KCRW’s PRESS PLAY WITH MADELEINE BRAND interviews Joe Lowndes about the former Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio, who was sentenced to 22 years for his role in the Capitol insurrection — the harshest penalty yet related to that attack. Listen to the show
Secession movements in the PNW aren’t new. But lately, eastern Oregon is feeling Idaho-curious
The “Greater Idaho” movement is on a longshot quest to supersize Idaho by absorbing more than a dozen eastern Oregon counties — a big chunk of Oregon’s territory.
For the anniversary of the January 6 riot, I spoke with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Trymaine Lee about Black participation in the events of that day, and of multiculturalism on the far right more generally – a subject that Daniel Martinez HoSang and I explored in our book Producers, Parasites Patriots. Listen here!
A few weeks ago, Daniel Martinez HoSang and I were asked by the University of Minnesota Press to reflect on the contemporary landscape of US politics in light of recent attacks on the 1619 Project and Critical Race Theory. In this podcast we talk about reactionary threats from the right, but also some limitations with
Nikhil Pal Singh and Joe Lowndes discuss and debate today’s American Right: what sort of threat does the Far-Right pose? How does it relate to the Republican Party and to the neoliberal imperial Center? What does that mean for the Left? Read Corey Robin’s smart and short piece on impeachment jacobinmag.com/2021/01/corey-robin-what-impeachment-could-mean-trump Listen to Dan’s interview with
I appear in James Ross Gardner’s article for the New Yorker. https://www.newyorker.com/news/us-journal/how-the-coronavirus-exacerbated-oregons-bitter-political-divide
Trump’s attacks on the impeachment process and Minnesota’s Somali-refugee community are an appeal to America’s far-right militia movement, say professors Joe Lowndes and Gerald Horne.
Racism on the right wing is changing in weird and important ways, and liberal anti-racism offers no viable solution. Dan interviews Daniel Martinez HoSang and Joe Lowndes, authors of Producers, Parasites, Patriots: Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity.