marc lamont hill

The spread of laws seeking to undercut the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement is a threat to free speech.
The smear campaign has forced the broader public, particularly the African-American community, to reckon with his message.
The cable news giant seems perfectly fine with anti-Palestinian racism, though.
Hill's use of the phrase "from the river to the sea" drew criticism he called misguided. “Unfortunately, we are in a moment where any critique of the Israeli government is called anti-Semitic."
It features a list of notable figures, including Michael B. Jordan, Van Jones and more.
The author and TV host also breaks down the "elitist" word "ratchet."
Both Michael Brown and Flint's black residents are victims of "America's war on the vulnerable," he said.