The Current Affairs panel discusses the politics of tragedy, we attempt to define fascism, and we all share something that gives us hope in the 2018 elections.
- Briahna Joy Gray, contributing editor
- Vanessa A. Bee, social media editor
- Sparky Abraham, finance editor
- Nathan J. Robinson, editor-in-chief
- Pete Davis, host
Further reading on the politics of tragedy
Nathan's piece on politicizing tragedies is here. The Outline had an essay on politicizing tragedies here and The Guardian had one on the conservative theory of tragedies here. Plus, here's Nathan's inciteful/insightful architecture article.
Further reading on fascism
Brendan O’Neill makes the case we should stop calling everything fascist here. Vox explains fascism here, Jason Stanley explains fascism here, and Peter Beinart grapples with whether Trump is a fascist here.
Further reading on Election 2018 hope
More on Lancaster Stands Up is here and here. More on unanimous juries is here. More on Florida's voter restoration is here. Briahna's piece on hope in Red America is here. More on the youth voter surge is here.
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