Does Rittenhouse Show America's Crossed a Rubicon?
by Jim Sleeper
Do those applauding Kyle Rittenhouse's acquittal understand the chaos that could be unleashed when (not if) armed vigilante squads feel invited to show up not just at protests but at polling places?
SOURCE: Editorial Board
Rittenhouse's Defense is Trying to Connect to a Long History of State Support for White Vigilantism
by Mia Brett
Police tolerance and even encouragement of the presence of Kyle Rittenhouse and other vigilantes on the streets of Kenosha in August 2020 was no anomaly.
Historians on the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial
As Kyle Rittenhouse's trial advances to jury deliberation, historians weigh in.
Who Owns History? New Book Reconsiders San Gabriel Valley’s Pioneer Past
The local history project East of East seeks to amplify the histories of people of color in El Monte, CA.
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