic in Baltimore (Dan Vergano, BuzzFeed)

On the internment of my grandfather (Katharine Trendacosta, Jezebel)

Pence repeats Trump's view of what American people think: "Who cares?" (Joe Lapointe, New York Observer)

Police defend use of water cannons on Dakota Access protesters in freezing weather (Video, Derek Hawkins, The Washington Post)

Police launch hours-long attack on Dakota Access Pipeline resistance, injure three hundred (Kevin Gosztola, Shadowproof)

Police sprayed North Dakota Access Pipeline protesters with a "water cannon" in freezing weather (Rebecca Harrington, Business Insider)

Predictive policing isn't about the future (Logan Koepke, Slate)

Reince Priebus, normalizer in chief (Mark Leibovich, The New York Times Magazine)

Remembering the US soldiers who refused orders to murder Native Americans at Sand Creek (Billy J. Stratton, The Conversation)

The renewed relevance of "Hamilton" (Rebecca Mead, The New Yorker)

Resisting the new normal of a Trump presidency (Rebecca Gordon, The Nation)

Savage world (Amos Barshad, The Fader)

She beat Bush on Muslim deportations. She expects to do same with Trump. (Rob Hotakainen, McClatchy DC)

The signal sent by picking Jeff Sessions for attorney general (Garett Epps, The Atlantic)

The spread of Islamophobia via the Christian right (Nancy LeTourneau, Washington Monthly)

Standing Rock police attack protesters again: "He just smiled and shot both my kneecaps" (Holly Devon, The Daily Beast)

Standing Rock protest: hundreds clash with police over Dakota Access Pipeline (Julia Carrie Wong, The Guardian)

Stop calling them the "alt-right" (Brendan O'Connor, Jezebel)

Thanksgiving and the myth of Native American "savages" (John Horgan, Scientific American)

Thanksgiving, the pilgrims' American Jewish holiday (Ed Simon, Tablet)

"That statement is so weak": David Gergen brutally hammers Trump response to neo-Nazi supporters (Video, Erin Corbett, Raw Story)

This Heil Trump video is a disturbing reminder that hate cannot be ignored (Seth Millstein, Bustle)

This isn't normal (Vice News)

This Thanksgiving, a lot of Americans won't want to - and can't afford to - politely avoid politics (Jenée Desmond-Harris, Vox)

Trial to expose "street files" used by police to hide evidence years ago (Jason Meisner, Chicago Tribune)

The trouble with Keith Ellison (Scott W. Johnson, The Weekly Standard)

Trump election boosts European populists (Der Spiegel, Tyskland)

Trump issues tepid response to chilling Nazi salutes in his honor (Marina Fang, The Huffington Post)

Trump: Making America white again (Charles M. Blow, The New York Times)

Trump's first promises since winning the election leave out the border wall, NAFTA and his Muslim ban (Video, Noah Bierman, Tracy Wilkinson, Los Angeles Times)

Trump's Hamilton outburst ignores the theater's history as a place for political protest (Constance Grady, Vox)

Trump's supposed "Muslim registry" is just more fake news (Rich Lowry, New York Post)

"Ultimate act of cowardice": Three officers in 3 cities targeted and shot, one fatally (Video, Katie Mettler, The Washington Post)

Valeria Luiselli: This is how the world ends? (Valeria Luiselli, Literary Hub)

The very liberal views of the leading DNC chairman contender (Fred Lucas, The Daily Signal)

Veterans are planning a "deployment" to Standing Rock to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline (Adam Linehan (Task & Purpose), Business Insider)

We are all deplorables (Chris Hedges, TruthDig)

What can stop Trump? These groups are going to find out (John Knefel, TruthOut)

"White Nationalism," explained (Amanda Taub, The New York Times)

White nationalist alt-righter claims "Hail Trump" comments were "ironic" (Video, Hallie Jackson, Tim Stelloh, NBC News)

White nationalists may find a home under Trump presidency (Video, Jacob Jones, Newsy)

White supremacists celebrate Trump's election, call for ban on "non-European" immigration (Alex Emmons, The Intercept)

Why Obama will be a different ex-president (Martin Longman, Washington Monthly)

Why punishing criminals can be more merciful than "rehabilitation" (Ryan Hammill, The Federalist)

Why stories about aliens are always stories about humanity (Charles Bramesco, The Verge)

Why the country is having a big debate about empathy after Donald Trump's election (German Lopez, Vox)

Why the NY cast of "Hamilton" was right. And the Chicago disrupter wrong. (Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune)

Young Barack Obama on identity, the search for a coherent self, and how polarizing identity politics fragment our wholeness (Maria Popova, Brain Pickings)


Afro-Latinos in Texas proud of identity, history, languages (Olivia P. Tallet (Associated Post), The Washington TImes)

Alt-right exults in Donald Trump's election with a salute: "Heil victory" (Joseph Goldstein, The New York Times)

Alt-right gathers in D.C. to celebrate Trump's win, protest rages outside (Rachel Vorona Cote, Jezebel)

The alt-right just held a white supremacist conference in Washington, D.C. (Chris Tognotti, The Daily Dot)

The anti-Trump resistance takes shape: "Government's supposed to fear us" (Chris McGreal, The Guardian)

Byron York: Attorney General Jeff Sessions is Democrats' nightmare (Byron York, Washington Examiner)

Dear hard-working white people: Congratulations, you played yourself (D. Watkins, Salon)

Donald Trump's election means we need a third Reconstruction in America (Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, In These Times)

Energized by Trump's win, white nationalists gather to "change the world" (Jessica Taylor, NPR)

First look at Trump's 'great again' America disturbing (Milton W. Hinton Jr.,, New Jersey)

For the "new yellow journalists," opportunity comes in clicks and bucks (Terrence McCoy, The Washington Post)

"Hamilton" duel: Addressing the president-elect on his own blunt terms (Video, Ben Brantley, The New York Times)

The Hamilton-Pence incident was more than just a distraction (Mark Harris, Vulture)

Here are 6 despicable things President-Elect Trump has done in the last week alone (Janet Allon (AlterNet), Raw Story)

How the archaeological review behind the Dakota Access Pipeline went wrong (Chip Colwell, The Conversation)

How the left created Trump (Rob Hoffman, Politico Magazine)

The Jewish community's shameful silence on Donald Trump (Ben Ratskoff, The Allgemeiner, Tyskland)

Kanye West calls out Beyoncé, Jay Z, Hillary Clinton, & Barack Obama before cutting Sacramento show short (Peter Helman, Stereogum)

KKK & kooky karikatures of konservatives (Dave Armstrong, Patheos)

Not in our town (Henry Grabar, Slate)

An open letter to my fellow straight white men... (Mike Robbins, The Good Men Project)

The personality of political correctness (Scott Barry Kaufman, Scientific American)

Post-election, liberals invoke states' rights (Jelani Cobb, The New Yorker)

Post-election, overwhelmed Facebook users unfriend, cut back (Alina Selyukh, NPR)

Rare photos of black activism from the 60s (Chase Hall, Vice)

"Sanctuary" means career criminals can run and hide (Debra Saunders, Real Clear Politics)

Sharpton: Sessions pick, proof GOP is just "appealing" to bigots (Nicholas Fondacaro, NewsBusters)

Shaw: City Hall "allergic as ever" to transparency (Andy Shaw, Chicago Sun-Times)

Teaching 1984 in 2016 (Andrew Simmons, The Atlantic)

Team Trump's message: The clash of civilizations is back (Michael Hirsh, Politico Magazine)

Tomgram: Rebecca Gordon, No "new normal" (Rebecca Gordon,

The triumph of the chickens (John Yau, Hyperallergic)

White nationalist injured in anti-fascist protest at Washington DC (Video, Fiona Keating, International Business Times)

Why some protests succeed while others fail (Jesse Singal, New York Magazine)


After Trump win, the alt-right prepares for an unexpected future (Rosie Gray, BuzzFeed)

Alt-right celebrates Trump’s election at D.C. meeting (Katie Glueck, Politico)

Alt-right leaders praise Sessions as attorney general pick (David Weigel, The Washington Post)

Breitbart may need to reveal business structure to secure Capitol Hill press credentials (Hadas Gold, Politico)

The complicated racial past of Jeff Sessions (Patrik Jonsson, The Christian Science Monitor)

David Brooks: Trump will exacerbate racial tensions seen in "past few weeks, few months, few years" (Video, Ian Schwartz, Real Clear Politics)

A deadly question (Abbie Vansickle, The Atlantic)

Donald Trump's attorney general nominee wrote off nearly all immigrants from an entire country (Video, Sam Stein, Amanda Terkel, The Huffington Post)

Hamilton's message to Pence: Was it harassment? (Læserbreve samlet af Chris Bodenner, The Atlantic)

"Hamilton" to Pence: "We are the diverse America who are alarmed" (Jessica Taylor, NPR)

Immigrants who came to U.S. as children fear deportation under Trump (Julia Preston, Jennifer Medina, The New York Times)

"I will fall on the sword & take your tickets": Calls to #BoycottHamilton met with mockery (Video, Amy B. Wang, The Washington Post)

Last night's "Hamilton" performance showed us how far we have to go (Gracy Olmstead, The Federalist)

Obama loyalists plot Trump resistance (Sarah Wheaton, Politico)

People are trolling Mike Pence by making up musicals about him (Julia Reinstein)

The politics of hope: Donald Trump as an entrepreneur of identity (Stephen Reicher, S. Alexander Haslam, Scientific American)

Protesters try to confront white nationalists in D.C. for conference (John Woodrow Cox, The Washington Post)

The real secret to Asian American success was not education (Jeff Guo, The Washington Post)

The Tea Party movement is alive and well - and we saw Trump coming (Jenny Beth Martin, Politico Magazine)

Thousands of mourners celebrate Gwen Ifill's tenacity and grace (Yamiche Alcindor, The New York Times)

"Vote shaming" Trump supporters is fair. What they have done is shameful (Jessica Valenti, The Guardian)

White nationalists celebrate "an awakening" after Donald Trump's victory (Alan Rappeport, Noah Weiland, The New York Times)

White nationalists celebrate Trump's victory and early appointments (Pema Levy, Mother Jones)

Why I find the black community's response to Trump's election a little embarassing (Jeremy Hunt, Fox News)

Why the "Hamilton" dust-up matters (Rod Dreher, The American Conservative)

Will Donald Trump require Muslims to enter national registry? Transition team proposal sparks constitutionality debate (Video, Chris Riotta, International Business Times)


5 points on Trump's anti-Muslim national security adviser Michael Flynn (Allegra Kirkland, Talking Points Memo)

7 big areas where Jeff Sessions could change policy at DOJ (Danny Vinik, Politico)

The ADL's "Never Is Now" conference on anti-Semitism was certainly timely (Ellie Shechet, Jezebel)

Alabama police officer indicted on murder charge (Video, Ralph Ellis, CNN)

As Trump rises, so do some hands waving Confederate battle flags (Richard Fausset, The New York Times)

Beware the liberal thought police (Damon Linker, The Week)

Civil rights advocates praise Jeff Sessions for protecting black American workers (Julia Hahn, Breitbart)

Civics lessons from the 2016 election (Emily Deruy, Alia Wong, Hayley Glatter, The Atlantic)

Colorado voters on the verge of keeping slavery exception in state constitution (Daniel Victor, The New York Times)

Donald Trump chooses Jeff Sessions for attorney-general (Lexington, The Economist)

Donald Trump selects Senator Jeff Sessions for attorney general (Eric Lichtblau, Maggie Haberman, Ashley Parker, The New York Times)

Donald Trump's plan to purge the nation (Leder, The New York Times)

The end of identity liberalism (Mark Lilla, The New York Times)

Five lessons from the campaign that surprised everyone (David Lauter, Los Angeles Times)

For many black leaders, charges in Philando Castile death a surprise, relief (Frederick Melo, St. Paul Pioneer Press, Minnesota)

"Gay and Mexican — everything Donald Trump Hates": In the streets with the working-class resistance (Arun Gupta, Raw Story)

George Takei: They interned my family. Don't let them do it to Muslims. (George Takei, The Washington Post)

Government by the worst men (Jamelle Bouie, Slate)

A government of, by, and for the deplorables (Adele M. Stan, The American Prospect)

Hate crimes against Muslims spiked 67 percent last year (Brandon Ellington Patterson, Mother Jones)

Hate crimes, hoaxes, and hyperbole (Elizabeth Nolan Brown,

Hidden Ipsos poll: Public strongly backs Donald Trump's plan to "pause" legal immigration (Neil Munro, Breitbart)

A hiker wore a bandanna for sun protection. Then she found an anti-Muslim note on her car. (Sarah Larimer, The Washington Post)

House Democrats lament blue-collar collapse (Maggie Severns, Theodoric Meyer, Politico)

How the Democrats can fight back against white-nationalist America (T.A. Frank, Vanity Fair)

How the Trump campaign built an identity database and used Facebook ads to win the election (Joel Winston, Medium)

In Alabama, Jeff Sessions desegregated schools and got the death penalty for KKK murderer (Updated) (Mark Hemingway, The Weekly Standard)

I take this election personally (Nancy Gertner, The Boston Globe)

Jeff Sessions as attorney general: An insult to justice (Leder, The New York Times)

Jeff Sessions' nomination as attorney general alarms civil libertarians (Issie Lapowsky, Andy Greenberg, Wired)

Jeff Sessions, Trump’s attorney general pick, would be a massive setback for civil rights (German Lopez, Vox)

Jesus wept: How can you call yourself a Christian if you voted for Donald Trump? (Lily Burana, Salon)

Justice is served by the appointment of Jeff Sessions (Video, Ed Rogers, The Washington Post)

Liberals should stop ranting and seek out silent Trump voters like me (Anonym, The Federalist)

Listeners: Two recent interviews are "normalizing hate speech" (Elizabeth Jensen, NPR)

The man who would not be president (Roger Cohen, The New York Times)

Minnesota cop who killed Philando Castile released on own recognizance (Video, Janel Klein, Julia Jacobo, ABC News)

MSNBC grills Trump data guru Brad Parscale: Did you use voter suppression, "voter depression?" (Video, Ian Schwartz, Real Clear Politics)

Muslim Americans speak of escalating worries (Richard Pérez-Peña, Laurie Goodstein, The New York Times)

National Public Radio falsely links Breitbart to white separatists (Joel B. Pollak, Breitbart)

"None of the old rules apply": Dave Eggers travels through post-election America (Dave Eggers, The Guardian)

"No reasonable officer would have used deadly force": Charges in the police shooting of Philando Castile remind us of the potential for police brutality in Trump's America (Chauncey DeVega (Salon), AlterNet)

