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June 23, 2022
Why the Left Should Pay Attention to Ana María Archila
The activist’s record at Make the Road New York, one of the most effective immigrant rights groups, has earned her run for New York lieutenant governor a close look.
June 23, 2022
The Fierce Hope of Ana María Archila
The Brooklyn-based organizer is running for New York lieutenant governor, but is the left ready to compete statewide?
June 21, 2022
Why This N.Y. Socialist Is Running on Climate
Sarahana Shrestha wants the public sector to supply the state’s energy. Will the idea help her win a state Assembly seat?
May 26, 2022
The Buffalo Attack Is Part of a Long History of Racial Terror
How does a system that devalues Black lives expect the members of society to value them?
May 20, 2022
“We Are Not Terrified. We Are Tenacious.”
Life against death in Buffalo.
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May 6, 2022
New York’s Redistricting Chaos Is Now the Nation’s Problem
National Democrats were counting on the state’s redistricting to help hold the House. That’s now very much in doubt.
April 12, 2022
New York’s Billion-Dollar Stadium Boondoggle
Governor Kathy Hochul’s budget includes an enormous giveaway to the owners of the Buffalo Bills.
April 5, 2022
Kathy Hochul Is the Un-Cuomo
New York’s accidental governor has a centrist past, but many progressives say we shouldn’t give up on her just yet.
March 25, 2022
What I Learned About Standardized Testing
My peers and I spent years studying for the Standardized High School Admissions Test in NYC. Should that change?
March 17, 2022
An Overhaul of Prison Health Care Is Long Overdue
Attempts to improve care for a wide range of chronic conditions have stalled, leaving incarcerated people to suffer.