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Protest news and analysis from The Nation
May 1, 2022
Top 12 May Day Songs
In tribute to all those planning actions for May Day.
April 26, 2022
Portland Soccer Fans Assert Their Power
Fans in the Rose City are bringing their protests inside the stadium.
April 25, 2022
It’s Woody Guthrie’s World. We Just Live in It.
A new show at the Morgan Library illuminates the legendary folk singer’s jam-packed life.
April 20, 2022
Wheelchair Users Block the Seoul Subway as the Right Takes Power
The hostility of the conservative party has pushed the disability-rights movement to the center of a larger fight for minority groups in South Korea.
Lee Hyun Choi
April 20, 2022
Wearing Down Joe Manchin and His Fossil Fuel Allies
As a veteran climate and social justice activist, I see our side finally beginning to turn the tide.
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April 8, 2022
The Little Picketers of Russia
The rules are simple: Create a small figure with a banner protesting the invasion, put it in a public place, and upload a photo.
March 30, 2022
In Every Corner of Palestine, There Is a Story of Dispossession
Today is Land Day, an annual commemoration of those killed protesting Israeli theft of Palestinian lands 46 years ago. But even now, there is a Nakba everywhere you look.
February 21, 2022
A Working-Class Uprising in Canada?
The organizers and money are from wealthy right-wingers, but the “Freedom Convoy” touches broader popular discontent.
February 15, 2022
As I Write, Settlers and Police Are Attacking My Neighbors in Sheikh Jarrah
It began, neighbors say, when an ultra-nationalist Israeli politician “moved” his office onto one of our lawns.
February 9, 2022
Don’t Sabotage the Climate Movement by Turning to Violence
The climate movement is panicking. It shouldn’t.