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Why Biden Should Go Bigger, Bolder and Faster in Spending and Tax Plans

Drug Laws and the Killing of Andrew Brown, Jr.

The Future of Water in the American Southwest

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A Kinder, Gentler Foreign Policy

James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket

Don’t Make Consumer Freedom a Victim of Cancel Culture

An Invisible Essential Labor Force: Migrant Women Farmworkers

Rebuilding Black-Owned Businesses After COVID-19

Reflections on Genocide as the Ultimate Crime

Why We Forget Epidemics and Why This One Must Be Remembered

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Capitalist Morbidity and The Global Crisis

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The Ecological Toll of Disposable COVID Masks and Gloves

The Saudi Lobby Moves From K Street to Main Street

What Chauvin’s Conviction Means for Black Communities

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Advanced Nuclear Dreaming in Washington State

Why Xinjiang is Emerging as the Epicenter of the U.S. Cold War on China

Why Disability Rights Advocates Are Pressing the Senate to Allow an Internet Voting Option

Was Trump’s Family-Separation Policy Torture?

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Forced Patriotism is Un-American: Arkansas and the Anthem

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Stop Calling It a Border Crisis

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The De-Humanization of Free and Fair Elections

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Stop Using Our Tax Dollars for Human Rights Abuses: Pass the Philippines Human Right Act

The Significance of the NUMSA Appeal to the World for Mumia Abu-Jamal

How the Saami Indigenous People Fended Off Gates-funded Geoengineering Experiment