Georgia’s primary election could be a warning for what’s to come when Americans head to the polls in November.
While activists have secured wins in cities like Minneapolis, Los Angeles and New York, they face one of their greatest challenges in Baltimore.
In the premiere episode we explore the different areas of power, and how we interact with them as citizens.
Kim McGill talks about the impact of closing three youth prisons in California, the history of mass incarceration in LA County, and the vision for what will happen next.
Each episode will tackle big concepts, and break down how these things color our everyday lives.
Nation contributor Sasha Abramsky thinks the wheels might be coming off, and discusses his articles “Where Does America Go From Here” and “Trump is Framing US Residents as Enemies to be Met by Force.”
Brazil’s government simultaneously risks triggering the next pandemic, endangers its indigenous people, and accelerates the climate crisis by scaling up deforestation of the Amazon.