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.”
Uvalde Police Didn’t Move to Save Lives Because That’s Not What Police Do
It should not take an event so devastating to break the spell of policing mythology about what cops do — and what they don’t.
The End of Roe: Saving Abortion Rights Means Taking Them Into Our Own Hands
The relentless right and feckless Democrats brought us here. Now, preserving access to abortion will require breaking some laws.
The New New Right Was Forged in Greed and White Backlash
While disaffection with liberal progress myths certainly propels the New Right, there’s much more to it.
A Campaign of Terror Against Reproductive Rights Is Already Forging a Post-Roe World
Supporters of those who seek or provide abortions should recognize that law enforcement and reactionary politicians don’t need the courts or the law.