Peter Dreier

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Peter Dreier is a professor of politics at Occidental College.

Police Killings Have Been A Consistent Part Of American History. But Now They’re Caught On Video.
Public awareness is increasing. But police killings have not significantly declined.
How Roberto Clemente Harnessed Celebrity To Change America
How Much Can The Recall Of San Francisco’s Chesa Boudin Actually Tell Us About The National Mood?
Commentators say it’s part of a broader conservative backlash. That's wrong.
25 Great Films About The Civil Rights Movement
As Lockout Begins, Baseball’s Hall of Fame Blacklists Curt Flood—Again
This week's lockout highlights Flood's legacy.
Last Week’s Local Elex Results Send Mixed Signals About Where Democratic Party Is Headed
The national political climate shaped municipal races across the country and two key issues – crime and housing – galvanized voters, but in opposite directions.
Joe Biden
The Press Keeps Getting It Wrong: The Democrats Are NOT Divided
Just a few members out of the hundreds of Democrats elected to the House and Senate are stalling the President's agenda.
This Labor Day, For The First Time In Years, Senators Have A Choice On Workers Rights
The PRO Act would transform workplaces and society.
Milton Campbell (second from the left) is shown at the finish of the Decathlon 100-meter hurdles event at the 1952 Olympics. Campbell won the Gold in the event. Helsinki, Finland, 1954. PhotoQuest/ Getty Images.
Milt Campbell: The World’s Greatest Athlete You Never Heard Of
Soon after his Olympic success, Campbell almost disappeared from public attention.
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