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May 31, 2021
100 Years Ago in Tulsa
Scenes from an American genocide.
May 12, 2021
Chuck Schumer: ‘I Believe That Democracy Is at Risk and We Cannot Fail’
The Senate majority leader talks in a
exclusive about the night before the insurrection, his weekly leadership conference, and his timeline for passing major legislation like S 1.
April 26, 2021
The Craft of John Edgar Wideman
A conversation with one of the greatest living Black American writers on work, life, and why good fiction is like a game of basketball.
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.”
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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.”
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