How Is the Left of the ’60s Different From the Left of Today?

How do the radical movements of today—Black Lives Matter, Antifa, and others—compare with their counterparts of the 1960s, such as the Black Panthers and the Weather Underground?

What would the leftists of the ’60s say about the rioting that followed the death of George Floyd, the toppling of disfavored statues, and efforts today to “defund the police”?

Lee Edwards, the … (Read the rest, here) “How Is the Left of the ’60s Different From the Left of Today?”

Black Leaders Rally to Save DC’s Lincoln Park Statue

Prominent African American leaders and others are rallying around a statue in Washington, D.C., depicting President Abraham Lincoln freeing a slave.

“We do not believe that America is so systematically racist that we should divide ourselves now and start having discussions with domestic terrorists about which statues stand and which statues fall,” Star Parker, president of the Center for Urban … (Read the rest, here) “Black Leaders Rally to Save DC’s Lincoln Park Statue”