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August 19, 2022
The Mar-a-Lago Raid Highlights the DOJ’s Hypocrisy on the Espionage Act
The Espionage Act has long been used to punish whistleblowers. But despite acting against Trump, the Justice Department usually gives a pass to high-ranking officials who disregard the national security system they’re sworn to uphold.
August 4, 2022
How the “Brooks Brothers Riot” Set the Stage for Insurrection
The post-election uprising in Miami-Dade County gives the lie to the depiction of the failed Trumpian coup as an isolated event.
June 8, 2022
The Tampa Bay Rays, Pride, and the Perils of Corporate Branding
The refusal of five Tampa Bay Rays to wear the Pride flag should raise questions about strategies in the struggle for LGBTQ rights.
March 14, 2022
Florida’s Abortion Ban Will Obliterate Access in the South
The new ban will create the strictest abortion laws in the history of the state, which has long served as crucial access point for people seeking abortions in the region.
March 2, 2022
Why Gerrymandering Keeps Me Up at Night
The power to redraw political lines for a decade is something that should concern anyone who cares about our democracy.
Christina M. Greer
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December 16, 2021
My Journey Into the Land of the Unmasked
I headed to Florida as a hardcore Covid-avoider, but after just three days, I was singing karaoke with strangers, throwing all caution to the wind.
August 3, 2021
“Death by DeSantis” Threatens Florida as Covid Numbers Spike
As the governor jets around the country promising to lead the fight against public health mandates, Florida sees record levels of infection.
July 23, 2021
Naming and Shaming the Organizations, Corporations, and Billionaires Behind Voter Suppression
Watchdog groups are fighting to expose coordinated efforts to get legislatures to enact “this modern Jim Crow.”
June 8, 2021
Florida’s Ron DeSantis Wants to Cancel Education About Systemic Racism
An authoritarian governor—and 2024 GOP presidential prospect—seeks to bar teaching on how slavery, segregation, and white supremacy have shaped policy.
May 10, 2021
To Protect Voters and Democracy, We’re Going to Need to Fight
The anti-voter bills proliferating around the United States raise to new heights the existential crisis facing American democracy.