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Protest news and analysis from The Nation
September 26, 2017
Fearlessly Speaking Truth to Power
The examples of Manning and Kaepernick show some of America’s most powerful institutions treating the truth as an inconvenience or, worse, an enemy to defeat.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
September 8, 2017
Why Berkeley’s Battle Against White Supremacy Is Not About Free Speech
The alt-right’s First Amendment narratives just give cover to campaigns of intimidation.
August 30, 2017
Why 1 Anarchist Is Choosing Jail Over Grand-Jury Testimony
For decades, grand juries have been used to investigate and intimidate activist communities.
August 29, 2017
Germany’s Dirty Secret: Climate Activists Take Aim at Europe’s Largest Coal Industry
Amid a growing anti-coal movement, thousands of masked protesters in hooded white jumpsuits block Germany’s coal infrastructure.
August 17, 2017
It’s Not Hysterical to Recognize the Threat Trump Poses
Democracy, such as it is, really is in danger.
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August 16, 2017
Not Rights but Justice: It’s Time to Make Nazis Afraid Again
The history of anti-fascism is not one of asking; it’s one of direct confrontation.
August 15, 2017
How the Police Failed in Charlottesville
Police must learn from past protests to avoid stoking further violence.
Alex S. Vitale
August 14, 2017
Fighting White Supremacy Means Owning Up to American History
Trump’s failure to swiftly condemn racist violence is appalling. But he’s right that it’s always been part of this country’s story.
August 9, 2017
Activists Are Rallying for Colin Kaepernick, but Aiming Far Higher Than One Man’s Career
Protesters will rally
for racial justice and free speech outside the NFL headquarters on August 23.
August 1, 2017
No, Law School Didn’t Teach Us to ‘Engage’ With Racists
Rather, we intend to use our legal training to fight injustice wherever we encounter it.