Officer indicted on murder charge in Greg Gunn death (Kelsey Davis, Montgomery Advertiser, Alabama)

The President and the bomb (Alex Wellerstein, The Nuclear Secrecy Blog)

Rattling the cages (Dan Berger, Jacobin)

Remember when Trump's attorney general pick was too racist to be a judge? (Callie Beusman, Gabby Bess, Broadly (Vice))

The return of American nationalism (John Fonte, John O'Sullivan, National Review)

Ringside with Steve Bannon at Trump Tower as the president-elect's strategist plots "an entirely new political movement" (Exclusive) (Michael Wolff, The Hollywood Reporter)

Sessions pick as AG could spark exodus from civil rights division (Josh Gerstein, Politico)

So much for American exceptionalism: Stephen Prothero (Stephen Prothero, USA Today)

Southwest of Salem: How four wrongfully convicted Latina lesbians survived a witchhunt (Yvonne, Autostraddle)

Steve Bannon on politics as war (Kimberley A. Strassel, The Wall Street Journal)

Talking to young people about Trump, with lessons from Gwen Ifill (Charlayne Hunter-Gault, The New Yorker)

The total Trumpism of Jeff Sessions, attorney general nominee (Amy Davidson, The New Yorker)

Trump appointees endorsed link between Islam and radicalism (Michael Crowley, Nahal Toosi, Politico)

The Trump era is already a disaster for civil rights (Scott Lemieux, New Republic)

Trump intends to keep his most frightening promises (Jeet Heer, New Republic)

Trump probably did better with Latino voters than Romney did (Harry Enten, FiveThirtyEight)

Trump's CIA choice riles civil liberties crowd (Martin Matishak, Kyle Cheney, Politico)

Trump's first three appointees sound a lot like him, and that's troubling (Leder, Los Angeles Times)

Trump's security picks deepen Muslim worries about an anti-Islamic White House (Joby Warrick, Abigail Hauslohner, The Washington Post)

Trump turns to his right flank to fill national security posts (Julie Hirschfeld Davis, The New York Times)

Vengeance is mine (Dan O'Sullivan, Jacobin)

Vox Sentences: How racist is too racist to get confirmed to the Cabinet? We’re about to find out! (Dara Lind, Dylan Matthews, Vox)

"We could see more and more divisions" (Klaus Brinkbäumer, Sonia Seymour Mikich, Der Spiegel, Tyskland)

"We Have an Obligation To Fight This Madness" (Dave Zirin, The Nation)

We’re heading into dark times. This is how to be your own light in the Age of Trump (Sarah Kendzior, The Correspondent)

What can we expect from national security adviser Michael Flynn? We're in uncharted territory with president-elect Trump (Fred Kaplan, Slate)

What Obama got right (Jonathan Rauch, The Atlantic)

What Trump voters want now (Michael Kruse, Politico Magazine)

What will remain of Obama's legacy? (Klaus Brinkbäumer, Holger Stark, Der Spiegel, Tyskland)

What you need to know about attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions (Fred Lucas, The Daily Signal)

White men dominate Trump’s early staff selections (Andrew Restuccia, Politico)

White Montgomery police officer indicted for murder of unarmed black man (Kent Faulk,, Alabama)

Who is Jeff Sessions? 12 things you need to know about the Alabama senator (Helin Jung, Cosmopolitan)

Will Jeff Sessions roll back civil-rights protection? (Adam Serwer, The Atlantic)

With Donald Trump's election, has the American 'experiment' run its course? (Tom Engelhardt, Open Democracy)

With national security choices, Trump builds team to bulldoze status quo (Matt Apuzzo, Mark Landler, The New York Times)


10 things we learned about Trump adviser Steve Bannon from this recently surfaced speech (Tara Golshan, Vox)

10 violent actions against Trump supporters (John Hayward, Breitbart)

A 40-year friendship forged by the challenges of busing (Thomas Maffai, The Atlantic)

Advice from Angela Davis in the aftermath of the election (Maya Dukmasova, Chicago Reader)

America's surprising views on income inequality (Maria Konnikova, The New Yorker)

Are Democrats over-learning the lessons of Trump's victory? (Alex Shephard, New Republic)

The battle over Adult Swim's alt-right TV show (David Sims, The Atlantic)

Blue-collar voters launch hand grenade into Washington (Tidligere kongresmedlemmer Tim Roemer (D-Indiana), Zach Wamp (R-Tennessee), The Hill)

Colson Whitehead at National Book Awards: "Be kind to everybody, make art, and fight the power" (Video, Stav Ziv, Newsweek)

Cultural Appropriation: Whose culture is it anyway, and what about hybridity? (Sonya Hallett, Medium)

Dear president-elect: Chicago grade schoolers write letters to Trump (Michael Miner, Chicago Reader)

“The death of the optimism of an entire generation”: College students react to Trump’s election (Olivia Adams, In These Times)

Democrats are the party of denial (Cliston Brown, New York Observer)

Donald Trump may have won—but this is no right-wing revolution (Mike Davis, In These Times)

A dying mule always kicks the hardest (Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II,

Eighty-one percent of white evangelicals voted for Donald Trump. Why? (Katherine Stewart, The Nation)

Empathy isn’t a favor I owe white Trump voters. It has to go both ways. (Baratunde Thurston, Vox)

For white nationalists, Trump win a dream come true, says alt-right leader from Dallas (Caleb Downs, The Dallas Morning News)

Franken urges Trump "to appeal to America's better angels" and reject Stephen Bannon (Video, Pam Key, Breitbart)

Friends, activists, cops react to charges in Philando Castile shooting (Liz Sawyer, Minneapolis Star Tribune)

From hate speech to fake news: The content crisis facing Mark Zuckerberg (Radio, Aarti Shahani, Morning Edition, NPR)

From the horse's mouth: Key founder of "alt-right" movement describes hateful white nationalist agenda (Sarah Lazare, AlterNet)

The gathering storm of protest against Trump (Evan Osnos, The New Yorker)

Gifts for people who need a hero who isn't another white guy (Rob Bricken, Gizmodo)

The good guys matter (Ashley C. Ford, Medium)

GOP learning wrong lessons from Trump win, Republicans fear (Katie Glueck, Politico)

The great settling down (Claude S. Fischer, Aeon)

Hate on the rise after Trump's election (Alexis Okeowo, The New Yorker)

History strikes back (Rich Lowry, Politico Magazine)

How alarmed should American Jews be right now? Two Jews kibitz (Jesse Singal, Jonathan Chait, New York Magazine)

How the election revealed the divide between city and country (Ronald Brownstein, The Atlantic)

"I can't keep my brother out of jail, and that hurts" (Juleyka Lantigua-Williams, The Atlantic)

Inequality, market chaos and angry voters (Der Spiegel, Tyskland)

The infuriating history of white women voting against women's rights (Amanda Arnold, Broadly (Vice))

In segregated classrooms, students struggle to understand a Trump victory (Sierra Mannie, Washington Monthly)

Is racism a disease? (Rebecca Onion, Slate)

Is the slide into tribal politics inevitable? (Brendan Nyhan, The New York Times)

"It's just another way of killing our people" (Nidhi Subbaraman, BuzzFeed)

Japanese American internment is "precedent" for national Muslim registry, prominent Trump backer (Video, Derek Hawkins, The Washington Post)

J.D. Vance, the false prophet of blue America (Sarah Jones, New Republic)

Jon Stewart: "Hypocrisy" for Left to think everybody who voted for Trump is a racist (Video, Ian Schwartz, Real Clear Politics)

Jon Stewart offers perspective on the election of Donald Trump (Video, Ryan Bort, Newsweek)

Kamala Harris talks about her plans for dealing with Donald Trump’s agenda (Sean Cockerham, McClatchy DC)

Larry Summers: ‘Political correctness’ has become a codeword for hate (Lawrence H. Summers, The Washington Post)

Meet Kris Kobach, the right-wing "extremist" who could become Trump's Attorney General (John Surico, Vice)

Michael Flynn's son and chief of staff pushed conspiracy theories, obscene memes online (Video, Andrew Kaczynski, Nathan McDermott, CNN)

Michael Flynn, Trump’s new national security adviser, loves Russia as much as his boss does (Yochi Dreazen, Vox)

New lawmaker was once an undocumented immigrant (James Arkin, Real Clear Politics)

Now is the time to replace our decrepit voting machines (Lawrence Norden, Christopher Famighetti, Slate)

Obama makes the case for democracy, in the land where it was born (Uri Friedman, The Atlantic)

Obama reckons with a Trump presidency (David Remnick, The New Yorker)

Police officer charged in fatal shooting of Philando Castile (Chao Xiong, Minneapolis Star Tribune)

President-elect Donald Trump gets to work betraying his backers (Joy-Ann Reid, The Daily Beast)

Prosecutor admitted in FBI report that Englewood Four teens coerced into false confessions (Steve Mills, Todd Lighty, Chicago Tribune)

Progressives' anti-Christian bigotry helped make Trump president (David French, National Review)

The real reason Donald Trump got elected? We have a white extremism problem (Doug Saunders, The Globe and Mail, Canada)

Reimagining America (Lara Downes, The Rumpus)

Renewed support for Muslim registry called "abhorrent" (Kat Chow, Code Switch, NPR)

Resisting Trump's Islamophobic promise for America (Muna Mire, The New Inquiry)

REVEALED: The radical right-wing billionaire family behind Trump’s chief strategist Stephen Bannon (Steven Rosenfeld (AlterNet), Raw Story)

Rudy Giuliani: divisive New York past has many in fear of Trump cabinet post (Spencer Ackerman, Lois Beckett, Jamiles Lartey, The Guardian)

San Francisco teachers union lesson plan calls President-elect Donald Trump "racist," "sexist" (Meg Wagner, New York Daily News)

'There's nothing wrong with being white.' Trump's win brings 'white pride' out of the shadows (Jaweed Kaleem, Los Angeles Times)

This all seems very familiar, say Philly Holocaust survivors (David Gambacorta, Philadelphia Magazine)

Trump camp’s talk of registry and Japanese internment raises Muslims’ fears (Video, Jonah Engel Bromwich, The New York Times)

Trump’s election is actually a return to normal racial politics. Here’s why. (Philip A. Klinkner, Rogers M. Smith, The Washington Post)

Trump's Muslim registry wouldn't be illegal, constitutional law experts say (Louis Nelson, Politico)

Trump’s pick for national security adviser brings experience and controversy (Video, Greg Miller, The Washington Post)

Trump’s win has already boosted stocks of private prison companies (Peter Moskowitz, Broadly (Vice))

Undocumented in a red state and asking, "What now?" (Sarah Stillman, The New Yorker)

An unsung hero in the story of interracial marriage (David Muto, The New Yorker)

Urban and rural America are becoming increasingly polarized (Lazaro Gamio, The Washington Post)

Video shows cop punching woman in the face, but she's the one arrested for "assault" (Video, David Lohr, The Huffington Post)

Washington Post "reporter": If you ask questions about anti-Trump riots, you're a crazy conspiracy theorist (Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist)

The wave of post-election hate reportedly sweeping the nation, explained (Jenée Desmond-Harris, Vox)

"We're not going away": Alt-right leader on voice in Trump administration (Radio, All Things Considered, NPR)

What a proper response to Trump’s fascism demands: a true ideological left (Ajay Singh Chaudhary, Quartz)

What might Trump's deportations look like? "A system that defies imagination" (Oliver Laughland, The Guardian)

White Texas teens chant ‘build that wall’ at Hispanics during high school volleyball match (Peter Holley, The Washington Post)

Why do white working-class people vote against their interests? They don’t. (Kirk Noden, The Nation)

Why Steve Bannon hates Paul Ryan (Eric Levitz, New York Magazine)

Why we shouldn't talk about "normalizing" Trump (Katy Waldman, Slate)


"Ape in heels": W.Va. mayor resigns amid controversy over racist comments about Michelle Obama (Video, Lexi Browning, Lindsey Bever, The Washington Post)

Colonies and capital (Benjamin Balthaser, Jacobin)

Complaint details moments surrounding Castile's fatal shooting (Video, CBS Minnesota)

"Confessions of a liberal urban elitist" (Chris Bodenner, The Atlantic)

The Democrats are screwing up the resistance to Donald Trump (Jamelle Bouie, Slate)

Did race or class doom Hillary Clinton? (Joan Walsh, The Nation)

Donald Trump's first, alarming week as president-elect (Ryan Lizza, The New Yorker)

Donald Trump won because Hillary Clinton flopped (Karl Rove, The Wall Street Journal)

Elite liberal-arts school fired a professor after an investigation into her anti-Semitic statements on social media (Colleen Flaherty (Inside Higher Ed), Business Insider)

The exhausted epithets of the Left (George Neumayr, The American Spectator)

For white nationalists, Trump win a dream come true, says alt-right leader from Dallas (Caleb Downs, The Dallas Morning News)

Germany can protect the liberal order (Thorsten Benner, Foreign Affairs)

Harlem gives President Trump a chance (Jason L. Riley, The Wall Street Journal)

Here's what the Trump transition team thinks about Islam and Muslims (Talal Ansari, BuzzFeed)

How to get a top national security job in Trump's administration: be afraid of Muslims (Jennifer Williams, Vox)

How to resist President Donald Trump (Matt Taylor, Vice)

How Trump took middle America (Gary Younge, The Guardian)

How TV shows like 'Chicago P.D.' portray Chicago gun violence (Video, Nina Metz, Chicago Tribune)

I can't stand to think about Donald Trump (Daniel Engber, Slate)

If you didn’t see Trumpism coming, you were looking away (Siobhán McGuirk, Red Pepper, UK)

Indians, slaves, and mass murder: The hidden history (Peter Nabokov, The New York Review of Books)

It may be time to panic over Trump's personnel picks (Leder, Los Angeles Times)

It's completely ridiculous to claim Trump's voters are no good (Ben Domenech, The Federalist)

KING: Prosecutors charge cop who killed Philando Castile — then still give him special treatment (Video, Shaun King, New York Daily News)

The left can't stop using race to silence opponents (Jonah Goldberg, National Review)

Minnesota officer charged with manslaughter for fatally shooting Philando Castile during incident streamed on Facebook (Mark Berman, The Washington Post)

A new study shows that areas in the US hit hardest by trade have become more politically polarized (Elena Holodny, Business Insider)

No-show cops and dysfunctional courts keep Cook County Jail inmates waiting years for a trial (Spencer Woodman, Chicago Reader)

The Obama administration helped expose police brutality. Trump probably won’t. (German Lopez, Vox)

Officer who shot Philando Castile is charged with manslaughter (Christina Capecchi, Mitch Smith, The New York Times)

