Author of Mistaken Identity: Anti-Racism and the Struggle Against White Supremacy
Asad Haider is a founding editor of Viewpoint magazine and author of a new book, Mistaken ...
The Sox have done it again this week, winning the fourth World Series in 15 years. You can’t walk down the street without seeing a proud fan sauntering with a Red Sox cap cocked on their head. A little over a hundred years ago, though, baseball wasn’t ... read more
A number of writers who teach at Grub Street (an independent “creative writing center” on Boylston Street) have been landing on the bestseller lists and reeling in million-dollar advances. Among them is Celeste Ng, whose novel ... read more
In America we always seem to be in search of the authentic. Whether it’s Jay Z or Cardi B, we like our artists to keep it real. So it’s not surprising that there is a lot of buzz about a novel written by a Native American set in Oakland. It’s a world ... read more
Why did you decide to publish a book on “universalizing resistance” at this particular moment in history?
Because our survival is at stake. Universalizing resistance is a path toward dismantling the militarized capitalism before it wipes us all out. Climate ... read more
Lindy West and quashing sexist slurs
"Keeping people behind bars for longer and longer periods of time does not help."
Black Mass is the one thing it shouldn’t be.