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Civil rights news and analysis from The Nation
April 24, 2017
‘Sports Illustrated’ Gets Everything About Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X Wrong
The magazine asks, “What if Muhammad Ali had never met Malcolm X?” The answer is disturbing.
April 19, 2017
What Betsy DeVos’s Emphasis on ‘Choice’ Means for School Segregation
The education secretary’s policies stand to make divisions in our schools and neighborhoods worse, not better.
April 12, 2017
Joe Arpaio’s Tent City Is Closing, But Will Life for Undocumented Immigrants in Maricopa County Really Change?
Maricopa County’s new sheriff says he’ll still work with ICE to detain immigrants suspected of being deportable.
April 4, 2017
Fifty Years Later, King’s Warning Still Resonates
It is time to revive a peace and justice movement calling for the United States to stop its endless wars and turn its resources and attention to rebuilding our own country.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
March 27, 2017
The Civil Rights Movement Had One Powerful Tool That We Don’t Have
Without it, activists will have to find new ways to bring about change in 2017.
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February 27, 2017
Democrats Are Bringing DREAMers, Muslims, and Activists to Trump’s First Speech Before Congress
Disability-rights advocates and a doctor who treated victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting will also be in attendance.
February 24, 2017
Alternative Explanations for Trump’s Outrageous Statements
The standard line is that he’s simply a pathological liar and braggart. But maybe he has the gift of macro vision.
February 20, 2017
What Happens to Undocumented Immigrants Once They Fall Into ICE’s Hands?
In New York, undocumented immigrants can languish in abominable detention centers for months or even years.
February 16, 2017
Trump’s Labor Pick Has a History of Attacking Voting Rights
Alexander Acosta was once accused of undermining the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division. Now he could become secretary of labor.
February 16, 2017
New York Courts Are Failing Non-English Speakers
Nearly three-fourths of surveyed legal-aid attorneys reported some of their cases had been adjourned due to lack of language services.