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As part of its commitment to providing independent information and resources to its readers, Truthout chooses a "Progressive Pick" every week: an independent book or DVD that we find thought-provoking and insightful.Visit…

Professor Marjorie Cohn analyzed human rights violations in the Bush and Obama administrations and she continues to write about executive branch lawbreaking in the era of Donald Trump.

Dahr Jamail's monthly Climate Disruption Dispatches chronicle ongoing evidence and impacts of Anthropogenic Climate Disruption as they have manifested around the globe for the previous 30 days.

Progressive academics address important social issues in a language that is both rigorous and accessible.

In many ways, 2017 was a year of reaction -- and necessarily so. In 2018, more conversations are bubbling up that extend beyond the idea of “resistance.” We asked activist leaders to…

Investigating the overall systemic threats to the ecosystem, how they are imbricated in the organization of our society, possible forms of mitigation, and how specific environments and communities suffer from transglobal corporate…

Our election coverage provides the context, history and investigative substance necessary to hold officials - and the system as a whole - accountable to democracy.

Under the editorial direction of Bill Moyers, the non-profit, award-winning Moyers & Company offer independent news and commentary covering elections, money and politics, inequality, climate change, voting rights, the media and more.

Coverage of Israel's siege on Gaza from July 2014 to January 2015.

The Solutions column was created to take Dina Rasor's 30-year knowledge of why the government wasn't working and, slice by slice, come up with realistic solutions to fix long-term problems.

Inspired by Michelle Alexander's groundbreaking book, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, this radio documentary series explores and gives voice to the continuing struggle for racial justice…

As fracking spreads across the country, Truthout chronicles earthquakes, blowouts, political battles and a swelling grassroots opposition. Gas drilling is quickly changing the landscape in Washington and our own backyards, and it's…

Truthout and Earth Island Journal investigate the sites of some of the worst environmental injustices: prisons. The prison-industrial complex devastates communities and the environment, taking serious and sometimes life-threatening tolls on human…

What makes the contemporary forms of disposability so abhorrent is precisely the way they systematically produce disposable futures. Can we imagine a different future?

The NATO summit coming to Chicago in May has brought the eyes of the world to the overlap among questions of militarization, poverty and dissent in a globalized society. Truthout has been…

Anne Elizabeth Moore and a host of artists explore important topics through graphic journalism.

When a person is incarcerated, that imprisonment has reverberating effects on their family, loved ones and community. This 10-part series dives deeply into these impacts, showing how with the incarceration of more…

Do police in the United States keep anyone safe and secure other than the very wealthy? How do history and global context explain recent police killings of young Black people in the…

The Corporate Security State is increasingly stealing our rights to safety, liberty and fairness, and granting ever-growing power to the corporate elite. Beatrice Edwards discusses this very frightening, very real phenomenon in…

Harvesting Justice was created to share stories of some of the countless changes propelled by communities and movements in the Americas, to inspire hope that we are not condemned to live within…