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October 18, 2016
The Kids Are Alright: A Legendary Feminist on Feminism’s Future
Ann Snitow on freedom, Ferrante, feminism abroad, and why none of us can go it alone.
August 30, 2016
Will Trump’s Poisonous Politics Leave Lasting Damage?
The danger in this election is not just that Trump could win. It’s that—win or lose—he could poison our politics for a generation.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
July 18, 2016
To Fight the Coup, Erdoğan Adopted Tools Pioneered by Protesters
The Turkish president and his followers have latched on to social media tools and secular symbols.
July 7, 2016
The Insufficiency of Pan-Africanism as We Know It
The fact that many people identify, however loosely, with being African doesn’t replace the need for the services that only a government can provide.
July 5, 2016
President Obama’s Progressive Mentor Abner Mikva Leaves a Legacy of Battling for Social Justice
Mikva was a political reformer and champion of civil rights and civil liberties who inspired generations of liberals in Illinois and across the nation.
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June 7, 2016
Governor Cuomo, Put Me on Your BDS Blacklist
One day, when the system of imposed inequality ends in Israel-Palestine, our resistance to it will be looked back on as a badge of honor.
June 6, 2016
Shirley Chisholm Made the Democratic Party of Today Possible
“I ran because somebody had to do it first,” said the African-American woman whose presidential campaign won a primary, secured delegates, and was placed in nomination 44 years ago.
June 2, 2016
The South Korean Government Is Steadily Eroding Democratic Freedoms
Under President Park Geun-hye, it has fostered a climate of police violence and impunity.
May 25, 2016
The Era of Rogue Justice After 9/11
We came perilously close to losing our Bill of Rights protections—and the struggle to restore them is not over.
Karen J. Greenberg
May 18, 2016
Don’t Move the Olympics, Protest Them
The recent ouster of
Dilma Rousseff is more bad news for those concerned about the spread of the Zika virus—and the Brazilian people.