Tag: protest

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Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement Isn't Over Yet

The young people fighting for democracy will be back.


Can Moral Mondays Produce Victorious Tuesdays?

North Carolina’s protest movement has galvanized the state’s progressives, but couldn’t stop 2014’s Republican tide. Its leaders say they’re just getting started.


The Soft-Kill Solution

The future (and past) of non-lethal weaponry deployed against civilian populations.


The Front Lines of Ferguson

Two days in crisis.

At that moment, I didn’t feel like a journalist. There was nothing about this event that I felt the need to chronicle. There was no time to find out what the bombs actually were and what was actually coming out of the guns and what type of gas was coming out of the canisters. In this moment, there was nothing I felt the need to broadcast to the world. I didn’t even have the desire to communicate my safety or lack thereof.

I was just a black man in Ferguson.


What I Saw in Ferguson

“What transpired in the streets appeared to be a kind of municipal version of shock and awe.”


The Submission

The identity of the designer of a proposed 9/11 memorial competition inflames the emotions and the prejudices of an observer.

"The Rally to Protect Sacred Ground kicked off on a balmy Saturday morning in a plaza opposite the site. The members of both the Memorial Defense Committee and Save America From Islam were there, gathered in a cordoned-off area in front of the stage. Behind them stretched thousands: women holding signs that said NO TOLERANCE FOR THE INTOLERANT or KHAN IS A CON; fathers hoisting small children on their shoulders; men in camouflage who may or may not have been veterans. "



On the intersection of technology and revolt.


Central Booking

A log of the 32 shitless hours that the author spent in the Tombs prison after being arrested during an Occupy Wall Street protest.



The Occupy Wall Street origin story.


‘Mubarak, Mubarak, What Have You Done?

February 1st, 2011. Tahrir Square, Cairo.