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November 16, 2022
In the War Against Voting, Poll Workers Are on the Front Lines
During the 2022 midterms, election officials faced an unprecedented level of harassment. After the Republicans’ poor performance, antidemocratic conspiracies will only become more prominent.
November 8, 2022
India Spellman Was Wrongfully Convicted When She Was Just 17
That was over a decade ago. When will she walk free?
November 2, 2022
¡Compañero Mike Davis, Presente!
A requiem for a friend who embodied the commitment to the marriage of word and deed.
November 1, 2022
Kyrie Irving and the Fraught History of Our Collective Liberation
Kyrie’s anti-Semitism isn’t new, but his allies are. And that’s terrifying.
October 31, 2022
How to Talk About Public Safety
It’s not an either/or proposition.
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October 28, 2022
10 Years After Sandy, Renters Remain Most Vulnerable to the Impacts of Climate Change
Since Hurricane Sandy hit the US in 2012, it has become clear that no one is immune to climate disaster. At this point, it’s more a question of who has the means to survive it.
Lena P. Afridi
October 25, 2022
Mike Davis: 1946–2022
A brilliant radical reporter with a novelist’s eye and a historian’s memory.
October 20, 2022
The Death Eaters: Covid in the Liberal Imagination
A call to rescue public health from the dead hand of neutrality.
October 20, 2022
West Coast Showdown: The Organizer Versus the Oligarch
Karen Bass, Rick Caruso, and the race for mayor of Los Angeles.
October 19, 2022
The Deadly Consequences of Urban Oil Drilling
Since she was 9 years old,
Nalleli Cobo has been fighting to end environmental racism i
n Los Angeles, where 3.2 million people live near an oil or gas well.