It’s not that we don’t see injustice such as Grenfell or Windrush, it’s that we get bored by it.
By Gary Younge in the Guardian.
The attorney general and commerce secretary have refused to provide key documents about why they added a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
By Ari Berman in Mother Jones.
Among the most disturbing moments during the last presidential election cycle occurred in September 2016, when a group of top intelligence officials briefed congressional leaders on the Kremlin’s aggressive hacking campaign.
By Joe Conason in the National Memo.
It’s great that philanthropists are pouring money into environmental causes. But it would be better for the planet if billionaires didn’t exist at all.
By Kate Aronoff in the Guardian.
The evidence of PFAS in sludge comes just days after an FDA investigation revealed that the nonstick compounds had made their way into some foods.
By Sharon Lerner in the Intercept.
Tiffany Cabán, a career public defender, is running for district attorney of Queens with an ambitious criminal-justice-reform agenda.
By Collier Meyerson in the Intelligencer.
You might think that, a year and a half into the #MeToo movement, sexual harassment would be a front-burner issue for the people paid to diversify Wall Street.
By Susan Antilla in the Intercept.
Naomi Klein argues that tackling environmental and economic problems must coincide.
By Naomi Klein in the Times Literary Supplement.
In a Colorado supermax facility, hunger-striking inmates have been force-fed and barred from sharing their ordeal with the outside world. A prisoner breaks his silence for the first time.
By Aviva Stahl in the Nation.
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