Issue 21

March 2020

Symposium: Noel Ignatiev, 1940–2019


Good-Bye, Noel

My Friend and Comrade

Memories of Noel Ignatin

Israeli-Jewish Race Traitorship and the Question of Palestine

An Exchange on History From the Bottom Up

Noel Ignatiev’s Conflicted Anti-Fascism

Irishness and White Dominion, Reflections on Ignatiev

Ignatiev in the Age of Trump

Review: Jeremiah Moss, Vanishing New York: How a Great City Lost its Soul (2017)

John Garvey
Amiri Barksdale
Loren Goldner
Ken Lawrence moved to the South after being an activist in Chicago, beginning in the late 1950s, as a Young Socialist, as a civil rights activist, and as an anti-war activist. He had been a member of the Young Peoples Socialist League and the Socialist Party, and a member of Facing Reality. In the 1970s, he was a member of Sojourner Truth Organization.”
Dr. Ronit Lentin is a retired associate professor of sociology, Trinity College Dublin. Among her books: Racism and Antiracism in Ireland (2002), After Optimism? Ireland, Racism and Globalization (2006), Thinking Palestine (2008), and Traces of Racial Exception: Racializing Israeli Settler Colonialism (2018).
Staughton Lynd and Noel Ignatiev
Matthew Lyons is the principal blogger at threewayfight, an insurgent blog on the struggle against the state and fascism.
Robbie McVeigh
Adam Sabra
Loren Goldner