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November 30, 2022
The Minnesota Workers Who Are Still Searching for Justice
A crew of mostly Indigenous workers faced inhumane conditions at a burial recovery site in northern Minnesota. They refuse to give up fighting for justice.
November 21, 2022
Be Careful What You Work For: The GOP’s Abortion Woes Are Just Starting
The midterms open a future in which reproductive freedom will remake politics.
November 17, 2022
How a Defender of American Empire Became a Dissenter
A conversation with Lyle Jeremy Rubin about the complicated ideology of the marine corps, America’s obsession with war, and his new memoir
Pain Is Weakness Leaving the Body
November 8, 2022
Unpacking Kyrie Irving
This week on the
Edge of Sports
podcast, basketball coach Arya Shirazi joins the show to talk about the young NBA season, plus Dave Zirin revisits Irving’s anti-Semitism.
November 7, 2022
The Problem With “Jihad, Rehab” Isn’t Filmmaker Meg Smaker’s Color or Religion
The idea that a white woman cannot make a film about non-white men is absurd. But as “Meg,” the film’s narrator, her voice is the voice of the cop.
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October 27, 2022
For Iranian Women, the Uprising Was a Long Time Coming
The protests are about choice—elective rather than mandatory hijab—not unlike the demands of abortion rights supporters in the United States.
October 17, 2022
The Right’s Religious Liberty Agenda Is on a Collision Course With Labor Law
Religious employers have found a way to give themselves cover for blatant discrimination—and the Supreme Court is ready to back them up.
October 4, 2022
Olga Tokarczuk’s Panoramic Novel of Jewish Poland
A work defined by its narrative elasticity,
The Books of Jacob
tells the story of a false messiah not through his eyes but through the vibrant and now lost world around him.
September 30, 2022
Remembering Frank Watkins, Longtime Lieutenant to Jesse Jackson
Though he preferred to work behind the scenes, Watkins was a crucial force in opening the Democratic Party to Black leadership—and pulling it to the left.
Kevin Alexander Gray
September 30, 2022
The Vatican’s Disgraceful China Deal Ought to End
By renewing a secretive agreement with Beijing, the Vatican is dangerously close to being complicit in the Chinese government’s deepening rights abuses.