Jonathan Schell and Taylor Branch in conversation about Mohandas K. Gandhi, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the transformative power of nonviolence.
The spirits of the civil rights movement--and movements for social justice everywhere--were with Obama on this historic Inauguration Day. Artist John Mavroudis imagines the occasion.
The Nation Guide to the Nation, just published by Vintage Books, is your guide to living liberally in America, from bars and art collectives to publishers and bookstores. Take a peek.
Jamilah King You voted. Now what? Look in your own backyard to find an issue close to your community.
Jamilah King, Kristina Rizga and Tomas Palermo In a year that saw war, violence, human rights abuses and environmental degradation, WireTap also found powerful examples of young people making a real difference.
Standards Editor Craig Whitney issued this response to questions posed by The Nation about its coverage of the Russia-Georgia conflict in South Ossetia.
Jamilah King Vote Hip-Hop contest winners rap and work for change.
Ivan Natividad A young ACORN organizer reflects on negative media sensationalism and how it affected this so-called "radical" group of community organizers.
Shona Clarkson Do farmworkers deserve to be treated as human beings? For Chipotle Mexican Grill, the jury is still out.
Kameelah Rasheed Even if Barack Obama is not everything you want in a president, his
victory still warrants a full-hearted celebration.