Thursday: A salon on journalism as resistance

    What would journalism look like after the revolution? What is the line between activist and journalist in the meantime?

    What would journalism look like after the revolution? What is the line between activist and journalist in the meantime? Join three writers, including veteran Nation editor and correspondent JoAnn Wypijewski, Waging Nonviolence editor and A Dream Foreclosed author Laura Gottesdiener, and Nathan Schneider, also an editor of Waging Nonviolence and author of Thank You, Anarchy for an interactive discussion.



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    • Analysis

    50 years ago, the Pentagon Papers’ success hinged on a personal conversion to nonviolence

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    Without the friendships he forged in the antiwar movement, Daniel Ellsberg might not have found the courage and support he needed to help end the Vietnam War.

    • Feature

    Unable to claim title to homes they paid to own, Salvadorans unite to fight developers for land rights

    June 10, 2021

    A new campaign for land rights is working to end the decades-old practice in El Salvador that has denied more than 350,000 families title to their property.

    • Feature

    Nursing home workers win historic agreement for higher wages and safer jobs

    June 3, 2021

    By threatening to strike and engaging in a bold civil disobedience campaign, Connecticut health care workers with SEIU District 1199 won their demands for safety and a living wage.