What’s the difference between “genocide” and “crimes against humanity”? Both are terrible crimes, so why does the distinction matter? John Hagan addresses just this question in his new book, Darfur and the Crime of Genocide. While Hagan was on campus at the University of Minnesota for a lecture about the book, we sat down with him to discuss the meaning of genocide, the role of language in creating the conditions for genocide and the politics of numbers.
Also, Kristin Haltinner shares a fascinating discovery about how white power activists manage their identity.
Cash — July 14, 2011
Action requires kolnwegde, and now I can act!