A two-hour late-night discussion with author, playwright and publisher Jonathan Marcantoni on everything from the brown-washing of pre-Columbian history, puritanical liberalism, and the conservative nature of Latino culture, to the crises in art and literature, and the state of the #MeToo movement.
Why U.S. history tends to repeat itself — from the Indians to today.
And why people keep telling them.
“The day Berta was killed, I knew more or less who had done it and why, and I was sure everyone else knew, too.”
There’s no such thing as “just Mexican.”
The Left is divided and in trouble. But maybe that’s a good thing.
Why an understanding of black history is crucial for all people of color.
We can’t hope for solidarity among all people of color until Latinos learn to set aside their differences.