Projections 5: In Social Medias Res

In episode 5 of Projections, Will reflects on how recent editorial decisions at The Washington Post and New York Magazine have opened both institutions to public pressure and contestation during a period of right wing media campaigns against feminism and so-called “wokeness.”

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Projections: May ’22 in Review

Catch up on the May 2022 episodes of Projections, a new series from the Money on the Left Editorial Collective hosted by Will Beaman (@agoingaccount). Projections offers short readings of current events that destabilize and contest mainstream conservative narratives on behalf of an inclusive progressive politics.

Tracklist:
1. Up for Grabs
2. The Calls Are From Inside the House
3. Grab-bags & Constellations
4. Cops Don’t Care

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Projections 3: Grab-Bags & Constellations

This week, Will Beaman (@agoingaccount) offers critical reflection on recent statements by Jacobin Magazine’s Matt Karp, in which he dismissed recent Democratic Party primary victories against establishment candidates as moving backwards to a “pre-Bernie era” of “vague constellations of grab-bag progressives.”

Projections 1: Up for Grabs

In this first episode of Projections, Will Beaman (@agoingaccount) reflects on some recent comments from US Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va) suggesting Democrats should prioritize inflation over Roe v. Wade in their campaign messaging in the midterms.

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