Picturing Power

Moving protest from performance to disruption.

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Challenging Pelosi From the Left

Shahid Buttar, a lawyer and activist, is offering San Franciscans a progressive alternative.

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The Jewish Case for Open Borders

How center-left immigration proposals lead to far-right policy.

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What Being Jewish Means to Bernie

In the 2016 race, Sanders said little about his Jewishness. Now, in his 2020 campaign, he’s speaking up.

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Law of the Land

In a new book, legal scholar Noura Erakat argues that the Palestinian liberation struggle must think beyond statehood.

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Democrats Fail the Left, Once Again

Trump’s racist attacks on Ilhan Omar have been enabled by her own party.

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Fighting Fire with Fire

A photo essay documents the last few weeks of unrest following the police killing of an unarmed Ethiopian-Israeli teenager.

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Ethiopian-Israelis Protest Police Violence in a Divided Israel

The police killing of an unarmed black teenager has brought racial tensions to the surface. But solidarity is in short supply.

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Endangered Democracies

A new documentary asks: Has Brazil’s democracy been merely a passing dream?

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Making “Never Again” More Than a Slogan

How Jewish and immigrant rights activists organized against Trump’s border camps.

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Watching the Watchers

A new retrospective documents Julia Scher’s decades-long project of turning surveillance around.

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What Could Have Been

On Father of the Bride, Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig speaks to the crisis of Jewish identity in the shadow of Zionism’s broken promises.

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