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Internet and New Media news and analysis from The Nation
June 16, 2021
Loss Runs Like a River Through My Life
On grief’s unequal racial burden, and the Internet as a vehicle to negotiate survival and turn collective grief into collective action.
June 11, 2021
The Ghosts of ‘War Porn’ Haunt Me
Repeated exposure to violent imagery affects even those who weren’t physically present for the photo.
June 3, 2021
A Fart Joke Is Not a Pogrom
In the wake of violence in Israel and Palestine, American observers distort the conflict through the lens of their own solipsism.
June 3, 2021
A Year Lived Inside With Instagram and a Dutch Master
What Pieter de Hooch, social media, and the lockdown taught me.
June 1, 2021
Letters From the June 14/21, 2021, Issue
You don’t say… Facts and fairness… World citizens… The revolutionary spirit… A survivor speaks (web only)…
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May 18, 2021
Cancel Culture, Case Closed
The world’s greatest internet detective faces his hardest puzzle yet.
April 26, 2021
How Sexism Is Coded Into the Tech Industry
In Silicon Valley, conceptions of gender aren’t just an aspect of workplace culture—they’re part of the product.
April 23, 2021
Misinformation Is Destroying Our Country. Can Anything Rein It In?
Trump is gone, but the right-wing media is alive and well—and will further undermine our democracy if we let it.
April 20, 2021
Letters From the May 3/10, 2021, Issue
Disability access… Where is the joy?… Calexit vs. the filibuster… Black sci-fi worldmaking…
April 19, 2021
American Journalism’s Role in Promoting Racist Terror
History must be acknowledged before justice can be done.
Channing Gerard Joseph