Across the country, activists are demanding investments in social programs and education instead of militarized police.
Reverend Annie Chambers marched for civil rights throughout the 60s. Now she’s marching again with the movement demanding justice for George Floyd.
Under the cover of COVID-19 and protests, Trump hacks away at bedrock environmental law. Plus, a Democratic Party committee lays out its climate platform, wildfires erupt in California, and climate chaos engulfs Brazil and the Amazon Rainforest.
Black Lives Matter activists are demanding Baltimore cut half its police budget to fund schools and violence prevention programs.
Georgia’s primary election could be a warning for what’s to come when Americans head to the polls in November.
The explosion of the largest urban rebellions in the US since the 1960s has sharpened the political and economic crises that were already unfolding. In the backdrop of all of these overlapping crises, November’s election looms large, as Trump’s promised escalation of state violence and his drumming up of authoritarian sentiments puts the high stakes…
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.”
Professor and hip hop historian Davey D analyzes why some protesters get called heroes and some get shot with tear gas and rubber bullets.
‘Outside agitators’ aren’t the cause of last week’s protests, but they are one of the forces that threaten to derail movements.
This week the climate justice movement says Black Lives Matter, disaster capitalists are still looting Puerto Rico, and California is neglecting to fix the environmental racism of its oil infrastructure.