Category Archives: gender
Tagged conservatism, conservative, Democrats, DNC, GOP, government, Identity politics, liberal, liberalism, Politics, Republicans, RNC
In The End of Identity Liberalism, author Mark Lilla argues that identity politics – the idea that meeting the different needs of individual cultures and groups bonds a broadly diverse electorate – will always lose elections because it creates, by its very nature, more discord than unity.
Tagged Comedy, gender, profile, race
September 17, 2016
left: Angela Shelton and Frances Callier
LOS ANGELES – “I identify as black,” says Los Angeles based writer, actor and comedian Angela Virginia Shelton. “I don’t mind being called African American because I think that’s polite and appropriate, but my personal position on it is that I’m not an immigrant. I say black and I always have because I’m an American.”