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October 5, 2021
The Past 2 Years Have Left Portland Reeling. What Kind of Recovery Comes Next?
Will efforts to rehabilitate Portland’s brand eclipse the tentative steps taken toward real reform?
September 24, 2021
How the Kaepernick Effect Reached Small-Town Iowa
Taking a knee was controversial in the NFL. Imagine the reaction in “Steve King country.”
September 23, 2021
The Battle for Thacker Pass
In Nevada’s high desert, environmentalists, Indigenous organizers, and ranchers have locked arms to block a lithium mine.
September 17, 2021
Minneapolis Inches Closer to Disbanding Its Police Department
Voters will have a chance this fall to decide whether to keep the 154-year-old police department or create a new public safety agency.
August 19, 2021
5 Years After Colin Kaepernick Refused to Stand, We Still Get the Story Wrong
More important than the man who took the knee is the movement he helped launch.
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August 11, 2021
At Risk in Israel’s Backlash Against Ben and Jerry’s? The Right to Protest.
Israel’s push to punish the ice cream company is part of a larger offensive against Palestine activists—one that mirrors the broader right-wing assault on social justice movements.
August 10, 2021
The Red Nation Wants Its Land Back
The Indigenous-led leftist collective is committed to freeing the world from capitalism and colonialism.
August 10, 2021
Despite the Ban, Protest Emerges at the Olympics
The IOC’s efforts to quell visible dissent failed.
August 3, 2021
A Covid Surge and Record Heat Have Created a Cursed Olympic Games
The “2020” Tokyo Olympics are being held in dangerous heat during a deadly pandemic.
July 16, 2021
Anti-Asian Racism and the 2020 Olympic Games
How can IOC President Thomas Bach force through these games against the will of 80 percent of the population? It helps if you don’t even know who they are.