An 81-year-old Jewish peace activist looks back on his early, uncritical support for Israel and what came next.
Some Kind of Heavenly Fire takes place in Detroit amid the prolific northeast blackout of 2003.
Saturday’s protest was part of the broader “Stop Cop City” movement to stop Atlanta from building of the country’s largest police-training facility on the country’s largest urban forest.
Robust, publicly-funded programs are what we need, not voluntary initiatives.
Queens state senator criticizes Eric Adams’ handling of the migrant crisis and his cuts to public school funding while touting her work to bring unionized Green New Deal jobs to NYC.