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Social Justice

Social Justice news and analysis from The Nation

  • April 29, 2004

    Post-Feminism, R.I.P.

    By the most conservative estimates, the March for Women's Lives in Washington on April 25 was the biggest pro-choice demo ever--and it may have been the biggest march of any kind in US history.

    the Editors

  • April 26, 2004

    Marching for Women’s Lives

    Anyone who thinks the contemporary women's movement is dying, over or simply irrelevant will have to think again after yesterday's March for Women's Lives.

    Hillary Frey

  • April 22, 2004

    Racism and Reproductive Rights

    The March for Women's Lives is paying considerable attention to issues of concern to minority women.

    Ginger Adams Otis

  • April 22, 2004

    Down and Out in Texas

    Did you know that since January 1, women in Texas have not been able to obtain abortions from the sixteenth week of pregnancy on?

    Katha Pollitt

  • April 21, 2004

    Take Back Our Rights

    Click here to read how you can get involved in the April 25 March for Women's Lives.

    the Editors

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  • April 14, 2004

    Sierra Club Votes for its Future

    One of the nation's most important environmental organizations is in the fight of its life.

    Ben Adler

  • April 8, 2004

    Pregnant and Dangerous

    The good news is that Utah has dropped murder charges against Melissa Rowland, who rejected her doctors' advice to undergo an immediate Caesarean section and gave birth to a stillborn boy and a g

    Katha Pollitt

  • March 23, 2004

    Protest Postcards From New York

    Among the approximately 150,000 people who took to the streets of New York on March 20 to protest the US occupation of Iraq were six Nation interns.

    The Nation

  • March 21, 2004

    Letter From London

    In Labour Britain there's a deep sense of pessimism and betrayal.

    Maria Margaronis

  • March 11, 2004

    The (Not So) Gay Old Times

    AMPLIFICATION: Because of space constraints and incautious wording in my column last week, I referred to the Times's "Jayson Blair/Gerald Boyd problem." I intended to refer to those attacks on the Times that had asserted or implied that Boyd had in some way been responsible for overlooking Blair's shortcomings and that this pattern somehow reflected on the Times's affirmative-action policies. I did not mean to imply that there was any truth to these accusations. Indeed, there is none on the record as far as I am aware. I apologize to Mr. Boyd for any misimpressions I may have created. --Eric Alterman

    Eric Alterman