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Local activists and students participate in a Strike for Climate march on March 3, 2023, in New York

Kelly Hayes and Mariame Kaba on Their New Handbook for Radical Organizing Kelly Hayes and Mariame Kaba on Their New Handbook for Radical Organizing

Let This Radicalize You: ​​Organizing and the Revolution of Reciprocal Care offers fresh insights for youth activists coming into their own.

May 16, 2023 / Q&A / Sarah Baum

people hold flags at a may day rally in Brazil

With Lula in Charge, What’s Next for the Brazilian Left? With Lula in Charge, What’s Next for the Brazilian Left?

Brazilian labor leaders Artur Henrique and Marcio Pochmann share their thoughts on the continuing danger of the far right in Brazil.

May 15, 2023 / Q&A / Bill Fletcher Jr. and Bill Gallegos

Another Side of W.E.B. Du Bois

Another Side of W.E.B. Du Bois Another Side of W.E.B. Du Bois

A conversation with Adom Getachew and Jennifer Pitts about Du Bois's thinking on imperialism, transnational solidarity, and their recent collection, W.E.B. Du Bois: International T...

May 10, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins

The Conviction of Lucinda Williams

The Conviction of Lucinda Williams The Conviction of Lucinda Williams

The Nation spoke with the singer-songwriter about her political commitments, her battles with the music industry, and her new memoir Don’t Tell Anybody the Secrets I Told You.

May 4, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Emma Hager

Camille Dungy on the Bewildering Wonder of Rewilding

Camille Dungy on the Bewildering Wonder of Rewilding Camille Dungy on the Bewildering Wonder of Rewilding

A conversation with the award-winning poet and scholar Camille Dungy about her new book, Soil: The Story of a Black Mother’s Garden.

May 2, 2023 / Q&A / Sara Franklin

Anna Badkhen in Fonguja, Kenya, 2006

The World According to Anna Badkhen The World According to Anna Badkhen

A conversation with the journalist about borders, birthplaces, reporting from conflict zones, and her recent book, Bright Unbearable Reality. 

Apr 25, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Lucas Iberico Lozada

A scene from “How to Blow Up a Pipeline”

The First Great Action Movie About Climate Justice? The First Great Action Movie About Climate Justice?

A conversation with Daniel Goldhaber about adapting Andreas Malm's How to Blow Up a Pipeline into a politically-minded thriller. 

Apr 13, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Sam Russek

Alissa Quart

Is the American Dream a Long Con? Is the American Dream a Long Con?

A conversation with Alissa Quart about her new book Bootstrapped, an examination of how the ideology of individualism helped create the conditions for inequality.

Apr 5, 2023 / Editorial / Rhoda Feng

Christianity’s Place in the Left and the Right

Christianity’s Place in the Left and the Right Christianity’s Place in the Left and the Right

A conversation with historian David Hollinger about the rise of evangelicalism, the decline of mainline Protestantism, and if the country has truly become more secular.

Mar 29, 2023 / Q&A / Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins

A scene from All That Breathes.

A Meditation on Trans-Species Love A Meditation on Trans-Species Love

The Nation spoke with Shaunak Sen, whose film All That Breathes follows a bird hospital in New Dehli and the monumental mission of saving a city's dying black kites.

Mar 27, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Jasmine Liu

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