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Gary Younge is a writer, broadcaster, professor of sociology at the University of Manchester and former Guardian columnist. His books include The Speech: The Story Behind Dr Martin Luther King Jr's Dream and Another Day in the Death of America.
Donald Trump’s brazen violations of democratic norms are not new, but a continuation of a political culture built on racism.
What connects the most brazen forms of state violence against black people and the struggles of BAME coronavirus patients is systemic racism.
The former vice president’s surge in the Democratic primaries reveals a split between those who aspire to transform the US politically – and those who seek victory at any cost.
Remembering the novelist, one year after her death.
The horrors of segregation bound the US civil rights movement together. Fifty years on from Martin Luther King’s great speech, inequality persists – but in subtler ways.