Pop culture resents "the establishment" too (Megan Garber, The Atlantic)

Responding to rural America (Martin Longman, Washington Monthly)

The revenge of the forgotten class (Alec MacGillis, Pacific Standard)

Safe spaces just makes the world more dangerous (Jonathan Helwink, The Federalist)

"Sanctuary campus" protests target Trump immigration policies (Video, Catherine E. Shoichet, Azadeh Ansari, CNN)

Shirtless Trump saves drowning kitten (Brian Phillips, MTV News)

"Shy" voters probably aren't why the polls missed Trump (Harry Enten, FiveThirtyEight)

SNL and the normalization of Donald Trump (Jack Jones, The Cornell Daily Sun, Ithaca, New York)

Specter of race shadows Jeff Sessions, potential Trump nominee for cabinet (Matt Apuzzo, The New York Times)

The Steve Bannon bogeyman (Roger Kimball, PJ Media)

Take a deep breath, leftists, your panic is making things worse (David French, National Review)

Take Trump seriously and literally (Charles Lane, The Washington Post)

There have now been more than 400 racist incidents in the U.S. since Election Day (Melissa Chan, TIME)

This is how Facebook is radicalizing you (Ryan Broderick, BuzzFeed)

Three days in America (Bryn Stole (The Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana), Brandt Williams (Minnesota Public Radio), Mitch Mitchell (Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas), Lexi Pandell (Wired), Wired)

Trump & civic empathy (Rod Dreher, The American Conservative)

Trump and the Muslim question (Asad Haider, Jacobin)

Trump reminds us the racial justice movement is growing (Rinku Sen, The Nation)

Trump understands what many miss: people don’t make decisions based on facts (Julia Belluz, Brian Resnick, Vox)

The two Americas of 2016 (Tim Wallace, The New York Times)

Urban and rural America are connected by economic refugees like me (Erin Malone, The Nation)

The US will no longer feel like a haven for Jews under Trump (Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian)

The very long, very messed-up history of white actors playing Asian characters (Kevin Wong, Complex)

Watermelon war: America's first Booker Prize novel takes on racial food slurs (Nina Martyris, NPR)

"What happens January 21?” How California’s Latino immigrants felt the week after the election. (Todd VanDerWerff, Vox)

What Philly Republicans think of Steve Bannon, Trump's alt-right-hand man (Holly Otterbein, Philadelphia Magazine)

What Trump means (Milo, Breitbart)

Why the Left should be terrified of a Trump presidency (Michael Malice, New York Observer)

Zadie Smith on male critics, appropriation, and what interests her novelistically about Trump (Isaac Chotiner, Slate)


The accidental patriots (Caitlin Fitz, The Atlantic)

Ann Coulter: Appropriate reaction to those calling Bannon anti-semitic, racist: "Screw you" (Video, Jeff Poor, Breitbart)

As crime surges, more neighborhoods are caught in its grip (Video, David Heinzmann, Chicago Tribune)

Black and Latino Democrats: It's time for new leadership (Darren Sands, Adrian Carrasquillo, BuzzFeed)

#BlackLivesMatter founders are honored by Glamour magazine (Suyin Haynes, Motto (TIME))

Black Lives Matter issues official statement on Donald Trump's election (Monique Judge, The Root)

California today: Latino power rising (Mike McPhate, The New York Times)

Chicago's Trump resistance (Ben Joravsky, Chicago Reader)

"Cities will be a powerful antidote to Donald Trump": Social scientist Benjamin Barber on the emergence of a new urban radicalism (Max de Haldevang, Quartz)

Civil rights group sees uptick in racist incidents since election (Radio, Here and Now, WBUR, Boston)

Climate advocate: Trump's racist, anti-science worldview will make 1 in 30 people worldwide refugees (Video, Democracy Now)

CNN's Jeffrey Lord: Birther attacks on President Obama's citizenship are "not racist" (Video, Media Matters)

Columbia University suspends wrestling team for racist, sexist text messages (Jacob Lauing, Mashable)

Common discusses "Black America" and mass incarceration (Jamie Maleszka, Mass Appeal)

Conservatives discover that racism is real after all (Kevin Drum, Mother Jones)

"Conviction" star Merrin Dungey on being black in America (Sulagna Misra, Fusion)

Dallas panel ponders how city's building led to racial and economic divides and what to do about it (Marc Ramirez, Dallas Morning News)

Dear America, Donald Trump winning the presidential election is not a license for racism [Opinion] (Ernest Shepard, Inquisitr)

Dear white people: What are you willing to sacrifice for a worried Muslim woman like me? (Zaineb Mohammed, Mother Jones)

Dershowitz: The hard left is very anti-semitic; Keith Ellison, Black Lives Matter inspire anti-semitism (Video, Ian Schwartz, Real Clear Politics)

Did Republicans rig the election? (Ari Berman, The Nation)

The dream - and the myth - of the "women's vote" (Amanda Hess, The New York Times Magazine)

Elizabeth Warren eviscerates Trump's crooked, racist transition team (Jen Froderman, The Daily Banter)

The end of the postracial myth (Nikole Hannah-Jones, The New York Times Magazine)

Ex-Breitbart executive brings alt-right ties to the White House (Radio, David Folkenflik, NPR)

FBI: Hate crimes against Muslims in US surge 67 percent (Al Jazeera)

Give Steve Bannon a chance. It’s not like he’s literally Joseph Goebbels. (Alexandra Petri, The Washington Post)

Glenn Beck: Americans are racist if they let Stephen Bannon into the White House (Video, Sam Reisman, Mediaite)

Government employees have a lot of thoughts about working for Donald Trump (Hamilton Nolan, The Concourse)

Gwen Ifill exposed the stupidity and racism of anti-P.C. activism long before Trump (Christina Cauterucci, Slate)

Gwen Ifill fought racism, sexism with imagination (Mary Schmich, Chicago Tribune)

Hate crimes are up - but the government isn't keeping good track of them (A.C. Thompson, Ken Schwenke, ProPublica)

Hopeful and relieved, conservative white evangelicals see Trump’s win as their own (Julie Zauzmer, The Washington Post)

How Bannon flattered and coaxed Trump on policies key to the alt-right (Video, David A. Fahrenthold, Frances Stead Sellers, The Washington Post)

How discrimination shapes parent-teacher communication (Melinda D. Anderson, The Atlantic)

How some outlets are avoiding calling Steve Bannon a racist propagandist (Jeremy Stahl, Slate)

How the NRA fed the rage that gave America Trump (Alex Yablon, Vice)

How this Chinese-American icon was erased from the Oscar-winning film she produced (Isha Aran, Fusion)

How to hold anger and summon empathy (Hallie Bateman, Lenny)

I don't want Trump to succeed. I want him to fail spectacularly. (Michael A. Cohen, The Boston Globe)

In Charleston, coming to terms with the past (Ron Stodghill, The New York Times)

Jeff Sessions in unfit for the Cabinet (Jonathan Allen, Roll Call)

Jewish historians speak out on the election of Donald Trump (Jewish Journal)

LAPD report finds racial disparity in approval and trust of police (Rebecca Hersher, NPR)

LAPD watchdog takes a long look into allegations of racial profiling (Video, Kate Mather, Los Angeles Times)

L.A.'s Latino archbishop now holds a top position among U.S. Catholics. Some think that's a shot at Trump (Matt Stevens, Los Angeles Times)

Latino voters rebuked Trump and the Republicans, but they weren't wowed by the Democrats either (Video, Mindy Romero, Los Angeles Times)

Latte city or just city? Will blacks rise or be forgotten in the new Buffalo? (Henry Louis Taylor, Jr., Belt Magazine)

"Let me not die here": For drug war prisoners like Nancy, time is running out to get clemency from Obama (Tana Ganeva (The Influence), Raw Story)

Marina Budhos on Muslim stereotypes, surveillance, and Trump's America (Aviva Stahl, Literary Hub)

Mayor in West Virginia resigns after racist Obama post (Video, John Ra (Associated Press), ABC News)

Mike Pence will be the most powerful Christian supremacist in U.S. history (Jeremy Scahill, The Intercept)

Most states spotty on reporting police use of force data (Video, Trymaine Lee, Safia Samee Ali, NBC News)

My mother saw danger in this election. She crossed state lines to try to stop it. (Greg Howard, The New York Times Magazine)

My polite privilege is racism (Stephanie Varnon-Hughes, PhD, The Huffington Post)

My scary, awkward, hopeful conversation with my dad about why he voted for Trump (Caitlin McGill, Vox)

Navarrette: Is the Latino voting bloc just a myth? It's complicated. (Ruben Navarrette, Longview News-Journal, Texas)

Old treaties and new alliances empower Native Americans (Kirk Johnson, The New York Times)

One unchangeable position: Making America white again (Leder, Final Call)

Our new terrain (Mychal Denzel Smith, GQ)

A post-election surge in hate crimes – and in kindness (Harry Bruinius, The Christian Science Monitor)

Racism and waking up to white ignorance (Matthew Tyson, Patheos)

“The racist, fascist extreme right is represented footsteps from the Oval Office”: Republicans warn of Trump presidency (Ben Norton, Salon)

Racist fliers titled 'Why white women shouldn't date black men' found on SMU campus Monday morning (Heather Leighton, Houston Chronicle, Texas)

A racist White House doesn't surprise black people (Paris, Vice)

Rash of racist school incidents demand administrators act quickly (Casey Quinlan, Think Progress)

Remembering Gwen Ifill: Trailblazer, icon, mentor and friend (Amber Payne, NBC News)

A reporter retraces his steps through Trump country (Declan Walsh, The New York Times)

Research says there are ways to reduce racial bias. Calling people racist isn't one of them. (German Lopez, Vox)

The resistance: How to defeat Donald Trump's plot against America (The Stranger, Seattle)

Rudolph Giuliani’s worldview still shaped by 9/11 attacks (Alan Feuer, Marc Santora, The New York Times)

Rush Limbaugh: Obama won re-election in 2012 because of the "racial component" (Video, Media Matters)

Samantha Bee trashes CNN and Republicans for suddenly realizing Trump pick Steve Bannon is a racist (Video, Alexandra Rosenmann, AlterNet)

Sanctuary cities defy Trump’s pledge to defund them. How he can fight back. (Josh Siegel, The Daily Signal)

Scholars find 400 new errors in "racist" textbook revamp (Patrick Michels, The Texas Observer)

Screw your feelings (Aleksandar Hemon, Slate)

Sessions, now up for AG, once rejected from judgeship for racist remarks (Esme Cribb, Talking Points Memo)

Should post-election racism really be a surprise? (Læserbrev, The Denver Post)

"SNL's" Michael Che tackles "All Lives Matter," police violence in new stand-up special trailer (Video, Sameer Rao, ColorLines)

Sound the trumpet (Meredith Tax, Open Democracy)

Standing Rock's other pipe problem (Greta Byrum, Slate)

STASI: Donald Trump screws up by seeking racist henchmen for his staff (Linda Stasi, New York Daily News)

Steve Bannon: appointment of 'white nationalist' must be reversed, critics declare (Video, David Smith, The Guardian)

Steve Bannon, the Trump adviser who spent years mainstreaming white nationalism, explained (Zack Beauchamp, Vox)

Steve "Turn on the hate" Bannon, in the White House (Leder, The New York Times)

Stop using "racist" label (Læserbrev, The Baltimore Sun)

Tennessee official: "The KKK is more American than the illegal president" (Mark Joseph Stern, Slate)

There's no such thing as a good Trump voter (Jamelle Bouie, Slate)

This gorgeous short film takes us to the heart of the Dakota Access Pipeline standoff (Video, Wes Enzinna, Mother Jones)

This is how Steve Bannon sees the entire world (J. Lester Feder, BuzzFeed)

This land is your land: Reflections from Trump's America (Artikelsamling, Greg Howard, Alec MacGillis, Michael Paterniti, Jacqueline Woodson, Marcela Valdes, Charles Homans, Emily Bazelon, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Ruth Graham, The New York Times Magazine)

This playwright brings the pain and power of the black experience to the stage (Wilbert L. Cooper, Vice)

The Timbisha Shoshone of Death Valley and the shadow of Trump (Alex Ross, The New Yorker)

Tougher times for Latino students? History says they've never had it easy (Claudio Sanchez, NPR)

Trump is a disaster, but talk of a “whitelash” is misguided — and counterproductive (John McWhorter, Vox)

Trump's America: A hostile place for huddled masses (Beenish Ahmed, Boise State Public Radio)

Trump's campaign made it safe to hate again. Will he turn that around? (Dana Milbank, The Washington Post)

Trump's deportation plan is self-defeating and may worsen the problem it means to solve (Christopher Woody, Business Insider)

Trump's "new deal" for black America isn't new, nor is it for black America (Jenée Desmond-Harris, Vox)

Trump's party (Joe Kloc, Harper's Magazine)

Trump victory exposes media bias (Conrad Black, National Review)

Twitter bots can reduce racist slurs—if people think the bots are white (Sam Machkovech, Ars Technica)

Twitter rolls out new and long-awaited anti-harassment tools (Charlie Warzel, BuzzFeed)

Unlike other Latinos, about half of Cuban voters in Florida backed Trump (Jens Manuel Krogstad, Antonio Flores, Pew Research Center)

Visiting Europe, Obama warns against rise of "crude sort of nationalism" (Video, Gardiner Harris, The New York Times)

Watch Gwen Ifill call out fellow journalists for not standing up to racism (Video, Alana Horowitz Satlin, The Huffington Post)

"We are not leaving" (Julianne Hing, The Nation)

West Virginia mayor resigns after racist Michelle Obama Facebook post (Video, John Newsome, CNN)

"What do we do now?" (David Hudson, Fandor)

When liberal elites spurn populism, Trump happens (D.D. Guttenplan, The Nation)

White anti-racists must be "stone catchers" for oppressed people (David J. Leonard, The Root)

White authors are still writing racist books because white critics won’t call them out (Anjali Enjeti, Quartz)

White nationalists see advocate in Steve Bannon who will hold Trump to his campaign promises (Video, Andrew Kaczynski, Chris Massie, CNN)

The white working class got their anti-elite victory. Now what? (Paul Waldman, The Week)

Why anti-Trump protests matter (Sarah Jaffe, Rolling Stone)

Why I voted for Donald Trump (Craig D, Open Democracy)

Why I voted for Trump (Læserbidrag, The Washington Post)

Why online allies matter in fighting harassment (Ed Yong, The Atlantic)

Why social media is terrible for multiethnic democracies (Sean Illing, Vox)

Why Steve Bannon's white nationalism should scare America (Video, Ruth Ben-Ghiat, CNN)

