It’s been one year since Donald Trump was inaugurated, and one year since millions of people flooded to the streets for the anti-inauguration protests and the women’s marches to welcome Trump to his first day in office. This US politics reading list will inform and inspire readers to keep resisting.
The University of Michigan is preparing for a visit from white supremacist Richard Spencer. If past is prologue, then the UM administration’s policy will tend toward disengagement and caution, rather than effective resistance.
“An alarming, well-researched account of how the far-right extremist underground became empowered in the era of Trump... A prescient discussion of one of the darkest issues facing America today.” – Kirkus
Under the premise of social change, what many have come to rightfully recognize as the nonprofit industrial complex moves throughout the insides of genuine movements, commodifying, recycling, and taming anything too radical.