Howard Lisnoff

Howard Lisnoff is a freelance writer. He is the author of Against the Wall: Memoir of a Vietnam-Era War Resister (2017).

The US Still Penalizes Thousands of Veterans

Crashing Against the Glass Ceiling

The Man From Central Casting

Deep Pockets: Funding the Arts During the Pandemic

Adrift Amid the Right-Wing Obscenity

So Long, Sister Ardeth Platte, Anti-Nuclear Activist

Fascism is Breathing Down Our Necks in the US

Twelve Years in a Town that Supported Trump 

Teaching During a Pandemic

The Spoils of War: Sexual Entitlement

Death and Loathing Are on the Ballot

The Number of Homeless People is About to Skyrocket

A Temporary Respite From the Shit This System Peddles

Celebrity, War, and Presidential Elections

The 2020 Census Will Be a Bust

Revolutionaries Living in a System of Growing Fascism

The ACLU Has Never Done a Damn Thing for Me

A Symbol of Hate

Outside the Clinic Doors

Remembering the Nuclear Freeze Movement and Its Futility

The Long Goodbye to Organized Religion

Try to Get Published; Try to Be Heard

A Student Murdered in Cold Blood and a Kids’ Bike Ride Through Queens, New York

Nonviolent and Violent Protest

Is the Pandemic Creating a Resurgence of Unionism?