Why the art world must not normalize Donald Trump’s presidency (Noah Fischer, Hyperallergic)

Why the big lie about Steve Bannon? (David P. Goldman, PJ Media)

Why the Democrats need Keith Ellison (Michelle Goldberg, Slate)

Why the exit polls are wrong on Latino votes (Paul Waldman, The Washington Post)

Why we can't forget the racism of this campaign (Video, Issac Bailey, CNN)

Zadie Smith is our greatest novelist of race, class, and gender. Swing Time proves it. (Boganmeldelse, Constance Grady, Vox)

Zadie Smith's dance of ambivalence (Boganmeldelse, Dayna Tortorici, The Atlantic)


60 Minutes, SNL, and the normalization of Donald Trump (Matt Zoller Seitz, Vulture)

Aftermath: Sixteen writers on Trump's America (George Packer, Atul Gawande, Hilary Mantel, Peter Hessler, Toni Morrison, Jane Mayer, Evan Osnos, Jeffrey Toobin, Mary Karr, Jill Lepore, Gary Shteyngart, Nicholas Lemann, Larry Wilmore, Jia Tolentino, Mark Singer, Junot Diaz, The New Yorker)

America's emerging nationalism crisis (John R. Schindler, New York Observer)

Analysis: Breitbart's Steve Bannon leads the "alt right" to the White House (Video, Benjy Sarlin, NBC News)

Ana Navarro: It’s hard to give Trump a chance when he staffs his White House with racists (Video, Travis Getty, Raw Story)

Anti-Trump protests continue in New York, LA, Philadelphia (Video, Robert Jablon, William Mathis, Associated Press)

CNN guest Carl Bernstein on Steve Bannon: He specializes in "lies, slandery, savage the opposition" (Video, Media Matters)

Completion of Dakota Access pipeline delayed as army calls for more analysis (Julia Carrie Wong, The Guardian)

Critics see Stephen Bannon, Trump's pick for strategist, as voice of racism (Michael D. Shear, Maggie Haberman, Michael S. Schmidt, The New York Times)

"Demographics aren't destiny" and four other things this election taught me (Harry Enten, FiveThirtyEight)

Donald Trump plans to immediately deport 2 million to 3 million undocumented immigrants (Amy B. Wang, The Washington Post)

Donald Trump promises to deport 3 million “illegal immigrant criminals.” That’s literally impossible. (Dara Lind, Vox)

Don't let Donald Trump become the new normal (Steven W. Thrasher, The Guardian)

FBI: Hate crimes against Muslims in US surge 67 percent (Al Jazeera)

GOP rep: Paul Ryan's immigration policy not "in best interest of America" (Julia Hahn, Breitbart)

Gwen Ifill knew how powerful — and rare — it was for a woman of color to be so visible in media (Caroline Framke, Vox)

Gwen Ifill, who overcame barriers as a black female journalist, dies at 61 (Video, Adam Bernstein, The Washington Post)

Here's why it's fair - and necessary - to call Trump's chief strategist a white nationalist champion (David Corn, Mother Jones)

Hill Republicans duck questions on Bannon (Josh Bresnahan, Rachael Bade, Politico)

The hopeful thing about our ugly, painful polarization (George Lakey, Yes! Magazine)

How a fight against the 'black snake' at Standing Rock formed a global community (Sandy Tolan, Los Angeles Times)

How did Donald Trump win over so many Obama voters? (Nate Cohn, Toni Monkovic, The New York Times)

Instead of gloating, have empathy for the liberals mourning Trump's win (Jennifer Doverspike, The Federalist)

In test of Trump's immigration stance, Australia to transfer refugees to US (Jason Thomson, The Christian Science Monitor)

Is Malcolm Jenkins a model for protesting in the age of Trump? (David Gambacorta, Philadelphia Magazine)

Is Trump’s new chief strategist a racist? Critics say so. (David Weigel, The Washington Post)

Ivy Leaguers want their campuses to be "sanctuaries" from Trump deportations (Video, Max Kutner, Newsweek)

Jail is where you don't want to be (Clancy Martin, Vice)

John Oliver demands Americans fight against normalizing Donald Trump (Inae Oh, Mother Jones)

John Oliver’s call to action after the election of Donald Trump—”a Klan-backed misogynist internet troll” (Video, Indrani Sen, Quartz)

LAPD will not help deport immigrants under Trump, chief says (Kate Mather, Los Angeles Times)

The Left needs to get over multiculturalism (Mike Gonzalez, The Federalist)

Mayor Rahm Emanuel: "Chicago always will be a sanctuary city" (Richard Gonzales, NPR)

Media expert Dan Gillmor: Why journalists must be activists (Dan Gillmor, TruthDig)

A middle finger to the mainstream media (Chris Bodenner, The Atlantic)

Morning-after pill (John Jeremiah Sullivan, The Paris Review)

Muslims have lived for more than 100 years in this Iowa city. Now they're wondering how they'll survive under Trump (Jaweed Kaleem, Los Angeles Times)

Obama experienced subtle racism, but sexism toward Hillary Clinton was right out there (George B. Cunningham, The Conversation)

Obama on Trump: This is fine (Edward-Isaac Dovere, Politico)

One way to bridge the political divide: Read the book that's not for you (Radio, Lynn Neary, Morning Edition, NPR)

Play time is over: Green Day interviewed (Patrick Clarke, The Quietus)

Post-election online word searches: 'Bigot,' 'facism' and 'xenophobe' (Michael Schaub, Los Angeles Times)

Post-election spate of hate crimes worse than post-9/11, experts say (Video, Melanie Eversley, USA Today)

The post-election surge in donations (Adam Chandler, The Atlantic)

Rage, heard and unheard (Todd Gitlin, Open Democracy)

Raimond Gaita on Donald Trump’s America: a cloud cuckoo land devoid of fact, evidence and argument (Raimond Gaita, The Conversation)

Reince Priebus attempts to normalize white nationalist Stephen Bannon (Video, Inae Oh, Mother Jones)

Report: Three million votes in presidential election cast by illegal aliens (Paul Joseph Watson,

Steve Bannon's rise points to aggressive, anti-"globalist" Trump media strategy (David Weigel, The Washington Post)

Steve Bannon who? Washington Republicans say they "don't know" Trump strategist (Tarini Parti, BuzzFeed)

Steve Bannon will lead Trump's White House (Ryan Lizza, The New Yorker)

This election marks the end of America's racial détente (David Marcus, The Federalist)

This government agency has the power to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline. Will it? (Jimmy Tobias, The Nation)

Trump allies defend Steve Bannon (Video, Louis Nelson, Politico)

Trump's choice of Stephen Bannon is nod to anti-Washington base (Jeremy W. Peters, The New York Times)

Trump's rural white America (Charles M. Blow, The New York Times)

Trump's victory stretches the fabric of America's democracy to its limits (Nico Lang, The Daily Dot)

Trump to supporters harassing minorities: "Stop it" (Video, Eric Bradner, CNN)

U.S. hate crimes surge 6%, fueled by attacks on Muslims (Eric Lichtblau, The New York Times)

Van Jones: "Hope for the best, expect and prepare for the worst" (Clara Jeffery, Mother Jones)

We the people aren't sure who "we" even are (Wesley Morris, The New York Times Magazine)

What Donald Trump tapped into (Nancy LeTourneau, Washington Monthly)

What Donald Trump's vow to deport up to 3 million immigrants would mean (Julie Hirschfield Davis, Julia Preston, The New York Times)

What to do about Trump? The same thing my grandfather did in 1930s Vienna. (Liel Leibovitz, Tablet)

The white bloc (James Pogue, Granta)

White nationalism in the White House (Jamelle Bouie, Slate)

White women voted for Trump in 2016 because they still believe white men are their saviors (Marcie Bianco, Quartz)

Why doesn't the government track nationwide police use of force? (Video, Trymaine Lee, Safia Samee Ali, NBC News)

Why hasn't Hillary Clinton denounced the violent anti-Trump riots? (Sean Davis, The Federalist)

Why private prison stocks are soaring (George Joseph, City Lab)

With Trump and Bannon, the racist alt-right moves into the White House (Allison Kaplan Sommer, Haaretz, Israel)

The worst wing: Meet Trump's potential cabinet (Harry Cheadle, Vice)


150 U.S. border agents sent to South Texas to process spike in undocumented immigrants (Fox News Latino)

After the election, a racial reckoning: Whites backed Trump, and not for economic reasons (Ron Howell, New York Daily News)

After Trump win, Boulder County sees fast affirmation of some voters’ worst fears (Alex Burness (Longmont-Times Call), The Denver Post)

"All cameras are good cameras" (John Lingan, BuzzFeed)

The authoritarian politics of resentment in Trump's America (Henry A. Giroux, TruthOut)

Before he leaves office, Obama should pardon the activist who inspired King, Malcolm X and Mandela (Rebekah Kebede, Quartz)

Blaming political correctness for Trump is like blaming the civil rights movement for Jim Crow (Lindy West, The Guardian)

Breitbart, reveling in Trump’s election, gains a voice in his White House (Michael M. Grynbaum, John Herrman, The New York Times)

"Brown, bearded, son of immigrants, voted Trump" (Chris Bodenner, The Atlantic)

California versus President Trump (Harold Meyerson, Los Angeles Times)

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie explains racism's role in the U.S. election (Ally Hickson, Refinery29)

Citizens, united (Jonathan Chait, New York Magazine)

Class, Trump, Brexit, and the decline of the West (Vassilis K. Fouskas, Bulent Gokay, Open Democracy)

Conservatives ponder the future of the GOP under Trump (Jonah Goldberg, Max Boot, Michael Brendan Dougherty, William Voegeli, Emily Ekins, Los Angeles Times)

Critic's notebook: Kate McKinnon's "Hallelujah," Dave Chappelle's monologue spark first post-election "SNL" (Daniel Fienberg, The Hollywood Reporter)

Dear President: What you need to know about being "woke" (Podcast, Samaria Rice, WNYC, New York Public Radio)

Defying Trump, Chicago will continue as immigrant sanctuary (Natasha Korecki, Politico)

Democratic national caliphate: Reid Muslim Brotherhood racist for DNC chair (Daniel Greenfield, FrontPage Mag)

Demonstrators square off against opponents and police as anti-Trump protests spread (Video, Leah Sottile, Cleve R. Wootson Jr., Rob Kuznia, Ylan Q. Mui, The Washington Post)

Donald Trump appears to soften stance on immigration, but not on abortion (Julie Hirschfeld Davis, The New York Times)

Donald Trump names his most racist-friendly advisor to be chief White House strategist (Ashley Feinberg, The Councourse, Deadspin)

Donald Trump plans to immediately deport 2 to 3 million undocumented immigrants (Amy B. Wang, Chicago Tribune)

Donald Trump says he'll deport 2-3 million people once in office (Bill Chappell, NPR)

Gazing into the abyss (Jim Sleeper, Open Democracy)

George Zimmerman kicked out of bar for screaming "N****r lover" (Video, KC Orcutt, BET)

Giuliani: Anti-Trump demonstrators are "professional protesters," not Hillary supporters (Video, Pam Key, Breitbart)

The hate after Trump's election: Swastikas, deportation threats, and racist graffiti (Kelly Weill, The Daily Beast)

History teacher removed from classroom for comparing Trump to Hitler (Nina Golgowski, The Huffington Post)

How Muslim Americans are responding to Trump’s victory (Sabith Khan, Mondoweiss)

How rural resentment helps explain the surprising victory of Donald Trump (Katherine Cramer, The Washington Post)

How to fight back in Trump's America (Lauren Evans, Jezebel)

"I won" (Kevin D. Williamson, National Review)

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar suggests Beyoncé holds the key to defeating ‘racist’ Trump (Ruu Hawkins, Rolling Out)

Kellyanne Conway: Obama, Clinton should calm down anti-Trump protesters (Katherine Rodriguez, Breitbart)

“Let us not be complicit in building Trump’s wall!”: US architects battle over helping Donald Trump (Anne Quito, Quartz)

Liberals, NeverTrumps, establishment Republicans: You elected The Donald (Donna Maskell, American Thinker)

"Make America Great Again" – why are liberals losing the war of soundbites? (Steven Poole, The Guardian)

Media elites rush to defend the Trump racism that they put in the White House (Sarah Jones, PoliticusUSA)

Mexicans on Trump's election: "The power he has over us is terrifying" (Carmen Fishwick, The Guardian)

Michael Moore: Don't call yourself a Christian if you won't oppose bigots in Trump's America (Video, Tom Boggioni (Raw Story), AlterNet)

My journeys in Trumpland (Dan Roberts, The Guardian)

Popular culture's failed presidential campaign (Spencer Kornhaber, The Atlantic)

Prejudice against the black race (Albert Olawale Oyedokun, The Guardian, Nigeria)

Prepare for regime change, not policy change (N. Turkuler Isiksel, Dissent)

President-elect Trump, you can reboot your relationship with Latinos (Manny Ruiz, CNN)

Questioning safety pin solidarity revealed why I can't trust white people (Tjeoma Oluo, The Establishment)

Racist incidents are up since Donald Trump's election. These are just a few of them (Katie Reilly, TIME)

Rebecca Carroll and Van Jones talk race and the race (Rebecca Carroll, New York Magazine)

Republicans hail Priebus pick, stay mum on Bannon (Sarah Wheaton, Politico)

Revenge of the rural voter (Helena Bottemiller Evich, Politico)

Right on cue, media begins to normalize Trump (Adam Johnson, AlterNet)

Right-wing vs. progressive populism: How to win in these populist Trump times (Jonathan Matthew Smucker (Waging Nonviolence), Salon)

RNC chair Reince Priebus is named Donald Trump's chief of staff (Michael C. Bender, Carol E. Lee, The Wall Street Journal)

Ryan says Trump agrees "no place" for racism, hate crimes (Video, Associated Press, ABC News)

Sarah Gassen: Does voting for Trump mean you're a racist? (Sarah Garrecht Gassen, The Arizona Daily Star)

Scenes from five days of anti-Trump protests across a divided nation (The New York Times)

Show this chart to anyone who says "racist whites" are the reason for Trump's victory (Virginia Kruta, Independent Journal Review)

Silver Spring church vandalized with pro-Trump racist message (Liz Anderson, WTOP, Washington, DC)

"SNL" Election Night watch party: "Oh my God, I think America is racist" (Video, Daniel Chaitin, Washington Examiner)

Trump country (Henry Grabar, Slate)

Trump draws sharp rebuke, concerns over newly appointed chief White House strategist Stephen Bannon (Video, Jose A. DelReal, The Washington Post)

