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Human rights news and analysis from The Nation
July 11, 2022
The Artwork of Guantánamo Detainees
Interrogated, tortured, and held for decades without charges, Gitmo prisoners held onto their humanity by creating art.
Erin L. Thompson
June 15, 2022
Golfers Gonna Golf
Phil Mickelson’s embrace of Saudi cash is an indictment of both himself and the PGA Tour he flees.
May 31, 2022
Letters From the June 13/20, 2022, Issue
US imperialism and anti-Asian violence… Abortion activism… Involuntary psychiatry…
May 27, 2022
Another Terrible Choice for Biden’s “Disinformation Board”
Michael Chertoff’s experience detaining Muslim Americans, justifying CIA torture, and helping to draft the Patriot Act make him an all-too-appropriate choice to advise this Orwellian agency.
May 27, 2022
The Anti-Abortion Movement Weaponizes Women Against Women
Anti-abortion women perpetuate the idea that women’s lives are about deference and self-sacrifice. But women must help one another see ourselves as human first.
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May 16, 2022
Democrats Must Become As Brave and Righteous as Abortion-Clinic Escorts
To win back abortion rights, Democrats need to learn how to fight the moral battle being waged by anti-abortion theocrats—something clinic escorts do every day.
April 19, 2022
The Right Targets Queer Theory
Christopher Rufo, the man behind the moral panic over “critical race theory,” has fabricated another foe.
The Center for Gender and Sexuality Law at Columbia Law School
January 27, 2022
Stumbling on Chilean Stones—and Chilean History
Chile has a new leader and a bright future. But a country in which 44 percent of the electorate voted for an admirer of Pinochet is in need of as many obstacles to forgetting as possible.
January 5, 2022
When Big Brother Is Your Boss: The Rise of Surveillance Wages
Everything the Internet knows about you may end up being used against you by your employer.
December 31, 2021
Remembering the Real Desmond Tutu, 1931–2021
Celebrated in death by his former foes, Archbishop Tutu had the gift not just of courage and righteousness but also of timing.