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Activism

Activism news and analysis from The Nation

  • June 10, 1999

    The Officer and the Diva

    This spring, two important chapters in the surprising story of Israeli gay and lesbian politics concluded.

    Joshua Gamson

  • June 3, 1999

    Hot-Wiring High School

    The International Student Activism Alliance has been run by and for high school students since its founding in 1996. Read this report by Liza Featherstone, originally published in the June 21, 1999 issue of The Nation.

    Liza Featherstone

  • April 1, 1999

    Whose Millennium?

    We want to change the world, and, therefore, we must ponder why people now have less confidence in the possibility of moving beyond the reign of capital than their ancestors did more than 150 year

    Daniel Singer

  • March 4, 1999

    Jobs, Justice–Joy

    The drinks were pouring, the flesh was pressing and a "dream team" of brassy, bluesy, soul and salsa players out to affiliate San Antonio's Tejano bands with the American Federation of Musicians

    JoAnn Wypijewski

  • February 25, 1999

    HOPE for Africa

    For more information on HOPE for Africa and Jesse Jackson Jr.'s views, see www.jessejacksonjr.org.

    Jesse Jackson Jr.

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  • February 18, 1999

    Nonsilence = Death, Too?

    In seven novels and a collection of essays published since 1981, Sarah Schulman has methodically chronicled the history of her longtime neighborhood, Manhattan's East Village.

    Mark J. Huisman

  • February 1, 1999

    A Global Green Deal

    Government can do a lot to save the planet, from altering tax policies to aiding nascent industries. The money is there; all it takes now is the will.

    Mark Hertsgaard

  • January 21, 1999

    Checking the Union Labels

    The election of new AFL-CIO leaders more than three years ago ushered in an era of glasnost.

    Steve Early

  • January 2, 1998

    Where’s the Revolution?

    When I came out in Boston in the mid-1970s, I had no way of knowing that the lesbian and gay movement I was discovering was in many ways unique.

    Barbara Smith


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