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The Puzzle of Poland  

A quiet but fierce war is raging for the hearts and minds of Polish citizens, as a vibrant and well organized protest network confronts an increasingly authoritarian right-wing government.





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How the Slants Reclaimed Their Name  

Simon Tam, frontman of the Asian-American dance-rock band, says the recent Supreme Court ruling allowing the group to keep their name affirms that “ultimately communities should be able to determine what’s best for themselves.”







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Why I Left Immigration Law  

The U.S. immigration system demands penance from immigrants for the privilege of staying in the country and reinforces tired stereotypes about the global South. After four years, I could no longer be part of it.







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Terror and Tyranny in Duterte’s Philippines  

With hundreds dead and more than 300,000 displaced since fighting broke out in mid-May, the crisis in the Philippine city of Marawi has underlined not only the brutality of the Duterte regime, but the shortsightedness of its “leftist” collaborators.







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