Vijay Prashad: Red Books Day is about standing up to fascism and standing up for our own intellectual development.
Adolfo Alzuphar: After school I would listen to Liliane Pierre Paul with Lélé, which I would speak to no one about, except to myself.
Walter Moss: Lincoln was not as bad as Andrew Jackson, who presided over the Indian Removal Act (1830) and other policies that led to deaths of thousands of Native Americans–susceptibility to white men’s diseases had earlier been an even bigger killer.
Walter G. Moss: Both Sandburg and Berry have combined their empathy for common workers with strong criticism of capitalist flaws–Sandburg was a pre-World-War-I socialist.
Walter G. Moss: The anti-Christ, Armageddon, the Millennium, a “braindead megaphone” as president, the clowns in control, a culture addicted to celebrities and outlandish behavior, to many of us anti-Trumpians it all seems strange and weird. Welcome to the Trumpian universe—and may it all end soon.