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The Nation

Magazine

The Nation is America's oldest weekly news magazine, and one of the most widely read magazines in the world for politics, news and culture.

Articles

News and Features

Tolu Olorunda It's the idea of one legendary black MC, who's dedicated two decades to the fight against rap-related violence.

Five leading figures of this country's food movement reflect on how food democracy can be achieved, here and now.

Antonio Ramírez A Milwaukee teacher reflects on those first difficult years.

Find an emergency prevention programs in your area, encourage no-strings attached outreach and more means to end homelessness.

Laura Dean Washington takes notice as 80 Million Strong summit plans millennial matters.

Learn the best bathroom options and soup kitchen schedules, carry a blanket, squat and more.

M. Junaid Levesque-Alam A young Sri Lankan wonders if there were any true victors.

Geoffrey Dobbins You voted. Now what? Willis hopes more musically inclined activists will consider community development as a career option.

Kameelah Rasheed Instead of magic role models we need long-term education investment.

Blogs

Every week, Nation interns try to cut through the echo chamber and choose one good article in their area of interest that they...
Jacob Tobia, a Duke sophomore, talks about some of the issues Occupy Duke protesters are working on since they began their encampment four...
Every week, Nation interns try to cut through the echo chamber and choose one good article in their area of interest that they...
The nation’s largest student-run political action committee just announced its first Congressional endorsements of the volatile...
Every week, Nation interns try to cut through the echo chamber and choose one good article in their area of interest that they...
On November 9, hundreds of Harvard students put down tents to begin an occupation of Harvard Yard.
Institutions like Penn State need to protect the communities that they are a part of.
Is Occupy Wall Street becoming more political?