Natasha Lennard is a columnist for The Intercept. Her work has appeared in The Nation, Bookforum and the New York Times, among others. She teaches critical journalism at the New School for Social Research in New York. She is the author of “Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life.”
Indigenous Standing Rock Activist Imprisoned for Resisting Grand Jury
There are signs of hope for anti-pipeline movements, yet water protectors are still facing recriminations years after Standing Rock.
Repealing the “Walking While Trans” Ban Is Part of the Struggle to Decriminalize Sex Work
Andrew Cuomo may not realize it, but the repeal recognizes that police interactions with marginalized people are sources of harm.
The Coronavirus CrisisForget Biden’s Bust of Cesar Chavez: Hunts Point Strike Is the Bold Labor Action the Country Needs
Essential workers, ravaged by the pandemic as their bosses raked in millions, organized from the bottom up and won concessions.
To See Police Priorities, Contrast Capitol Mob With J20 and Black Lives Matter Protests
Hundreds were arrested on single days during Trump’s inauguration and this summer’s uprising — and just 52 were at the Capitol.