Trump names white nationalist figure "Chief Strategist to the President" (Judd Legum, Think Progress)

Trump protesters decry racism, briefly block Business 80 in Sacramento (Video, Jessica Hice, Ellen Garrison, The Sacramento Bee)

The voters who put both Obama and Trump in the White House (David J. Dent, Vice)

Watch Dave Chappelle's powerful SNL speech on racism and the presidency (Video, Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani, Think Progress)

Wave of fake "hate crimes" sweeps anti-Trump social media (Joel B. Pollak, Breitbart)

"We're called redneck, ignorant, racist. That's not true": Trump supporters explain why they voted for him (Mark Z. Barabak, Nigel Duara, Los Angeles Times)

We will "come together" and "unite" when you admit we have a huge racism problem in this country (Jenn-Anne, Old Single Mom blog, Chicago Now)

What normalization means (Hua Hsu, The New Yorker)

What the Hell just happened? (Dave Pell, Medium)

White nationalism lives and white people need to fight it (Benji Hart (Radical Faggot), TruthOut)

A white nationalist is the new White House chief strategist (Video, Kim Bellware, The Huffington Post)

The working class Trump will suppress (Lena Afridi, Al Jazeera)

Yep, race really did Trump economics: A data dive on his supporters reveals deep racial animosity (Sean McElwee, Salon)


After a fraught election, questions over the impact of a balky voting process (Michael Wines, The New York Times)

After the shock waves of the US elections, how do we locate ourselves? (Linda Mannheim, 3:AM Magazine)

The alt-right hails its victorious god-emperor (Andrew Marantz, The New Yorker)

Americans are responding to racist attacks like Australia did to a hostage crisis (Ananya Bhattacharya, Quartz)

Broken, defaced, unseen: The hidden black female figures of western art (Robin Coste Lewis, The New Yorker)

Can Trump save their jobs? They're counting on it (Nelson D. Schwartz, The New York Times)

Donald Trump as Nixon's heir (Reihan Salam, The Wall Street Journal)

Don't blame racism, sexism for Trump's win (Ira Stoll, Las Vegas Review-Journal, Nevada)

Election night saw victories in local criminal justice reform - this should be the beginning (Robert J. Smith, Whitney Tymas, The Nation)

Fighting terrorism in the age of Trump (Siddhartha Mahanta, The Atlantic)

Hillary Clinton and Democrats' fatal error: Writing off white workers in the rust belt (Alec MacGillis (ProPublica), TruthDig)

How Americans are handling post-election hate (Patrik Jonsson, The Christian Science Monitor)

How it happened (Elizabeth Drew, New York Review of Books)

How we became me (Sandy Hingston, Philadelphia Magazine)

In election’s wake, racist incidents have schools on edge (Joe Heim, Donna St. George, Perry Stein, The Washington Post)

Left’s new narrative: Racism is breaking out everywhere! (Dan Calabrese, Canada Free Press)

Lessons for Trumpland: adventures with demagoguery in the Middle East (Adam Ramsay, Open Democracy)

Making kids feel safe in a Trump world isn't easy (Kera Bolonik, New York Magazine)

Mistrial declared as Ohio jury deadlocks in murder trial of ex-police officer (Associated Press, Los Angeles Times)

No president (Mark Greif, n+1)

Normalizing Trump: Why the Washington media must break the fluff cycle (Micheline Maynard, Forbes)

On choosing Trump and being bad (Caleb Crain, The New Yorker)

The pendulum swings leftward for the Democrats - and that's good news for Donald Trump (Virgil, Breitbart)

Police officer under investigation after flying Confederate flag at Trump protest rally (Tanda Gmiter, MLive, Michigan)

Police shooting exposes racial tensions in mostly white Mount Greenwood (Jason Meisner, Chicago Tribune)

Progressives can get through the next four years by organizing (Juan Cole, TruthDig)

The real reason we have an Electoral College: to protect slave states (Sean Illing, Vox)

Social media erupts over message to show love for muslim, black, latino, nonwhite students (Donna St. George, The Washington Post)

The tech white power used to go viral (Olga Khazan, The Atlantic)

Thomas Friedman: Trump presidency a "moral 9/11" (Video, Ian Schwartz, Real Clear Politics)

Thousands march in anti-Trump protests in downtown Chicago for 4th day (Video, Jason Meisner, Grace Wong, Chicago Tribune)

Thousands rally, march in nationwide anti-Trump protests (Robert Jablon, William Mathis, The Boston Globe)

The Trump card (D.R. Tucker, Washington Monthly)

Trump, globalism, nationalism (Rod Dreher, The American Conservative)

Trump's world is too dark - even for Leonard Cohen (Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian)

Trump transition team begins minority outreach with "new deal for Black America" (Video, Reena Flores, CBS News)

Want to reduce crime? End mass incarceration (Doug Noonan, Washington Examiner)

Was Emmett Till's father lynched too? (Michael Mechanic, Mother Jones)

What are you afraid of? (The New York Times)

What whiteness means in the Trump era (Nell Irvin Painter, The New York Times)

White flight from reality: Inside the racist panic that fueled Donald Trump's victory (David Masciotra (Salon), AlterNet)


The 5 biggest elements of structural racism in America. (Joe Davis,

2016 Presidential Election exposed America’s racist and sexist patriarchy for the world to see (Julianne Malveaux, Pittsburgh Courier)

Acts of racism, homophobia, anti-Semitism spread since Trump was elected president (Mattie Kahn, Elle)

After tense U.S. election, racial divisions must end (Ricky Leong, Calgary Sun, Canada)

Anti-Trump protest in Portland, Ore., turns destructive, declared a riot (Camila Domonoske, NPR)

Anyone, even racists, sexists can be president (Læserbrev, The Fresno Bee, Californien)

The architect of the most racist law in modern American history has been named to Trump's team (Jen Hayden (Daily Kos), AlterNet)

Bernie Sanders: Where the Democrats go from here (Bernie Sanders, The New York Times)

Black Lives Matter Youth cancels protest after meeting with top cop, other officials (Jeremy Gorner, Chicago Tribune)

Black professors speak out after Trump victory about the routine racism of academia (Andre Perry Ph.D., The Root)

CNN investigates why Latinos in Florida voted for Trump: "Silent majority has won" (Video, Ian Schwartz, Real Clear Politics)

Cops who kill, on trial (Leon Neyfakh, Slate)

Countless acts of hate have been carried out since Trump’s win (Lilly Workneh, The Huffington Post)

The day after Trump won (Leslie Jamison, Granta)

The death penalty won big on election day, but the devil is in the details (Liliana Segura, Uproxx)

Donald Trump gets only one chance to prove he’s not racist (Erika D. Smith, The Sacramento Bee)

Donald Trump is a racist (Daniel Engber, Slate)

Empathizing with Trump voters right now, cont'd (Chris Bodenner, The Atlantic)

For people of color, the whitelashing of the 2016 election is nothing new (Margaret E. Jacobsen, Romper)

Friday news roundup - domestic (Radio, Laura Meckler, Josh Kraushahr, Karen Tumulty, The Diane Rehm Show, NPR)

Growing up in a Trump town (Nick Martin, Deadspin)

High school students shout "white power" and spit on Latinx & black classmates post-Trump election win (Video, Raquel Reichard, Latina)

How discrimination against black veterans helped shape urban America (Brentin Mock, CityLab)

How Donald Trump could usher in an era of Jim Crow 2.0 (Terrell Jermaine Starr, Fusion)

How historians of tomorrow will interpret Donald Trump's election (TIME)

How the 2016 election exposed America's racial and cultural divides (Perry Bacon Jr., NBC News)

How we blew it (Cliston Brown, New York Observer)

Hundreds of students walked a girl to class after she was allegedly called the N-word (Tasneem Nashrulla, BuzzFeed)

The idea that America "doesn’t talk about" racism is absurd (John McWhorter, Boston Globe)

If white liberals listened, Donald Trump could have been stopped (Will Drabold, Mic)

"I had it easy: I was never beaten": fighting segregation in the US South (Hannah Booth, The Guardian)

The incidents since Election Day (Scott Jaschik, Inside Higher Ed)

The places that made Donald Trump president (Bob Davis, John W. Miller, The Wall Street Journal)

Is a Muslim from the Midwest set to take over the Democratic National Committee? (Kurtis Lee, Los Angeles Times)

Is the wall possible? What Trump can do on immigration (Josh Siegel, The Daily Signal)

It's worse than you think (Chris Hedges, TruthDig)

John Legend shuts down David Axelrod for saying Trump isn’t racist (Video, Lindsey Ellefson, Mediaite)

Levin: There Is No Systemic Racism or Sexism in America (Video, Michael Morris,

Michael Moore debunks claim that Trump voters are racist (Jeff Neukom, Western Journalism)

Michael Moore says Trump voters not racist: "They twice voted for a man" named Hussein (Jessica Chasmar, The Washington Times)

Michelle Obama: A candid conversation with America's champion and mother in chief (Jonathan Van Meter, Vogue)

Mistaken identity politics (James Taranto, The Wall Street Journal)

No more Fed oversight? Good riddance (David Meyer Lindenberg, Mimesis Law)

North Carolina GOP condemns KKK parade honoring Trump (Daniella Diaz, CNN)

Officer and a gentleman: how Sidney Poitier united a divided America (Michael Newton, The Guardian)

Over 200 incidents of hateful harassment and intimidation since Election Day (Southern Poverty Law Center)

The pen isn't mightier than the sword, but it very much matters (Video, Rick Kogan, Chicago Tribune)

Racist incidents, policy uncertainty dominate news since Trump’s victory (Daniel Dale, The Toronto Star, Canada)

Revenge of the deplorables (Clive Crook, Bloomberg)

The silver-lining myth (Jessica Hopper, MTV News)

Slaves of the state: Prison uprisings and the legacy of Attica (Robert Chase, Boston Review)

A small way to show solidarity after Donald Trump’s presidential win, inspired by Brexit (Alex Abad-Santos, Vox)

Stop asking me to empathize with the white working class (Kali Holloway, AlterNet)

A teacher tells his Latino students their parents will be deported after Trump victory (Greg Hadley, The News & Observer, Raleigh, North Carolina)

There is no "Trump's America" or "Obama's America" (David French, National Review)

There is no violent hate-crimewave in "Trump's America" (Elizabeth Nolan Brown,

This is who we are (Vann R. Newkirk II, The Atlantic)

Thoughts for the horrified (Paul Krugman, The New York Times)

Three days of hate in Donald Trump's America (Jeva Lange, The Week)

A time for refusal (Teju Cole, The New York Times Magazine)

Trade, not immigrants, may have been key motivator of Trump voters (Gerald F. Seib, The Wall Street Journal)

Trigger warning, Trump fans: This column calls racists "racists" (Tabatha Southey, The Globe and Mail, Canada)

Trump got more votes from people of color than Romney did. Here’s the data. (Karthick Ramakrishnan, The Washington Post)

Trumpistan Week One: The unthinkable slowly becomes normal (Jonathan Chait, New York Magazine)

Trump seized upon Obama-inspired racial anxiety — and won (Jenée Desmond-Harris, Vox)

Trump's revenge (Mckay Coppins, BuzzFeed)

Trump's victory could be a big win for the Dakota Access Pipeline, but opponents stand strong (Antonia Juhasz, Grist)

Trump wastes little time envisioning America as a racist dungeon (Abigail Tracy, Vanity Fair)

Trump won because the Democratic Party failed, not because the white working class revolted (Arun Gupta, In These Times)

Voters drive Sheriff Arpaio out of town (Leder, The New York Times)

Voter suppression didn’t cost Hillary Clinton the election (German Lopez, Vox)

“We have no voice, We have no authority, we can’t change anything.” (Adam Erace, Eater)

What Trump's win looks like to someone born in the Middle East (Hussein Ibish, Slate)

While you were offline: Want a preview of Trump's America? Watch Twitter (Graeme McMillan, Wired)

Why Democrats should abandon angry working-class whites (Lee Drutman, Foreign Policy)

Why did some white Obama voters go for Trump? (Jamelle Bouie, Slate)

Why did Trump win? Because Democrats stayed home (David Lauter, Los Angeles Times)

Why the demonstrations? The election did not heal divides, it exploited them (Chuck Raasch, St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Why Trump won (Victor Davis Hanson, Hoover Institute)

Why we lined up for Trump (Lee Habeeb, National Review)

The world waits and wonders about Donald Trump (Leder, The New York Times)


15+ cartoonists around the world illustrate how they feel about Trump becoming president (Giedrè, Bored Panda)

America elects a bigot (Charles M. Blow, The New York Times)

America's parallel universes (Lili Loofbourow, The Week)

Autocracy: Rules for survival (Masha Gessen, The New York Review of Books)

Avoiding the political Southification of the North (Martin Longman, Washington Monthly)

Campuses confront hostile acts against minorities after Donald Trump's election (Caitlin Dickerson, Stephanie Saul, The New York Times)

The case for optimism on criminal justice reform — even under President Trump (German Lopez, Vox)

Claims of hate crimes possibly linked to Trump's election reported across the US (Mazin Sidahmed, The Guardian)

Denounce the hate, Mr. Trump (Leder, The New York Times)

Does it matter when a white CEO says "Black Lives Matter"? (Leah Donnella, Code Switch, NPR)

Donald Trump can absolutely ban Muslims from entering the US, without Congress (Zack Beauchamp, Vox)

Donald Trump is the leader America was promised (Tom Scocca, The Concourse)

Donald Trump says he'd "absolutely" require Muslims to register (Trip Gabriel, The New York Times)

Donald Trump won on white male resentment - but don't confuse that with the working class (Monica Potts, The Nation)

The evangelical reckoning over Donald Trump (Emma Green, The Atlantic)

Farewell, America (Neal Gabler,

Fear among inmates (Taylor Dolven, Vice)

The five baskets of Trump voters (William Saletan, Slate)

For Muslim Americans, fear and shock at a Trump presidency (Lawrence Pintak, Foreign Policy)

The foul stench of fascism in the US (John Metta, Al Jazeera)

A frank conversation with a white nationalist (Radio, Reveal News, The Center for Investigative Reporting)

From populist wave to the White House: Deep American divisions and the transition ahead (Radio, Andra Gillespie, Ryan Lizza, Lara Brown, Amanda Taub, The Diane Rehm Show, NPR)

Here's what I'm telling my brown son about Trump's America (Mira Jacob, BuzzFeed)

How are you keeping it together? (Lindsey Adler, Deadspin)

How Donald Trump won the Midwest (John Daniel Davidson, The Federalist)

How Hillary Clinton's white voters melted away (Peter Eisler (Reuters), Business Insider)

