Ethnicity in the Ancient World — Did It Matter? Erich S. Gruen Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2020 Erich S. Gruen is a Vienna-born Jewish classics professor who taught at Berkeley for more than 40 years. He is 88 years old. As a demonstration of the persistence of the Jewish project — comparable to George […]
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Sir Richard Francis Burton, in 1864 Sir Richard Francis Burton (1821–1890) was a nineteenth-century British explorer made famous by being one of the first White men to venture into the forbidden city of Mecca, plumb the depths of Africa with Sir Jonathan Speke in search of the source of the Nile, and to complete a […]
Part 1 Part 2 The Legal Landscape American law deals frequently and expansively with the topic of race. The Constitution itself has three amendments that implicate race. The 13th Amendment outlaws slavery, though it does not explicitly mention race. The 14th Amendment requires governments to give citizens the “equal protection of the laws.” It also […]
Begin at Part 1. Homogenous Societies Are Healthy Societies: Why We Need a Right of Association It is time to affirm a White right of association. To begin with, Whites simply desire it. From decisions on which neighborhood to live in, whom to date and marry, and where to worship, Whites choose the company of […]
What follows is a 2005 exchange between Justice Stephen Breyer of the Supreme Court and Joshua Rosenkranz, an attorney arguing for the unconstitutionality of a law that denied federal funding to law schools that barred military recruiters from campus. Justice Breyer: — So, in fact, to be clear, you also think schools that are angry […]
White people, more than other racial groups, seem to enjoy taking big physical risks. I was reminded of this upon hearing of the death of White Canadian female halfpipe skier, Sarah Burke. She was White, beautiful, 29 years old. Great physical shape, obviously. No children born. But she was willing to fling her body into impossible […]
On the drive home from work the other day, I was listening to an NPR report on a math geek get-together in Boston. What got my attention wasn’t the story, but the name of the reporter: Ari Daniel Shapiro. The insertion of the middle name “Daniel” was perplexing, until it became clear that they were […]