Andrew Stewart

Andrew Stewart is a documentary film maker and reporter who lives outside Providence.  His film, AARON BRIGGS AND THE HMS GASPEE, about the historical role of Brown University in the slave trade, is available for purchase on Amazon Instant Video or on DVD.

The Public Pension Reform Scheme is Coming Your Way

The Common Core of a Bipartisan Education Problem

Where is Lester Bangs When We Need Him This Campaign Season?

Palestinian Ma’an Mentions BDS Favorably

The True Danger of the Sanders Campaign

Why the Oscars Don’t Deserve People of Color

John Ford and the Politics of the Western

Populism Redux: the Case for Sanders and Trump

The Frontline of Hasbara is on PBS

The Farce of Democratic Party Climate Change Policy

Washington Post Covers for Gina Raimondo, Rhode Island’s Corporate Democrat

How Cannon Films Demonizes Arabs

Sex, Drugs, Wu Tang Clan and Spike Lee

The Odious President Wilson

What Spain in 1936 Teaches Us About Syria in 2015

Steven Spielberg, John Williams and the Zionist Cinema Project

Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom, AKA Triumph of the Will 2.0

BDS? Jewish Voices for Peace? Blumenthal? The Third Intifada? These and More Questions

Elvis Has Left the Building: a Reply to Slavoj Žižek

Do #BlackLivesMatter to Dunkin’ Donuts?

Critical Support for What? A Reply to William Kaufman on the Left and the Sanders Campaign

But What Kind of Muslim President?

Friedrichs v. CTA: the Supreme Court Case That Could Destroy Labor Unions as We Know Them

The Verizon Standoff and the Future of Labor, Communication and Privacy

WEB Du Bois on John Brown: a Book for Our Time

Zionist Hip-Hop: a Critical Look at Matisyahu

The Prophet Farmed: Murray Bookchin on Bernie Sanders

The Coming End of Abortion Rights…and Contraception?

The Terror of Modi: an Interview With Arun Ferreira

The Myth of Pope Francis

The Unfathomably Weird Case of Rachel Doležal

Learning the Way White Supremacy Works in New England

Why Does Minor League Baseball Need a Bailout?

Woodward is Now One of the President’s Men

The Politics of the Academic Elite