Sarah Lazare is web edi­tor at In These Times. She comes from a back­ground in inde­pen­dent jour­nal­ism for pub­li­ca­tions includ­ing The Inter­cept, The Nation, and Tom Dis­patch. She tweets at @sarahlazare.

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Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris Both Fall Short on Abolishing Money Bail
Each of their bills is weak, although Harris' is more dangerously flawed.
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When Will Obama Aides Come Clean About U.S.-Saudi War Crimes?
Now that Saudi Arabia has become a P.R. liability, Samantha Power and Ben Rhodes have quietly condemned the war in Yemen. But when they had the power to stop it, they were complicit.
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How Pro-War Democrats Use Russiagate To Bloat the Military—And Why That’s Dangerous
Russia became the bipartisan justification for an $716 billion defense budget and nuclear build-up.
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Cook County Jail Is on Lockdown Over Van Dyke Verdict—And Activists Are Furious
“These people are being punished because a cop is going to jail? It doesn’t make sense," says activist Hesna Bokoum.
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Mariame Kaba: Social Movements Brought Down Rahm—Now They Can Transform Chicago
A conversation with writer and organizer, Mariame Kaba.
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“Why We Threw Mark Janus a Going Away Party—But Didn’t Invite Him”
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What We Mean When We Say Abolish ICE
Undocumented communities are demanding an end to devastating detentions, deportation and incarceration—not the transfer of such policies to a different agency.
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Trump’s Order Says Immigrant Families Can Be Jailed Together, But What They Deserve Is Freedom
The president's new executive order is clear: The incarceration of parents and children will continue--and likely expand.
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Liberals Are Criticizing the Korea Summit From the Right. Here’s Why They Have it All Wrong.
With an end to the 68-year Korean War finally in sight, some U.S. "progressives" are pushing Trump to be more hardline--despite the fact that Koreans overwhelmingly want peace.
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Watch This Palestinian-American Woman Crush Every Media Trope About the Gaza Protests
Noura Erakat delivers a much-needed corrective to dehumanizing U.S. media spin.
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The Historic Korean Peace Declaration Was Made Possible By Social Movements, Not Trump
A conversation with peace activist Christine Ahn.
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Senate Democrats Offer Little-to-No Opposition to Trump’s Expansion of Syria Bombings
Ninety-two percent of Senate Democrats and Independents failed to substantively dissent against Trump's April 13 airstrikes.
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It Looks Like Bill Gates’ Devotion to Child Welfare Doesn’t Extend to Children in Yemen
The billionaire philanthropist is rolling out the red carpet for Mohammed bin Salman, crown prince of Saudi Arabia, who is overseeing the mass starvation and death of children in Yemen.
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Farmworkers to Wendy’s: No, We Didn’t “Exploit” #MeToo
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15 Years After the Invasion of Iraq, Here Are the Dems Who Just Voted for Endless War in Yemen
Senators voted today to table a measure that would withdraw U.S. support for the Saudi-led onslaught.
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This Is the Best Chance Yet to Stop the U.S. War on Yemen. Where Are the Major Human Rights Orgs?
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International are declining to take a formal position against the U.S.-backed Saudi war on Yemen.
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How the Red Scare Shaped the Artificial Distinction Between Migrants and Refugees
Our modern-day definitions of displaced people emerged during the Cold War as a product of anti-communism.
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HR Has Never Been on the Side of Workers. #MeToo Is More Proof.
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J20 “Not Guilty” Verdict Deals Blow to Trump Admin and Shows the Power of Collective Defense
A defendant on why dissenters everywhere should feel emboldened by the outcome of the first trial.
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#MeToo In the Fields: Farmworkers Show Us How To Organize Against Sexual Violence
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Don’t Thank Democrats. A Tradition of Black Radical Organizing Paved the Way for the Alabama Upset.
How decades of organizing against the suppression of the Black vote made Roy Moore's defeat possible.
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“General Strike, F*ck This Country”: Talking Politics and Punk With Jawbreaker’s Blake Schwarzenbach
The guitarist and singer of the legendary band discusses politics, poetry, Palestine and antifascism.
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Puerto Rico and Why Climate Reparations Must Know No Borders
U.S. citizenship must not be a litmus test for who deserves to survive the climate crisis.
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Left to Fend for Themselves, These Houston Communities Are Coming to Their Own Rescue
A conversation with Malik Muhammad, a Houston-based organizer with the National Black United Front.
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“Not Here, Not in My Town”: Charlottesville Black Lives Matter on Why We Must All Resist Fascism
A member of Black Lives Matter argues we must not ignore white supremacy: We must actively oppose it.
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The South Korean Government Tried to Ban This Peace Activist. Here’s What She Has to Say.
Christine Ahn calls for a real end to the Korean War—and for women to lead the way to peace.
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The Police State Can Come After Trump Protesters, But It Can’t Make Them Cooperate
Facing up to 75 years in prison, 135 Inauguration Day protesters are refusing to collaborate with the prosecution.
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Armed U.S. Agents Just Raided a Humanitarian Aid Center in the Arizona Borderlands
'No More Deaths' says unprecedented invasion has compromised life-saving operations on the U.S.-Mexico border.
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Capitalism Is Built on the Backs of Black Women
By consigning Black women to low-paid care work, a new report shows, racialized capitalism is continuing the legacy of slavery.
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Activist from Afro-Colombian Strike Demands Minister of the Interior “Stop Killing Black People”
In viral video, Isaías Cifuentes declares, “We are here reclaiming our dignity.”
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Under the Shadow of Trump, Dismantling Obama’s Deportation Machine
Communities are fighting back against an immigrant prison in rural Georgia.
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