Nigeria by: Jason Seavey Background Boko Haram is an Islamist militant group that operates in Nigeria, Chad, Niger, and Northern Cameroon. According to the US State Department, “[Boko Haram] receives the bulk of its funding from bank robberies and related
By Seyitcan Ucin and George Kunkel This morning, members of Princeton Private Prison Divest (PPPD) – a coalition of Princeton University students, faculty, and staff – published a press release calling for urgent action. It detailed PPPD’s demands that Princeton
Despite disappointing results, and compounded feelings of hopelessness, we cannot afford to give up the fight.
We have to be long distance runners in struggle for truth and justice. I recall in 1980 I felt the same thing when Reagan won. Here we are, thirty-six years later, with the triumph of Trump.
So far, the focus of the left has been on the outcome of the election—Clinton or Sanders, then Clinton or Trump? However, we believe that progressives must focus on the day after the election.
The Progressive writers and editors take on Super Tuesday in the ongoing story of Elections 2016
We denounce those who vilify Professor Perry and seek to invalidate her experiences. We are enraged about the structures, policies, and practices that make her experience—and that of countless Black people—possible. And we are proud to stand with Professor Imani Perry.
Progressive editors and staff writers weigh in on the New Hampshire Primary
We have gathered here today to outline our demands for this administration so that it may be held accountable in improving the social and academic experiences of its black students at Princeton. There is no pride in being the number one university in the country when for its students of color and marginalized communities, Princeton very rarely leads but often follows.
The black students protesting at Yale and Mizzou aren’t threatening anyone’s freedom of speech. And the selective, sudden concern for free speech exposes the racism of those who respond to black students’ pain with complaints about political correctness.