How Studs Terkel documented the fight against white supremacy and segregation (Alan Wieder, Truth Out)

How the rustbelt paved Trump's road to victory (Ronald Brownstein, The Atlantic)

How to support the U.S. prison strike (Isabelle Nastasia, Rookie)

How you can fight for your rights during the Trump presidency (Sirin Kale, Vice)

I’m a Muslim, a woman and an immigrant. I voted for Trump. (Asra Q. Nomani, The Washington Post)

I spent Election Night with the regular-ass suburban white people who elected Trump (Molly Osberg, Fusion)

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: What it means to be black during a Trump administration (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, The Washington Post)

The Ku Klux Klan says it will hold a Trump victory parade in North Carolina (Jaweed Kaleem, Los Angeles Times)

Latino votes for Clinton didn't offset Trump's support (Radio, David Greene, Morning Edition, NPR)

Learning Trump won, in West Virginia (Larissa MacFarquhar, The New Yorker)

Letter to my black daughter under a Trump presidency (Maureen Herman, Boing Boing)

Making all of America great again: Trump's urban agenda (Leder, New York Post)

Michael Cohen tells CNN: Not fair to call Trump racist because offensive remarks aren’t from script (Travis Gettys, Raw Story)

More anti-Trump action planned after second night of protests across US (Sam Levin, Zach Stafford, Jon Swaine, Nicky Woolf, The Guardian)

More white women voted for Donald Trump than for Hillary Clinton (The New York Times)

Muslims are terrified, but we won't be intimidated by Trump (Moustafa Bayoumi, The Guardian)

Paul Krugman: Our unknown country (Paul Krugman, The New York Times)

The piecemaker (The Economist)

President Trump: How America got it so wrong (Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone)

Principal on leave for alleged anti-Trump comments; student who voiced support for Trump attacked (Joseph Serna, Los Angeles Times)

The rage of white, Christian America (Robert P. Jones, The New York Times)

Rap's fraught history with Black Lives Matter: "I didn't sign up to be no activist" (Sheldon Pearce, The Guardian)

The reasons for Trump were also the reasons for Brexit (John Harris, The Guardian)

Republicans and the white working class (Kevin Drum, Mother Jones)

Revenge of the forgotten class (Alec MacGillis, ProPublica)

A running list of reported racist incidents after Donald Trump's victory (Tasneem Nashrulla, BuzzFeed)

Searching for America outside of Trump Tower in New York City (Ryan Bort, Newsweek)

Shocked by Trump? It's time to get involved in the fightback (Gary Younge, Red Pepper, UK)

Taco trucks to bad hombres: 7 times Latinos figured in Trump's campaign (Raul A. Reyes, NBC News)

Ta-Nehisi Coates calls election of Donald Trump "a mortal threat" (Video, Nicole Hernandez, The Boston Globe)

There probably is no new Donald Trump voting coalition (Philip Bump, The Washington Post)

This playlist kills fascists (Justin Joffe, New York Observer)

Thousands of potentially wrongful convictions; years of delayed action (Patrick G. Lee, ProPublica)

Trump immigration adviser spoke at white nationalist groups conference (Pema Levy, Mother Jones)

Trump is another Republican striking a blow for the way things used to be (Radio, Ron Elving, Morning Edition, NPR)

Trump is the inevitable backlash to an Obama presidency (Cornell Belcher, The Guardian)

Trump outsmarts media as he sets sights on Obama’s divisive, racialist policies (Charles Hurt, New York Post)

Trump presidency sparks anxiety, action among Muslims, blacks (Video, Niraj Warikoo, Jason Gonzales, Adam Tamburin, USA Today)

Trump's data team saw a different America - and they were right (Video, Joshua Green, Sasha Issenberg, Bloomberg Business)

Trump's white nationalist backers train their eyes on elected office, admin posts (Allegra Kirkland, Talking Points Memo)

THE WATERMELON WOMAN at twenty (Samuel Fragoso, Fandor)

What comes after the uprising (Peggy Noonan, The Wall Street Journal)

What I need my Republican peers to understand about their hurting friends (Celyra the Romantic, Nouveaux Romantiques blog)

What President Donald Trump means for Muslims (Omer Aziz, New Republic)

What so many people don't get about the U.S. working class (Joan C. Williams, Harvard Business Review)

"White power" shouts and assaults reported on day after election (Claire Landsbaum, New York Magazine)

White women - time to get out of your safety zones (Jen Graves, The Stranger, Seattle)

The women who helped Donald Trump to victory (Sheryl Gay Stolberg, The New York Times)

World newspapers react with shock, mockery to Donald Trump's win (Video, Alexander Smith, NBC News)


6 books to help understand Trump's win (The New York Times)

2016 election analysis: Donald Trump wins the presidency (Radio, James Fallows, Amy Walter, Whit Ayres, Peter Navarro, The Diane Rehm Show, NPR)

After Trump, a call for political correctness from the right (Peter Beinart, The Atlantic)

An American tragedy (David Remnick, The New Yorker)

America's most "anti" election ever (Michael Hirsch, Politico Magazine)

Angry white men...and women (Juliet Williams, Sex Scandal Blog)

Anti-Trump demonstrators take to the streets in several U.S. cities (Thomas Fuller, The New York Times)

The battle for pluralism (Adam Serwer, The Atlantic)

Behind Trump’s victory: Divisions by race, gender, education (Alec Tyson, Shiva Maniam, Pew Research Center)

Being American in the Trump years (Leder, The New York Times)

Being a Muslim in Trump’s America is frightening. Here’s what we can do in response. (Arsalan Iftikhar, The Washington Post)

Both the politicians and the pundits were caught off base by the Donald (Paul Mulshine, The Star Ledger, New Jersey)

Change ahead: Shifts on immigration, climate, health and taxes (Jonathan Weisman, The New York Times)

Clevelander Rhea Butcher on why the Indians’ racist logo will always be a loser (Marah Eakin, The A.V. Club)

Clinton lost the economic argument (Helaine Olen, Slate)

The Clintons were undone by the middle-American voters they once knew so well (Video, David Maraniss, The Washington Post)

Dear fellow white woman: We f**ked this up (Sarah Ruiz-Grossman, The Huffington Post)

Dear President: What you need to know about race (Podcast-serie, WNYC, New York Public Radio)

The "deplorables" got the last laugh (David Dayen, New Republic)

Donald Trump and rap music (Tom Breihan, Stereogum)

Donald Trump has broken the Constitution (Garrett Epps, The Atlantic)

Donald Trump is our next president thanks to white voters (Danielle C. Belton, The Root)

Donald Trump's minority voters (Jason L. Riley, The Wall Street Journal)

Donald Trump's shock victory sparks protests across America (Sam Levin, Zach Stafford, Scott Bixby, The Guardian)

Donald Trump's victory is met with shock across a wide political divide (Patrick Healy, Jeremy W. Peters, The New York Times)

Donald Trump’s victory is part of a global white backlash (Zack Beauchamp, Vox)

Donald Trump's victory was built on unique coalition of white voters (Nicholas Confessore, Nate Cohn, The New York Times)

Donald Trump: The Islamophobia president (Khaled A. Beydoun, Al Jazeera)

Donald Trump will erase the Obama era (Jordan Weissmann, Slate)

Donald Trump win has blacks, Hispanics and Muslims bracing for a long 4 years (Julia Preston, Katharine Q. Seelye, Farah Stockman, The New York Times)

Empathizing with Trump voters right now (Chris Bodenner, The Atlantic)

Ex-KKK leader David Duke celebrates Donald Trump's election night (Paige Lavender, The Huffington Post)

A fascist’s win, America’s moral loss (Sarah Kendzior, The Globe and Mail, Canada)

Fuck everything and blame everyone (Alex Pareene, Deadspin)

Globalisation is dead, and white supremacy has triumphed (Paul Mason, The Guardian)

How Donald Trump courted white Americans to victory (Matthew Cooper, Newsweek)

How Obama inadvertently set the stage for Trump's presidency (Josh Kraushaar, National Journal)

How Trump made hate intersectional (Rembert Browne, New York Magazine)

How Trump redrew the electoral map, from sea to shining sea (Lazaro Gamio, Dan Keating, The Washington Post)

How Trump won (Ronald Brownstein, The Atlantic)

How Trump won: The revenge of working-class whites (Jim Tankersley, The Washington Post)

Identity politics in America: A post-mortem (Michelle Malkin, Real Clear Politics)

I'm Arab and many of us are glad that Trump won (Omar Kamel, Medium)

I’m Muslim, and I’m afraid, and I can’t afford to show it (Aymann Ismail, Slate)

KING: How Donald Trump is leading the transformation to turn the Republican Party into the new KKK (Shaun King, New York Daily News)

Latino turnout up from 2012 nationwide, but not enough to stop Donald Trump (Miriam Jordan, The Wall Street Journal)

Law, order, and Trump (Heather Mac Donald, City Journal)

Life outside the liberal bubble (J. D. Vance, The New York Times)

Mark Kirk’s racist attack on Tammy Duckworth’s patriotism was all too familiar to people of color (German Lopez, Vox)

Michigan Muslims face reality of Trump victory: "I pray for our community" (Ryan Felton, The Guardian)

The "missing white voters," revisited (Sean Trende, Real Clear Politics)

Muslim Brotherhood: "Racist" Trump's victory a "disaster" for Muslim world (Edwin Mora, Breitbart)

Muslims are asking what place they have in president Trump's America (Talal Ansari, David Noriega, BuzzFeed)

One tweet captures the unprecedented fear Muslims are facing after Trump's victory (Marie Solis, Mic)

An open letter to the Democrats (Erick Erickson, The Resurgent)

President Donald Trump (Roger Cohen, The New York Times)

Racism, xenophobia, and Trump's win (Tom Jacobs, Pacific Standard)

Read the letter Aaron Sorkin wrote his daughter after Donald Trump was elected president (Aaron Sorkin, Vanity Fair)

The Republic repeals itself (Andrew Sullivan, New York Magazine)

Stop saying "This isn't my America." Sorry, it is. (Monica Hesse, The Washington Post)

There is no such thing as western civilisation (Kwame Anthony Appiah, The Guardian)

Trump elected president by wave of angry white voters across upper Midwest and South (Steven Rosenfeld, Truth Out)

Trump's America, hiding in plain sight (Evan Osnos, The New Yorker)

Trump's election gives hope to Europe's far right (Eleanor Beardsley, NPR)

Trump’s victory and the rise of white populism (Amanda Taub, The New York Times)

Trump's victory proves the U.S. Is unexceptional (Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg)

Trump’s victory: the ‘whitelash’ against the liberal order (Benjamin Ramm, Open Democracy)

Trump’s win is a reminder of the incredible, unbeatable power of racism (Jenee Desmond-Harris, Vox)

Trump won a lot of white working-class voters who backed Obama (Eric Levitz, New York Magazine)

Trump won because leftist political correctness inspired a terrifying backlash (Robby Soave,

The US has elected its most dangerous leader. We all have plenty to fear (Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian)

Welcome to the new nadir (Lawrence Ross, The Root)

What a Trump presidency means to civil rights (Charles F. Coleman Jr., The Root)

What role did Latino voters play in the election? (NBC Latino, NBC News)

What Trump's win means for Chicago and Baltimore's cops (Maurice Chammah, The Marshall Project)

What will President Donald Trump do? Predicting his policy agenda (Oliver Laughland, Spencer Ackerman, Julian Borger, Amanda Holpuch, Molly Redden, Oliver Milman, Dominic Rushe, Jamiles Lartey, The Guardian)

White and wealthy voters gave victory to Donald Trump, exit polls show (Video, Jon Henley, The Guardian)

Whiteness in America is a virus whose sole purpose is preserving itself (T.D. Williams, The Root)

White rage against the machine: President-elect Donald Trump is a historical shock — unless you study American history (Chauncey DeVega, Salon)

The white vote — women especially — propelled Trump to victory over the first woman running for president (Tristin Hopper, National Post, Canada)

White women sold out the sisterhood and the world by voting for Trump (L.V. Anderson, Slate)

White won (Jamelle Bouie, Slate)

White, working-class and angry: Ohio's left-behind help Trump to stunning win (Jon Swaine, The Guardian)

Why so many people voted to "make America great again" (Sean Illing, Vox)

Why some fear this election’s lasting damage to American Christianity (Sarah Pulliam Bailey, The Washington Post)

Why the Latino vote didn't save America (Ruben Navarrette Jr., The Daily Beast)

Why Trump won: Working-class whites (Nate Cohn, The New York Times)

With Trump victory, Mexico’s worst fears are realized (Joshua Partlow, Nick Miroff, The Washington Post)


The 2016 race will never end (Alex Shephard, The New Republic)

After the election, a nation tinged with racial hostility (Eduardo Porter, The New York Times)

The alt-right movement might be heading to Hollywood (Paul Bond (The Hollywood Reporter), Business Insider)

America’s racist legacy: Why millions of people in U.S. colonies are ineligible to vote for president (Sarah Lazare (AlterNet), Salon)

Ann Coulter sparks outrage with pro-Trump tweet recalling Nazi racial purity laws (Forward)

Black Lives Matter was a game changer in these 6 races (Brandon Ellington Patterson, Mother Jones)

Cokie Roberts: Comment about birth control and Latino vote was "inartful" (Caitlin MacNeal, Talking Points Memo)

Competency evaluation ordered for accused mass killer Dylann Roof (Richard Gonzales, NPR)

Dakota pipeline operator to defy Obama and push on with final phase of drilling (Julia Carrie Wong, Business Insider)

Dear Ann Coulter: Just say you only want white people to vote. (Philip Bump, The Washington Post)

Donald Trump ally swears vigilante poll watchers will not target voters by race (Lois Beckett, The Guardian)

Donald Trump’s candidacy is the first time American politics has left me truly afraid (Ezra Klein, Vox)

Donald Trump’s legacy includes the specter of increased right-wing terrorism (Arun Gupta, Raw Story)

Dylann Roof case: Jury selection postponed over competency issue (Video, Ralph Ellis, Holly Yan, CNN)

Election 2016: Exit polls (Jon Huang, Samuel Jacoby, Michael Strickland, K.K. Rebecca Lai, The New York Times)

Election day: Latino voters tweet #TacoTuesday as they rally to vote (Brian Latimer, NBC News)

The election that almost ate our souls (Jeb Lund, Deadspin)

For Asian Americans, 2016 election is shaping up to be a turning point (Frank Shyong, Los Angeles Times)

Has the public finally tuned out Dems' racial attacks? (Rich Lowry, Real Clear Politics)

How Democrats are getting out the Latino vote (Video, Bloomberg)

How to get deported (Natasha Vargas-Cooper, Complex)

