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California news and analysis from The Nation
May 14, 2021
Tragedy and Hope on the Western Front
The imprisonment of Iraqi refugee Omar Ameen and the prospect of humane redistribution of wealth show California both failing and aspiring to its political promise.
May 10, 2021
The UC System’s Policing Expansion Belies Its Stated Commitment to Racial Justice
The license for the rise of the law-and-order campus dates back to President Richard Nixon and
The Report of the President’s Commission on Campus Unrest
Robin D.G. Kelley
David Theo Goldberg
April 30, 2021
Red Carpet at the Picket Line
As Hollywood’s aristocracy convened for the Oscars, laid-off hotel workers were protesting to get their jobs back.
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
Climate Migration Has Come to the United States
After living through a spate of record-breaking wildfires, some Californians are opting to leave the state.
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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 14, 2021
Undanced Dances During a Pandemic
From inside a California prison come choreographies of the mind.
April 12, 2021
What the Cops Off Campus Movement Looks Like Across the Country
When we talk about police divestment, these students argue, we have to remember campus cops, too.
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.