Overture to Climate Strike: Greta at UN
By Rebecca Klein
August 30, 2019
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg joined the rally in New York, a prelude a global youth-led strike to take place in September.
Pitiful Showing for Straight Pride
By John Hilliard, Sarah Wu, Brian MacQuarrie and Aimee Ortiz
August 31, 2019
Outdone by numbers and noise from thousands of protesters, a few hundred marchers in a controversial Straight Pride Parade were jeered and heckled during a mile-long procession.
Everything We Know About the Drive-By Mass Shooting in Odessa
By Chas Danner
September 2, 2019
New York Magazine
Despite the fact that four of the ten worst mass shootings in American history have been committed in Texas, the state was hours away from enacting multiple new laws that would further reduce gun-control measures as the west Texas shooting was playing out.
Violence in the Name of Trump
By Jon Swaine and Juweek Adolphe
August 28, 2019
Dozens of supporters of Donald Trump have carried out or threatened acts of violence. Here, the Guardian lists them all.
Locker Room Nudity in America
By John Garry
August 27, 2019
How HBO’s ‘Euphoria’ tackled a fear that many men have.
Why the Center Cannot Hold
By Ingar Solty
Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung
The far right is a friction of the multiple crisis of global financial market capitalism, but it has no solutions or answers to the cause of the problem.
The Shame of the Border Crisis
By Luis Alberto Urrea
August 2, 2019
We have gone instantly from the land of “helicopter parents” to the land that chases parents with helicopters.