Warren Blumenfeld says critics who equate Bernie Sanders’ politics with those of the Nazis show a deeply offensive misunderstanding of history and politics.
About Warren Blumenfeld
Dr. Warren J. Blumenfeld is author of Warren’s Words: Smart Commentary on Social Justice (Purple Press); co-editor ofReadings for Diversity and Social Justice (Routledge) and Investigating Christian Privilege and Religious Oppression in the United States (Sense); editor of Homophobia: How We All Pay the Price (Beacon Press), and co-author of Looking at Gay and Lesbian Life (Beacon Press).
The Confederate flag symbolizes the worst aspects of humanity’s inhumanity. The South must move on, says Warren Blumenfeld.
Warren Blumenfeld looks at how differently people within the same religion view homosexuality and same-sex marriage. Is God sending mixed messages?
Does putting a woman on the $20-bill represent actual change? Or does it mask systemic sexism and racism?
Yes, the Supreme Court’s decision was historic, but we — as a nation — have much farther to go on the path to social justice.
South Carolina is ranked 9th in firearm murders. While the NRA chants that guns save lives, Warren Blumenfeld looks at the clear, cold, hard facts.
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Warren Blumenfeld explains why it’s not “religious prejudice” to challenge degrading and marginalizing characterizations of people.
We have long since answered the question over whether humanity is responsible for climate change, and now we need to figure out how to fix the damage we have wrought.
When patriarchal structures converge with religious systems, female oppression and oppression of those who transgress gender binaries and boundaries became inevitable. Warren Blumenfield shows us how.
Warren J Blumenfield looks closely at the recent events of Jon Ritzheimer’s hateful anti-Islamic behaviors and calls us to action.
We need to stop thinking about bullying as a youth problem, and instead look at how bullying “trickles down” from adults to young people.