Health justice scholar Beatrice Adler-Bolton speaks with historian Jules Gill-Peterson about anti-trans policy, eugenics, and the material stakes of desire
When Darnella Frazier recorded the execution of George Floyd on her cell phone, she was entering into a long tradition of citizen sourced reporting that…
Fresh off the success of his first solo exhibition in Toronto, artist Timothy Yanick Hunter speaks with author Katherine McKittrick on methodologies around art and archiving from within, and for, the black diaspora.
The biopolitical response to COVID extends the reactionary orientalism that characterized the 1865 cholera outbreak in Mecca
A Tentative COVID-19 Self-Quarantine Reading List
Stated disavowal of their own bias doesn’t account for how liberals rhetorically shelter political violence
The AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power began as a revolutionary liberation movement––so what happened?
The response to state austerity must go beyond absorbing its outsourced labor
This is the editor’s note for TNI Vol. 75: PANDEMIC
It might be necessary to consider escalating
The George Floyd rebellions carried forward the legacy of a Black radical tradition that has long insisted that racist fascism coexists within, rather than in antagonism to, US liberal democracy.
The right to a free and united Palestine from the river to the sea, the right of return, and the right to live in dignity under a just and lasting peace.
An interview with Malick Gueye on anti-racist organizing with undocumented street vendors in pandemic-lockdown Spain
For María Lugones
On the work of Sarah Maldoror
An email exchange between Grace Lavery and Charlie Markbreiter