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April 23, 2021
The American Addiction to Violence
While a jury found Derek Chauvin guilty of murder earlier this week, that verdict alone, though so desperately needed, was woefully insufficient.
April 16, 2021
The Ruins of Bunker Hill
A visit to Downtown Los Angeles makes plain how cities will be irrevocably changed by the pandemic.
April 9, 2021
New Immigration Policy Is Opening Doors for Mixed-Status Families
The harshest excesses of the Trump era are being unraveled across the country.
April 2, 2021
New Bills Could Stop Private Prisons From Cutting Deals With ICE
An increasing number of states are passing legislation that makes it harder for local governments to sign contracts with for-profit prison companies.
March 26, 2021
Daniel Ellsberg Isn’t Stopping Now
As he approaches his 90th birthday, the Pentagon Papers whistleblower is still working for peace and justice.
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March 19, 2021
The Campaign Against Gavin Newsom Sets Its Targets on Social Justice
An effort to recall the California governor is aimed at blocking progress toward reducing wealth inequality and mass incarceration.
March 12, 2021
Biden’s Rescue Plan Will Be a Huge Benefit for Undocumented Workers
This federal sea change in policy comes after years of efforts by Western states to reimagine their social safety nets.
March 5, 2021
Why Congress Must Pass Voting Rights Reform Now
It’s the best way to stop the GOP’s accelerating voter suppression strategy—and to continue the fight for criminal justice reform.
February 26, 2021
Why Xavier Becerra Is a Smart Pick to Run HHS
As California’s attorney general, he fought to strengthen his state’s social safety net—which we must do nationally if we are to improve public health and lick the coronavirus.
February 19, 2021
West Coast States’ Failure to Reopen Schools Is a Disaster
The ongoing closure is creating an educational, social, and mental-health crisis.