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March 29, 2021
Abolition Is a Collective Vision: An Interview With Mariame Kaba
A conversation about how the pandemic has raised the stakes for the abolition movement, collective care, and a world without prisons.
March 22, 2021
Representative Ro Khanna Explains Why He Called Out Biden’s Air Strike in Syria
“I thought it was so important that, early on, Congress take a stand.”
March 1, 2021
‘Opponents of Medicare for All Are Deathly Afraid’
We talked to Dr. Abdul El-Sayed about M4A and building a movement in the wake of Biden’s victory.
January 26, 2021
Representative Jamie Raskin: ‘It Was a Scene of Absolute Terror and Mayhem’
It’s time for Congress to reassert itself as the government’s most powerful branch, the lead impeachment manager told
January 13, 2021
A ‘Daily Show’ Cocreator on Karens, Crickets, and Comedy After Trump
Lizz Winstead says, “If you can still laugh, you haven’t lost your capacity for hope.”
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January 12, 2021
Housing Is a Right. During a Pandemic, It’s Also a Fight.
In California’s agricultural heartland, farmworkers are fighting back against expensive rents, substandard housing, and economic disenfranchisement.
December 18, 2020
Bernie Sanders: ‘Democracy Has Gotten a Reprieve With Biden’s Victory. That’s All It Is.’
Trump may have been defeated, but his extreme agenda poses an ongoing threat, the Vermont senator told
December 8, 2020
Indigenous Cultures Take Root in New York
The traditional systems of mutual support that undergird many Indigenous Central and North American cultures have formed a safety net during a very dark time in New York City’s history.
Cinthya Santos Briones
November 3, 2020
How Many Cameras Does One Protest Need?
Livestreamers and citizen journalists are providing constant, steady footage of the protests for Black Lives. Is that a good thing?
October 29, 2020
Sherrod Brown: Covid Shows How Corporate ‘Free Trade’ Policies Threaten Public Health
The Ohio senator proposes a radically different approach to trade policy. It starts with the word “public.”