In early probe of Walter Scott shooting, something "didn't seem correct," agent testifies (Andrew Knapp, The Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina)

Joss Whedon, Donald Trump, and the fascist fantasy of the lone superhero (Constance Grady, Vox)

Lady Gaga yells 'Black Lives Matter!' during passionate Clinton rally show (Johnny Lieu, Mashable)

Latinos are coming out to vote in droves and it’s not just because of Donald Trump’s offensive rhetoric (Ana Campoy, Quartz)

Latinos to the rescue - but what's in it for us? (Ruben Navarrette Jr., The Daily Beast)

Kamala Harris breaks a color barrier with her U.S. Senate win (Phil Willon, Los Angeles Times)

Michael Slager's fellow officers questioned on Walter Scott shooting (Andrew Knapp, Brenda Rindge, The Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina)

A new theory for why Trump voters are so angry — that actually makes sense (Jeff Guo, The Washington Post)

Now that Trump won: 10 plagues unearthed by this election we need to face (Don Hazen, Kali Holloway, Steven Rosenfeld, Adele M. Stan, Janet Allon, Jan Frel, AlterNet)

Owsley: "Feeling forgotten in America's white county" (Patrick Strickland, Al Jazeera)

Q&A: Open Mike Eagle on "New Negroes" comedy show, and being soft while black (Brian Josephs, Spin)

Race riots, terrorist attacks and martial law: Oath Keepers warn of post-election chaos (Peter Holley, The Washington Post)

The rise of political correctness (Angelo M. Codevilla, Claremont Review of Books)

Suppression of the black vote is no relic (Jelani Cobb, The New Yorker)

Standing Rock protesters sit out the election: "I'm ashamed of them both" (Julia Carrie Wong, The Guardian)

Texas Republicans target elderly Latino voters with fraud accusations (Spencer Woodman, The Intercept)

These cities are fighting Trump's Islamophobia - with legislation (Peter Moskowitz, The Nation)

Trump targeted Mexicans, now Latino vote surge may wall him out (Suzanne Gamboa, NBC News)

What is there to lose? Black voters could put Trump over the top (Edmund Kozak, Lifezette)

Whatsoever things are true (Matthew Shaer, The Atavist Magazine)


28 people who could make history on Election Day and change the face of American politics (Michael Rosen, Charles Pulliam-Moore, Fusion)

Americans like me who survived Ferguson understand just how bad Election Day violence could get (Sarah Kendzior, Quartz)

Are we gon' be alright? (Mark Reynolds, Pop Matters)

Ballot integrity is not racist (Leder, National Review)

Black turnout down in North Carolina after cuts to early voting (Zachary Roth, NBC News)

The burden of being a black teacher (Emily Deruy, The Atlantic)

Chasing electoral ghosts (Sharad Goel, Marc Meredith, Michael Morse, David Rothschild, Houshmand Shirani-Mehr, Slate)

Correction: Glenn Beck absolutely does not think black lives matter (Anna Merlan, Jezebel)

The de-queering of Nat Turner (Michael Henry Adams, Out)

Donald Trump's lasting damage to our communities (Brian Beutler, New Republic)

Election 2016: Tracking reports of voting problems across the United States (Video, Zachary Roth, NBC News)

Fear is driving voting rights advocates and vigilantes to watch polling stations (Jonathan Mahler, Michael Wines, The New York Times)

The four groups that will decide the presidential race (Ronald Brownstein, The Atlantic)

Hate speech seeps into U.S. mainstream amid bitter campaign (Peter Eisler, Reuters)

How do Trump supporters see black people? (Ashley Jardina, Sean McElwee, Spencer Piston, Slate)

How much Jewish support will Trump cost the Republican party? (Julian E. Zelizer, The Atlantic)

How the Trumps tried — and failed — to keep black families like mine out of their neighborhood (Michelle Garcia, Vox)

How voters of color may save America (Jim Wallis, The Huffington Post)

If Donald Trump becomes the face of American racism, racism wins (Jenée Desmond-Harris, Vox)

In defense of Trump voters (Dan McLaughlin, National Review)

The "inner city" reality is complicated (Brentin Mock, City Lab)

An interview with a black man who loves standing up to alt-right trolls on Twitter (Daniel Hayes, Thought Catalogue)

Jury selection postponed in Dylann Roof trial (Tonya Maxwell (Ashville Citizen-Times, North Carolina), USA Today)

Latino voter wall blocks Trump's path to White House (Adrian D. Pantoja, Ph.D, The Huffington Post)

Maybe if the black left were Trump supporters, Democrats would put some respect on their names (Kirsten West Savali, The Root)

The new evangelical moral minority (Kelefa Sanneh, The New Yorker)

North Carolina Republicans just bragged that black voter turnout is down in their state (German Lopez, Vox)

The Oath Keepers, the far-right group answering Trump's call to watch the polls, explained (Jennifer Williams, Vox)

Obama and the black millennial (Leslie McLemore II, Jackson Free Press, Mississippi)

The paranoid style in American politics (Artikel fra november 1964, Richard Hofstadter, Harper's Magazine)

Record Latino turnout could change Arizona forever (Alice Miranda Ollstein, Think Progress)

The refugee elected president (Michelle Delgado, The Atlantic)

"Something is happening that is amazing," Trump said. He was right. (Jenna Johnson, The Washington Post)

The Supreme Court ruled that voting restrictions were a bydone problem. Early voting results suggest otherwise. (Emily Bazelon, The New York Times Magazine)

This election is a referendum on hate (David Corn, Mother Jones)

This is the year of the Latino vote (Dara Lind, Vox)

This time, there really is a Hispanic voter surge (Nate Cohn, The New York Times)

Trump ends his campaign—surprise, surprise—by insulting Latinos (Tim Mak, The Daily Beast)

Trump in 2012: Immigration "a top priority" (Video, Rafael Bernal, The Hill)

The uncomfortable history of hoodies (Alice Newell-Hanson, I-D (Vice))

What to do about racial disparities? (Roger Clegg, The National Interest)

Who are the Oath Keepers? Meet the militia group that plans to watch polling stations on election day (Video, Tim Marcin, International Business Times)

Why electing Donald Trump could make poltiical correctness worse (Cathy Young, The Federalist)

Why those who cherish Martin Luther King must oppose Donald Trump (Obery M. Hendricks, Jr., Ph.D., The Huffington Post)

Why you should be talking about Standing Rock on the eve of the election (Kelly Hayes, Truthout)

Will North Carolina lead the way to a New South? (Joan Walsh, The Nation)


14 crucial stories about the Latino vote in 2016 (Ben Smith, BuzzFeed)

After Mt. Greenwood police shooting, Black Lives Matter told to "go home" (Evan F. Moore, DNAinfo)

America on the edge (Daniel Dale, The Toronto Star, Canada)

A changing America faces a stark choice this election (Domenico Montanaro, NPR)

Countering political division: the transforming power of a real conversation (Harry Bruinius, The Christian Science Monitor)

Donald Trump's extremist supporters feel like winners either way (Jonathan Mahler, Julie Turkewitz, The New York Times)

Fear of Donald Trump helps Democrats mobilize Hispanics (Jeremy W. Peters, Amy Chozick, Lizette Alvarez, The New York Times)

From Zuccotti to Rikers: In memoir, political prisoner Cecily McMillan pulls no punches (Boganmeldelse, Mark Hand, Truthout)

I'm a Muslim navy veteran who saw firsthand what happened when the ayatollahs took over Iran. What's happening in America today terrifies me (Nate Terani, Mother Jones)

Latinos in Nevada waited in line for 2 hours to vote. Republicans smell a conspiracy. (Dara Lind, Vox)

Loving: Ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances (Filmanmeldelse, TIm Grierson, New Republic)

Republican "vote fraud" goon squads are nothing new (Rick Perlstein (Washington Spectator), Raw Story)

A river of lost souls runs through western Colorado (Amy Ellis Nutt, The Washington Post)

This election was about the issues (Tommy Craggs, Slate)

Why two states are at odds over the future of the death penalty (Paige Brettingen, The Atlantic)


2016: The year Latinos saved America? (James Fallows, The Atlantic)

After high-profile shootings, blacks seek prosecutor seats (Yamiche Alcindor, The New York Times)

Constructing race (Richard Marshall, 3:AM Magazine)

The death of Ricky Ray Rector (Nathan J. Robinson, Jacobin)

Gentrification protesters in Los Angeles target art galleries (Jennifer Medina, The New York Times)

Hillary Clinton appears to gain late momentum on surge of Latino voters (Jonathan Martin, The New York Times)

How a Cuban excile became one of America's oldest pot prisoners (Jon Schuppe, NBC News)

Hundreds summoned as lawyers seek 12 to judge Dylann Roof (Glenn Smith, Jennifer Berry Hawes, The Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina)

Imagining America on Nov. 9 (Leder, The New York Times)

In Chicago, can "thinking slow" prevent crime? (Nissa Rhee, The Christian Science Monitor)

Latina hotel workers harness force of labor and of politics in Las Vegas (Dan Barry, The New York Times)

Living on the edges: Life in the colonias of Texas (Patrick Strickland, Al Jazeera)

A podcast listener's guide to the 2016 election (Matt Thompson, The Atlantic)

Polls show African-American vote for Donald Trump is double Mitt Romney's vote (Neil Munro, Breitbart)

Presidential election: High early turnout among Latino voters could mean trouble for Donald Trump (Jonathan Martin, Alan Rappeport, The New York Times)

Record numbers of Hispanics are voting early to keep Trump out of the White House (Christopher Groskopf, Quartz)

Tim Kaine cheers end of white majority in Spanish address (Julia Hahn, Breitbart)

Trump says African Americans are living in hell. That depends on what you mean by hell (Jaweed Kaleem, Ann M. Simmons, Los Angeles Times)

The US-Mexico border is not a hellscape: debunking the Trump campaign’s founding myth (Daniel Denvir, Vox)

What's going on (The Economist)

When white nationalists show up to 'monitor' the polls (Patrik Jonsson, The Christian Science Monitor)


The age of vitriol: Edward Luce on US politics and social media (Edward Luce, Financial Times)

Alabama prison officials retaliate against prison strike leader by cutting water to cell (Brian Sonenstein, Shadowproof)

Are get-out-the-vote efforts targeting Latinos working? (Emily Bazelon, The New York Times Magazine)

Black Lives Matter protesters sue to stop police from acting as prosecutors (Nathan Tempey, Gothamist)

Can training help people un-learn a lifetime of racial bias? (Kat McGowan, Nautilus)

Can white blue-collar voters give Trump victory? (Video, William H. Frey, Newsweek)

Clinton allies fret about black voters sitting out the election (Daniel Dale, The Toronto Star, Canada)

College subsidies for illegal immigrants get their day in court (Cully Stimson, The Daily Signal)

Dabs for votes: Does using hip-hop culture help candidates win elections? (Lawrence Burney, Noisey (Vice))

Dakota Access Pipeline: environmental racism, broken treaties, state collusion, modern Pinkertons, police brutality and intimidation. (Mickie Lynn, Albany Times Union, New York)

Donald Trump and the death of American exceptionalism (Jelani Cobb, The New Yorker)

The FBI looks like Trump's America (Josh Gerstein, Politico)

From Harlem, white liberals sound "ignorant," "racist" in talking about voter ID (Jack Davis, Western Journalism)

How centrists failed immigrants (Daniel Denvir, Jacobin)

How victims of racism in the sharing economy get screwed over twice (Sidney Fussell, Fusion)

"Informed rant": The violence of borders, racist mascots and the real news (Podcast, Joshua Scheer, Reece Jones, Informed Rant, TruthDig)

In GOP country, a small labor organization offers a model for fighting Trumpism (Sarah Jaffe, The Nation)

Jeff Nichols's "Loving": An airbrushed portrait of the interracial couple whose struggle changed history (Filmanmeldelse, Richard Brody, The New Yorker)

Jewish journalists warn anti-semitic trolling "not going away" after election (John Bonazzo, New York Observer)

Latinos flex their political muscle in South's early vote (Allie Yee, Facing South)

Lawsuit filed over Facebook's "discriminatory" ethnic preference ad tool (Patrick Kulp, Mashable)

Let’s stop giving racist online trolls more credit than they deserve (Ethan Chiel, Fusion)

Loretta Sanchez winning the Latino vote for California senate seat, but losing the race (Tori Richards, Fox News Latino)

Melania Trump modeled in U.S. prior to getting work visa (Associated Press, Politico)

"Michael Moore in TrumpLand": Filmmaker on Donald Trump, white men and the sound of dying dinosaurs (Video, Amy Goodman (Democracy Now), Truthout)

Mother of Walter Scott testifies in murder trial of officer Michael Slager (Democracy Now)

North Carolina Republicans are using one shameful trick after another to keep Democrats from voting (German Lopez, Vox)

NYT: Dakota Pipeline protesters are victims of "white people" (Chris White, The Daily Caller)

NYU's mysterious, anti-P.C. "deplorable" prof has been unveiled (Colleen Flaherty, Slate)

Oath keepers prepare for post-election false flags, Black Lives Matter IED attacks (Miranda Blue, Right Wing Watch)

The Obama tragedy (Myron Magnet, City Journal)

"Perfect storm" expected to drive Latino voter turnout to new heights (Mercedes Olivera, The Dallas Morning News)

Plunder, pipelines and porous borders (David Frum, Gary Doer, Review Canada)

The reason so many black teachers leave the job early (Emmanuel Felton, Washington Monthly)

Ruling preserves voting rights for thousands in North Carolina (Michael Wines, The New York Times)

A scholar of fascism sees a lot that's familiar with Trump (Jonathan Blitzer, The New Yorker)

The script of a real-life tragedy (Der Spiegel, Tyskland)

Searching for civic unity for L.A. black and Latino communities (Johnny Magdaleno, Next City)

Sen. Kirk at final debate with Rep. Duckworth: "I am not a racist" (Rick Pearson, Kim Geiger, Chicago Tribune)

The simple reason black early voting is down, and why it shouldn’t worry Democrats too much (Tara Golshan, Vox)

Some of the fears of election day intimidation might be overblown (Jesse Singal, New York Magazine)

"Star Trek" and the evolution of "the kiss" controversy (Chelsea Adams, PopMatters)

Stephen Bannon's long game (Jeet Heer, New Republic)

Supporters trust that a Trump presidency will fix just about everything (Nitasha Tiku, Otillia Steadman, Mat Honan, Buzzfeed)

Supreme Court halts scheduled execution of Alabama death row inmate (Mark Berman, The Washington Post)

There are 868 fewer places to vote in 2016 because the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act (Ari Berman, The Nation)

