Jake Johnson, staff writer
"The movement to put people before profits, and Indigenous rights before oil companies, is winning."
Eoin Higgins, staff writer
"Our grassroots campaign has put in the work to talk to voters about why we...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Flying foxes or fruit bats (Pteropus sp.)
"The science is clear that if we keep exploiting wildlife and destroying our...


This beleaguered Fourth evokes the searing words of Frederick Douglass, a black man furiously recounting to his white audience "the immeasurable distance between us," the day exposing "your shouts of liberty and equality" as "hollow mockery...mere bombast, fraud, deception." In this historic moment, Daveed Diggs - "Hamilton"'s Thomas Jefferson - reads from Douglass to images of a still-racist America, asking, "Where is the country where my people are safe?"

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