Conversations With ‘The Nation’: Naomi Klein

Conversations With ‘The Nation’: Naomi Klein

Conversations With ‘The Nation’: Naomi Klein

Join the journalist and social activist in discussion with Nation editorial director/publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel for our weekly virtual series.

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Naomi Klein joins Nation editorial director and publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel in conversation at noon on Wednesday, June 3, to talk about Big Tech’s use of the pandemic to reshape the world. Klein is a journalist, social activist, and author of The Shock Doctrine and, most recently, The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal. Register now to join us for $10 or choose a package to access the next 5 weekly conversations at a discounted rate. And check out the schedule of upcoming Nation virtual events.

Our virtual series, “Conversations With The Nation,” helps to support rigorous progressive journalism at a critical moment in our history. Labor activist Ai-jen Poo, environmental activist and author Bill McKibben, Representatives Jamie Raskin of Maryland and Pramila Jayapal of Washington state, and NARAL president’s Ilyse Hogue have joined us. Sign up for Nation e-mails to receive new speaker announcements and invitations to future events.

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