critical race theory

On the Limitations of the ‘Lived Experience’

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On the Limitations of the ‘Lived Experience’
For the better part of a decade, I immersed myself in social justice causes. I made sure I kept myself up-to-date with the latest social justice jargon, even when it was confusing and contradictory (though I wouldn’t admit to it at the time).

On the Limitations of the ‘Lived Experience’

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The Underground Exclusive Episode 3: Arty Morty Part 2

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This is the second half of Sasha and Nesim's conversation with Arty Morty. They get into a discussion of class, race, feminism, American foreign policy, our favorite TV shows, and much more.

The Underground Exclusive Episode 3: Arty Morty Part 2

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The Underground Episode 3: Arty Morty on the Social Woes of Wokeness

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The Underground Episode 3: Arty Morty on the Social Woes of WokenessThis episode Sasha and Nesim are joined by Arty Morty for a conversation about whether the entrenchment of identity is good or bad for minority groups, what they think of media representation of their own identities, what certain activists don't understand about human behavior, and much more.
This is part one of their two hour long conversation.

The Underground Episode 3: Arty Morty on the Social Woes of Wokeness

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The Underground Episode 1: White Privilege

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Ep 1 The UndergroundIn this episode, Sasha and vatani discuss the concept of white privilege and give their critique of the popular theory peddled by those such as Robin DiAngelo and Ibram X. Kendi. They talk about why they think the conversation is being steered away from class issues, and why identity has taken the center stage in political and social discourse.

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Solidarity Wins Out Over Intolerance and Cancel Culture

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Last week Plebity awarded its most recent Free Speech Fund grant to Valerie Pelletier. Plebity thanks Jodi Shaw for her generous donation to our Free Speech Fund which makes our support for individuals like Valerie possible.

Solidarity Wins Out Over Intolerance and Cancel Culture

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How the Left Woke Up and Found Its Inner Anti-Semitism

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Antisemitic anti-immigrant cartoon, 1890The mildest of criticisms aimed at woke theology are considered literal violence by its proponents. But at the same time, the harshest slurs and insults are completely acceptable if they are deployed against individuals who are not part of what has become a protected caste. In fact, randomly tossing around words like bigot, Nazi or White supremacist is the woke sport of our age. Nazi no longer means members of the National Socialist Party of Germany in the 30s and 40s who were dedicated, above all else, to the extermination of other humans born into one particular group. For woke cultists, Nazi just means anyone who doesn’t adhere to the exact language of their catechism. It’s strange that it is necessary to say, in our modern woke world of supposed tolerance for everyone’s identity, that Jewish identity and the enduring nature of anti-Semitism are real.

How the Left Woke Up and Found Its Inner Anti-Semitism

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A Chat with Jodi Shaw and Colin Wright

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Jodi Shaw and Colin WrightIn this episode Sasha sits down with Jodi Shaw and Colin Wright for a conversation on gender identity ideology, critical race theory, and what it was like to be excommunicated from their careers after going against the grain of political and cultural orthodoxy.

A Chat with Jodi Shaw and Colin Wright

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