Isaac Miller

With Osama bin Laden's death, we see the return of militaristic and nationalistic celebrations of a kind and scale that haven't occurred much since the beginning of the Second Iraq War. more

May 2, 2011 11:13 PM Dispatches

By Isaac Miller Perched among San Francisco skyscrapers Mandeep Sethi guides us through this dreamscape of a song. A meditation on the mechanics of assimilation and cultural imperialism, "Where Do We Go From Here?" deftly interrogates without ... more

Apr 27, 2011 5:41 PM Dispatches

To close out Women's History Month (and in honor of the radical origins of International Women's Day), we are spotlighting legendary Detroit activist Grace Lee Boggs. more

Mar 29, 2011 2:30 PM Dispatches

By Isaac Miller This week's piece, "32 flavors" comes from Ani DiFranco, the iconic feminist DIY singer-songwriter and independent record label founder. DiFranco's work embodies the phrase "the personal is political", viewing politics not only... more

Mar 17, 2011 1:35 PM Dispatches

At the close of Black History Month and the start of Women's History Month, we're going to spotlight the intersectional genius of poet, dramatist, and intellectual Chinaka Hodge. more

Mar 1, 2011 3:31 PM Dispatches

By Isaac Miller While one month is certainly not enough to celebrate and honor Black History, we can still take this month as an opportunity to do what we should be doing every month, namely give the proper respect and attention to the past, p... more

Feb 25, 2011 7:40 PM Dispatches

By Isaac Miller I am listening to the song "Million Man March" released last year by UK musicians Lowkey and Mai Khalil as the eyes of the world are on Egypt, where the people of the world's largest Arab country are rising up against a militar... more

Feb 3, 2011 6:56 PM Dispatches