Tim Kaine en Español: The Democratic veep nominee leans heavily on Latinos to turn out in Arizona (Simon Maloy, Salon)

Trump and the truth: The viral candidate (Andrew Marantz, The New Yorker)

The Trump effect: How hateful rhetoric is affecting America's children (Alexis Sottile, Rolling Stone)

Trump time capsule #152: The end (James Fallows, The Atlantic)

The urgency of the lesser evil (Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic)

Where the deplorables go from here: If Trump’s army won’t disband, can we make peace with it? (Chauncey DeVega, Salon)

The white and black worlds of Loving v. Virginia (Arica L. Coleman, TIME)

Who's voting early? Latino turnout is surging, but white turnout is, too. (Bernard L. Fraga, Brian Schaffner, The Washington Post)

Will America earn the right to survive? (Ariel Dorfman, The Atlantic)

Will America's good name survive the 2016 election? (Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy)


The 10-year crusade to reinvent politics in the Grand Canyon state (Maria Bustillos, The Nation)

About those missing white voters: Missing nonwhite voters may end up mattering, too. (Greg Sargent, The Washington Post)

The American Dream is killing us (Mark Manson, New York Observer)

The black boy literary survival kit (Mychal Denzel Smith, Literary Hub)

Black church torched in Mississippi, with "Vote Trump" painted on wall (Cleve R. Wootson Jr., The Washington Post)

Bonfire of the narratives (Richard Cooke, The Monthly, Australien)

Clinton's 30-point lead in Florida Hispanic poll is "terrifying" to GOP nationwide (Marc Caputo, Politico)

Clinton's growing lead with college-educated whites could block Trump (Sahil Kapur, Bloomberg)

Clinton turns to Jay Z in a final appeal to young black Americans (Reggie Ugwu, Buzzfeed)

Confederate flag supporter throws bomb at Mississippi Walmart after threatening store in Facebook post: authorities (Nicole Hensley, New York Daily News)

Crossing the border for school (Emily Deruy, The Atlantic)

David Duke's last stand (Tyler Bridges, Politico Magazine)

Diamond and Silk, Trump's biggest supporters, are no joke (Donovan X. Ramsey, Complex)

Donald Trump can't count on those "missing white voters" (Nate Cohn, The New York Times)

A drop of water in the desert, and a flood of migrants (Warren Richey, The Christian Science Monitor)

Every month is Black History Month (Susan Straight, Literary Hub)

Evidence of things not seen (David Ehrenstein, Fandor)

How states moved toward stricter voter ID laws (Jasmine C. Lee, The New York Times)

The human right to water at Standing Rock (Marjorie Cohn, TruthOut)

Is black early-voting turnout a cause for concern? (Vann R. Newkirk II, The Atlantic)

Jury in Michael Slager murder trial nearly all white; judge rejects defense effort to move trial (Andrew Knapp, The Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina)

Last stand against the racial state (David Cole, Taki's Magazine)

Let the public see police officers' records (Leder, The New York Times)

Loving is history at its best (Filmanmeldelse, Michelle Dean, New Republic)

My journey to the center of the alt-right (Luke O'Brien, The Huffington Post)

The myth of the "secret" Trump voter just suffered a major blow (Tina Nguyen, Vanity Fair)

The new white voters that Trump was counting on are supporting Hillary Clinton (Jason Easley, PoliticusUSA)

One Ohio county's struggles are fueling Trump support (Clare Malone, FiveThirtyEight)

The roots of Route 66 (Candacy Taylor, The Atlantic)

These are the 749 inmates awaiting execution on California's death row (Paige St. John, Maloy Moore, Los Angeles Times)

The US already has a border wall and it's basically useless (Keegan Hamilton, Vice)

The voter fraud lie we can't shake (Dale Ho, The New York Times)

Walter Scott's character scrutinized in trial of officer who killed him (Alan Blinder, The New York Times)

Walter Scott's brother on Michael Slager's trial and an unwanted legacy (Khushbu Shah, CNN)

What it feels like when a life sentence is overturned (James D. Walsh, New York Magazine)

Who goes Trump? (James Kirchick, Tablet)

Why is this man dead? (David Gambacorta, Philadelphia Magazine)

Why understanding Native American religion is important for resolving the Dakota Access Pipeline crisis (Rosalyn R. LaPier, The Conversation)


8 instances of voter fraud in 2016, and it's not even election day yet (Fred Lucas, The Daily Signal)

Alt-right is a new, evolving movement (EJ Nunez, The Daily Cougar, University of Houston, Texas)

As McMullin hits Trump on racism, white nationalist apologizes for verbal attack (Matt Canham, The Salt Lake Tribune, Utah)

A black church burned in the name of Trump (Emma Green, The Atlantic)

Black lawmakers join fight against Facebook's racial profiling (Dakshayani Shankar, NBC News)

Black Lives Matter founders, Zendaya, Simone Biles among Glamour's women of the year (Kenrya Rankin, ColorLines)

Black Lives Matter to rebuild Sam DuBose memorial Thursday (Steve Beynoon, Fox19, Cincinnati, Ohio)

Bronx man dies after police use Taser on him (Christopher Mele, The New York Times)

Chicago's World Series weekend was also its deadliest of the year (Wright Thompson, The Undefeated)

Closing the gap for low-income high school students (Sharon Contreras, The Undefeated)

Details emerge about suspected Iowa cop killer Scott Greene (Video, Max Kutner, Newsweek)

Disenfranchised by misinformation: Many Americans are allowed to vote but don't know it (Victoria Law, Truthout)

Donald Trump campaign denounces KKK newspaper's support (Peter Holley, Chicago Tribune)

Dylann Roof, Michael Slager on trial: Five essential reads on Charleston (Danielle Douez, The Conversation)

A feasible roadmap to compulsory voting (Nicholas Stephanopoulos, The Atlantic)

For better or worse, how Mississippi remembers Emmett Till (W. Ralph Eubanks, Dave Tell, Literary Hub)

Former KKK leader David Duke blames debate protests on Black Lives Matter "radicals" (Radio, Debbie Elliott, Morning Edition, NPR)

GOP challenger uses Trayvon Martin protest pic to tie Democrat to terrorists (Tim Elfrink, Miami New Times)

Granddaughters of the revolution (Alexa Tsoulis-Reay, New York Magazine)

The greatest gift to the racist right: President Hillary Clinton (James King, Vocativ)

Hillary Clinton: Trayvon Martin only "bought a pack of Skittles and walked back home in the rain" (Awr Hawkins, Breitbart)

How do you get David Duke to leave your party? (Olivia Nuzzi, Esquire)

How the Alt Right is trying to create a safe space for racism on college campuses (Shane Burley, Alexander Reid Ross, Open Democracy)

How the internet is loosening our grip on the truth (Farhad Manjoo, The New York Times)

Iowa police arrest suspect in "ambush" killings of 2 officers (Richard Pérez-Peña, Jonah Engel Bromwich, Sewell Chan, The New York Times)

Iowa police take suspect in "ambush-style" killings of two officers into custody (Video, Mark Berman, William Wan, Travis M. Andrews, The Washington Post)

It's not Airbnb's job to check me for bigotry (Joy Pullmann, The Federalist)

I won't keep your secrets any longer (Allison Bedford, The Huffington Post)

A judge keeps his eye on police spies (Leder, The New York Times)

The Khizr Khan voters (Wajahat Ali, The New York Times)

KKK paper endorses Trump; campaign calls outlet "repulsive" (Scott Detrow, NPR)

KKK’s official newspaper supports Donald Trump for president (Peter Holley, The Washington Post)

Life on the Pine Ridge Native American reservation (Patrick Strickland, Al Jazeera)

Lil Wayne on Black Lives Matter remark: "Apologies to anyone who was offended" (The Guardian)

Lil Wayne on Black Lives Matter: "What is it?" (Video, Daniel Kreps, Rolling Stone)

Loving is a stirring romance with a Supreme Court case thrown in (Filmanmeldelse, Alissa Wilkinson,Vox)

A lynching in Georgia: the living memorial to America’s history of racist violence (Peter C. Baker, The Guardian)

My hometown and the rise of Donald J. Trump (Jacob Geers, Thought Catalogue)

Nature’s wall: the human toll of crossing the US border (Warren Richey, The Christian Science Monitor)

Neo-Nazis and white supremacists cook up idiotic plan to keep black people from voting (Kali Holloway, AlterNet)

Nothing to lose (Peter Shapiro, Jacobin)

Obama: Army Corps examining possible rerouting of Dakota Access Pipeline (Rebecca Hersher, NPR)

Obama says alternate routes are being reviewed for Dakota pipeline (Christine Hauser, The New York Times)

One veteran's war on Islamophobia (Nate Terani (TomDispatch), TruthDig)

Pro-Trump white nationalists plan mass voter-suppression effort (Abigail Tracy, Vanity Fair)

Reinventing democracy in America starts by voting, then building an accountability movement (Eric Ortiz, TruthDig)

The Right Stuff trolls Politico, promises herds of alt-right voter suppressors in "the ghettos in Philly with 40s and weed" (Brendan Gauthier, Salon)

RNC: We swear we're not helping Trump camp with poll watcher effort (Tierney Sneed, Talking Points Memo)

Stop the hysterics over "voter suppression" (David French, National Review)

Suspect in the killing of two Iowa officers has a history of racist incidents and clashes with police (Matt Pearce, Jaweed Kaleem, Los Angeles Times)

The rise of the alt-right: White supremacy and anti-semitism go mainstream (Joseph C. Wilson, The Huffington Post)

The sharing economy has a serious racism problem - but there may be a way to fix it (Jeff Guo, The Washington Post)

The silver lining of voter ID laws: they aren’t effective at suppressing the vote (German Lopez, Vox)

This cop made it his mission to fight Islamophobia. Then anti-Muslim violence hit his own family. (Mansi Choksi, Narratively)

Trump can happen again (Jamelle Bouie, Slate)

Trump, waking a "sleeping giant," helps Clinton build an unlikely firewall (Jonathan Martin, Alexander Burns, The New York Times)

Two Americas: Why Donald Trump still has a lot of support (John Cassidy, The New Yorker)

Two years after Ferguson, Missouri cops are accused of shaking down the poor (Daniel Denvir, Vice)

USA efter Obama (Theresa Rekling, Featuring)

Walter Scott shooting: Openings set for Thursday in ex-officer's trial (Video, Keith O'Shea, Ralph Ellis, CNN)

“We were married on the second day of June, and the police came after us the 14th of July.” (Hillary Kelly, Washingtonian)

White nationalists plot Election Day show of force (Ben Schreckinger, Politico)

Why understanding Native American religion is important for resolving the Dakota Access Pipeline crisis (Rosalyn R. LaPier, The Conversation)


4 of the biggest myths about voter fraud, debunked (Amrita Khalid, The Daily Dot)

Americans don't need reconciliation - they need to get better at arguing (Eric Liu, The Atlantic)

Appeals courts are dismantling stricter voter ID laws (Mark Walsh, ABA Journal)

Behind 2016's turmoil, a crisis of white identity (Amanda Taub, The New York Times)

Black Democrats have a simple explanation for low turnout: Obama's not on the ballot (Darren Sands, Buzzfeed)

Black turnout soft in early voting, boding ill for Hillary Clinton (Jeremy W. Peters, Richard Fausset, Michael Wines, The New York Times)

The Bundy brothers wouldn't have been acquitted if they were black (Marcie Bianco, Quartz)

Chicago employers relax office schedules, offer incentives to get people to vote (Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz, Chicago Tribune)

Cinematic justice: The PS interview with Ava DuVernay (Kathleen Sharp, Pacific Standard)

Democrats and Latino leaders expect - and pray for - record Hispanic turnout (Adrian Carrasquillo, Buzzfeed)

The disturbing details of Trump's alleged voter-intimidation efforts (Emma Green, The Atlantic)

Fanny Howe on race, family, and the line between fiction and poetry (Bill Corbett, Literary Hub)

Flouting federal courts on voter ID isn't helping Texas' legal defense (Tierney Sneed, Talking Points Memo)

The GOP's breakdown is only just beginning (Julia Azari, Politico Magazine)

Higher walls alone won't fix immigration (Kristie De Peña, Real Clear Policy)

How the Democratic Party lost touch with the white working class (Isaac Chotiner, Slate)

Inside one group's fight to turn out Latino voters and stop Trump (Lauren Fox, Talking Points Memo)

Inside the battle over the Dakota Access Pipeline (Antonia Juhasz, Pacific Standard)

KKK paper embraces Trump in front-page article (Harper Neidig, The Hill)

Nameplate necklaces: This shit is for us (Collier Meyerson, Fusion)

No, “Blacks for Trump” isn’t the work of white supporters faking diversity. It’s worse. (Jenée Desmond-Harris, Vox)

The "normalization" of Trump, and what comes after (Charles Homans, The New York Times Magazine)

NYPD settlement on Muslim surveillance not "sufficient", judge rules (Mazin Sidahmed, The Guardian)

The Obama tragedy (Myron Magnet, City Journal)

People at the front lines of the battle over the Dakota Access Pipeline are calling it a "death sentence" (Erin Brodwin, Business Insider)

Separated: Deported mothers and their American children (Video, John Dickie, Al Jazeera)

Should Democrats be concerned over low black voter turnout in Florida? Yes — a little. (Tara Golshan, Vox)

Social decay: what the conversation about Trump and the white working class misses (Sean Illing, Vox)

Testimony set to begin in Ohio police shooting trial (Associated Press, St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

The tribe protesting the Dakota Pipeline is ready to defend its wireless network (Paul Spencer, Motherboard (Vice))

Trump dread (Sean Nelson, The Stranger, Seattle, Washington)

Trump's appeasers (Frank Rich, New York Magazine)

Trump's immigrant bashing isn't winning the GOP white voters (Shikha Dalmia,

Trump's inconvenient racial truth (Nikole Hannah-Jones, The New York Times Magazine)

Trump thrives in small towns that are becoming less white in a hurry (Eric Levitz, New York Magazine)

Unthinkable politics and the dead bodies of children (Henry A. Giroux, Truthout)

The view from two sides of the Standing Rock front lines (Jack Healy, The New York Times)

What the viral Facebook check-in at Standing Rock says about activist surveillance (Victoria M. Massie, Vox)

Who's to blame for poisoning of Flint's water? (Wendy N. Davis, ABA Journal)

Who watches the poll watchers? (Dahlia Lithwick, Slate)

Why does education translate to less support for Donald Trump? (Toni Monkovic, The New York Times)

Why police from different states invaded a Standing Rock camp -- and other questions (Tracy Loeffelholz Dunn (Yes), Truthout)