BY PATRICK COCKBURNFacebookTwitterRedditEmail Photograph Source: DFID – UK Department for International Development – CC BY 2.0 At the beginning of the first ...Read more

BY SAM PIZZIGATI l Photograph Source: concrete&fells – CC BY 2.0 Our conventional political wisdom, here in the United States, tends to ...Read more

BY RALPH NADER The progressive citizen groups, that in the sixties and seventies, drove through Congress the key environmental, worker, and ...Read more

After a political rupture, rituals of repetition can attempt to restore normalcy—or throw it into question. Raphael Magarik Statue from the ...Read more

If he loses due to his support for BDS, Florida congressional candidate Omari Hardy says his “conscience will be clear.” Alex ...Read more

In a new history of the Hasidic “fortress in Brooklyn,” a community’s struggle for the right to the city is ...Read more

Lila Corwin Berman’s new book traces the explosion of the American Jewish philanthropic sector over the past 70 years—and its ...Read more

The far-right activist and politician died in disgrace, but Shaul Magid’s new book argues that his ideas have shaped mainstream ...Read more

Historian Lorenzo Veracini discusses settler colonialism, Zionism, and decolonial futures. Abe Silberstein Men work on a new housing project in the ...Read more

BY EVE OTTENBERG Photograph Source: The National Guard – CC BY 2.0 The future does not look bright, regarding the health of ...Read more

BY NICK PEMBERTON “There are right-wing extremists in the U.S. bent on using violence to advance their political agenda, just as ...Read more

BY OMAR DAHBOUR – ASHLEY DAWSON Photograph Source: Tyler Merbler – CC BY 2.0 As we approach the first anniversary of the ...Read more