At a time when hippie culture papered over structural problems with platitudes about “peace and love,” Punishment Park presents an unflinching condemnation of systemic racism and oppression.
JoinedNovember 22, 2019
Jason Christian is a freelance writer from Oklahoma, now based in New Orleans. His journalism and essays have appeared in The Bitter Southerner, Gulf Coast, Scalawag, and elsewhere. He tends to write about culture and politics and has a penchant for overlooked histories, especially those concerning social justice.
How do we define a new masculinity that encourages men to engage emotionally with the world and with themselves? How do we teach men to ask for help, and how will society offer it?