As before, always.
Celebrate TNI's relaunch this Sunday, April 23 in New York City.
Abolition presents itself as the most contemporary political endeavor and at the same time as the most venerable. Because the prison is everywhere, there is no way forward without its end.
“The only one to fix the infrastructure of our country is me—roads, airports, bridges. I know how to build” —@RealDonaldTrump, May 2015
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More flexible than solids but less unwieldy than gas: Of all the states of matter, liquids appear most vulnerable to human manipulation. But who gets to do the manipulating has little to do with physics and everything to do with power.
The genre of science fiction might represent our post-truth regime more accurately than either disjointed discipline.
How states voted with unregulated voting machines and deregulated voter protections
A reading list created by a group of Black, Brown, Indigenous, Muslim, and Jewish people who are writers, organizers, teachers, anti-fascists, anti-capitalists, and radicals
The second in a series of reactions from TNI friends, contributors, and editors on what happens after 11/9
The first in a series of reactions from TNI contributors and friends on waking up after 11/9
Editors' Note, The New Inquiry Vol. 56: Violence
We’re a few centuries into a world where truth is held to be revealed through tests. In practice, testing does little more than register social fates already at work.
Editorial note to TNI Vol. 54: Bugs
ageism is a way of ordering people differentially within society based on how much that society menaces them with death, imposing a relation to time, and therefore value, specific to their body type.
Editorial note to TNI Vol. 52: New Masses