Critical scholars, experts, and activists reflect on the possible impacts of Trump’s election on a variety of social justice issues.
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• 21st-CENTURY FASCISM AND RESISTANCE (published Friday, Jan. 20)
Rachel Herzing & Isaac Ontiveros, Study for Struggle: Weaponizing Theory for the Fights Ahead
William I. Robinson, Trumpism, 21st-Century Fascism, and the Dictatorship of the Transnational Capitalist Class
• WOMEN’S ISSUES & REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS (published Thursday, Jan. 19)
Carol Mukhopadhyay, Gender and Trump
• HEALTH CARE (published Thursday, Jan. 19)
Thomas Bodenheimer, Trump’s Health Care Agenda
• INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (published Wednesday, Jan. 18)
Gregory Shank, Some Aspects of the Trump Administration’s Foreign Policy
Clifford Welch, Latin America vs. Trump
• WELFARE POLICY (published Tuesday, Jan. 17)
Gwendolyn Mink, The End of Welfare?
Tina Sacks, Death by a Thousand Budget Cuts: The Need for a New Fight for Poor People’s Rights
• IMMIGRATION POLICY (published Monday, Jan. 16)
Ray Michalowski, Donald Trump and Immigration: A Few Predictions
Marla Ramirez, The “Immigrant Problem”: A Historical Review and the New Impacts under Trump
• LGBTQ POLITICS (published Friday, Jan. 13)
Clare Sears, A Queer Exemption? What Trump’s Presidency Means for LGBTQ Politics
• ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY (published Thursday, Jan. 12)
Michael Lynch et al., Social Justice, Environmental Destruction, and the Trump Presidency: A Criminological View
Jordan Mazurek, Orange is the New Green: The Environmental Justice Implications of Trump’s EPA
• RACE & RACISM (published Wednesday, Jan. 11)
Jason Williams, Donald Trump and Race
• LABOR & CLASS (published Tuesday, Jan. 10)
Colin Jenkins, Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss: Bracing for Trump’s Anti-Worker, Corporate Agenda
• PENAL POLITICS (published Monday, Jan. 9)