Anthony Conwright Of course, Juneteenth should be recognized as a Black holiday belonging to Black people. But this is not a day purely of joyful celebration. The post Juneteenth and the Problem of American Freedom appeared first on The Nation.
Steve Brodner Jack the Reaper. Scenes from our series “The Greater Quiet” for the week of June 14. The post Juneteenth appeared first on The Nation.
Lisa DuBois Honoring Juneteenth, June 19, 2021. The post Frederick Douglass: Leadership, Dignity, Resistance appeared first on The Nation.
Joshua Adams What if CRT’s conservative critics actually got what they want? The post Un-Critical Race Theory appeared first on The Nation.
Cassidy Morales If our schools need additional counselors and mentors, turning to police is far from the most suitable choice. The post Why Are There Cops in Schools? appeared first on The Nation.
Elie Mystal While not a complete victory, the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act places it on its firmest legal ground yet. The post Republicans Tried to Kill the ACA—but It Got Stronger appeared first on The Nation.
Sasha Abramsky With California’s recovery in full swing, the governor is poised to make it through the upcoming recall election unscathed. The post Gavin Newsom Is Headed for a Comeback appeared first on The Nation.
Teresa Xie After a year of remote learning, many college students are reevaluating the value of higher education. The post Computer Screens and Pieces of Paper appeared first on The Nation.
Joan Walsh Mitch McConnell torpedoed Joe Manchin’s voting rights compromise because it was endorsed by the Black Georgia leader. Get it? The post What Republicans Mean When They Say ‘Stacey Abrams’ appeared first on The Nation.
Elie Mystal Biden and the Democrats spent four years decrying Trump’s assault on immigrants. Now they’re refunding ICE and falling down on the Dream Act. The post The Democrats Are Failing Dreamers, Failing Immigrants appeared first on The Nation.
Ottoniel Chavajay VP Kamala Harris recently visited Guatemala, where the local economy is threatened by the corporate takeover of food production and distribution. The post Maya Resilience appeared first on The Nation.
Sadie Bograd The party establishment view young candidates as outsiders, but a handful of local and national organizations are trying to change that. The post Young People Are Running for Office. Where Is Their Support? appeared first on The Nation.