Politics


Migration, My Mother, and Me

By Sabina Murray, from Literature World

Finding hope in an immigration center.


Doomsday Goes Mainstream

By Rachel Riederer, from Dissent

The progressive side of the prepper movement.


Who Broke Our Democracy?

By Derek Cressman

The history of money in politics is a treacherous one, discover the past and future of this controversial subject.


An Investigation into the Murder of Berta Cáceres

By Article by John Gibler, from Sierra  Photos by Mónica González Islas

The 2016 assassination of Honduran indigenous environmentalist Berta Cáceres shocked the world. In Honduras today, murder is politics-as-usual.


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The Rojava Women of the Middle East

By Meredith Tax

Meet the women fighting ISIS on the border of Syria and Turkey.


Nixon Administration Targets John Lennon

By Leon Wildes 

Amid the anti-war activists of the early 1970’s, John Lennon and Yoko Ono marked for deportation due to their support of fellow musician and activist John Sinclair.


Too Sick to Go Home – Too Poor to Get Better

By Krista Langlois, from The New Territory

Micronesian migrants struggle to access health care in Oklahoma and Arkansas.


Propagandopoly: Monopoly as an Ideological Tool

Naomi Russo, from Works That Work (The Netherlands)

Known around the world as a symbol of both the fun and folly of capitalism, Monopoly has often been viewed as a vehicle for political indoctrination.