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Civil disobedience news and analysis from The Nation
September 13, 2019
‘Dream Big, Fight Hard’: Ady Barkan Will Inspire You
The dying activist tells
how he wants to be remembered.
August 14, 2019
The Boycott’s Abolitionist Roots
How a group of 19th-century Quakers cut their economic ties to slavery.
August 2, 2019
Feminists and LGBTQ Activists Are Leading the Insurrection in Puerto Rico
These and other grassroots groups are pushing the fight against corruption and austerity.
July 3, 2019
South Korean Protest Music Is Inspiring Hong Kong’s Demonstrators
Music has been an integral part of Korea’s long march toward democracy. Today, it’s an inspiration for freedom throughout Asia.
June 28, 2019
The Movement for LGBTQ Rights Is On the March Around the World
But so is the backlash, fueled in part by homophobia exported from the United States.
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June 4, 2019
‘Blood,’ the Anthem of Sudan’s Revolution, Takes on New Meaning Amid Violent Repression
A new generation of musicians and artists has been inspired by—and is inspiring—the uprising.
January 25, 2019
Sudan’s Third Uprising: Is It a Revolution?
The protests are spreading, and the Bashir dictatorship is being challenged as never before.
January 22, 2019
How to Protect Yourself When Abortion Is Illegal: A Q&A With Robin Marty
In her new book
Handbook for a Post-
, Robin Marty provides a blueprint for accessing reproductive-health care and fighting for your rights in a country where abortion has become a crime.
October 5, 2018
This Landmark Trial of Climate Activists Puts the Political System Itself on Trial
In a Minnesota courtroom, the Valve Turners are using the “necessity defense” in their shutdown of the tar-sands pipeline.
June 26, 2018
Refusing to Serve Sarah Sanders Was Wrong
So why can’t those who sympathize with her see that it’s far more harmful to refuse to serve gay and lesbian couples, as Masterpiece Cakeshop did?