• Welcome to the JHU Politik!

    Weekly Coverage on the Hopkins Campus, in Baltimore, and Beyond!

  • This Week in the Politik

    2018年11月6日 · Dylan Balter
    An artistic and united space for survivors and supports of survivors, Monument Quilt is a national organization that encourages all people to share their stories and words of support through the creation of a quilt square.  Through sewing these squares together, Monument Quilt fastens stories and...
    Imagine, one evening, you’re looking out the window of your NYC apartment. You see a man walk out of his workplace to meet a woman standing nearby. You observe that, after brief discussion, they walk away together. If I were to ask you to guess what was happening, I’d reckon you would report one...
    2018年11月6日 · Samuel Richter
    In a 2015 clip from the Fox News television show, Cashin’ In, four conservative pundits and two liberals discuss the debate between the Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter movements. Their discussion follows party lines, defining the debate in terms of the two sides of the American political...
    Amazon’s labor practices inside warehouses in the UK were under public scrutiny when undercover reporters from newspapers like The Guardian and The Mirror spent a week inside Amazon warehouses as temporary workers. Working conditions included timed toilet breaks, tracking worker productivity real...
    2018年11月6日 · Oliver Goodman
    February 13th, 2016. Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is found dead in his home in Texas at age 79. A conservative force on the Supreme Court, Scalia’s death leaves a delicate ideological balance on the Court, with a four justices who lean towards the left and four justices who lean...
    2018年10月19日 · Ji Pak
    For generations segregation has taken its toll on American cities. Baltimore is a prime example of a city whose landscape is still affected by racist housing policies instituted decades ago. Three different exclusionary tactics were used by white Baltimore citizens over the past two centuries....
    The title flickers, oscillating between Charm City and Harm City.  Indicative of initial ambivalence in characterizing Baltimore, Marilyn Ness’ documentary ultimately reveals the often unspoken, yet powerful, community engagement present in Baltimore.   In the opening scene, we meet the founder...
    More Posts
  • Contact Us

    For any Inquiries or Partnerships.

All Posts
×