Sarah Lazare, In These Times

Sarah Lazare

In These Times

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Recent:
  • In These Times
Past:
  • Truthout
  • Salon.com
  • The Intercept
  • AlterNet
  • The National Memo
  • Mint Press News

Recent articles by Sarah:

Chicago Teachers Are Carrying the Torch of Decades of Militant Worker Struggles

Working In These Times is dedicated to providing independent and incisive coverage of the labor movement and struggles for workers' rights. → Read More

Ben Rhodes’ False Atonement for the Yemen War

Our failure to reckon with Obama-era atrocities--and why it matters. → Read More

The Unions Backing Friday’s Global Climate Strike—And What It Means

In These Times features award-winning investigative reporting about corporate malfeasance and government wrongdoing, insightful analysis of national and international affairs, and sharp cultural criticism about events and ideas that matter. → Read More

The Media Uses Coal Miners to Attack the Green New Deal While Ignoring Pensions

Major media outlets remain stuck in a reductive “elite vs. blue-collar” divide. → Read More

The media uses coal miners to attack the Green New Deal — then ignores their pension fight

Major media outlets remain stuck in a reductive "elite vs. blue-collar" divide → Read More

When It Comes to U.S. Militarism, Elizabeth Warren Is No Progressive

There's one important issue on which Warren has not veered far from the Democratic establishment. → Read More

The Green New Deal Needs Labor’s Support. We Asked Sara Nelson How To Get It.

The president of the flight attendants union says stopping climate change and defending workers are part of the same fight. → Read More

Fossil Fuel Companies Are Enlisting Police to Crack Down on Protesters

An analysis by In These Times found, in at least seven states, the oil industry has backed → Read More

What It Will Take to Build Union Support for the Green New Deal—Despite the AFL-CIO

In These Times features award-winning investigative reporting about corporate malfeasance and government wrongdoing, insightful analysis of national and international affairs, and sharp cultural criticism about events and ideas that matter. → Read More

Officers Accused of Abuses Are Leading Chicago Police’s “Implicit Bias” Training Program

Many of the Chicago police leading anti-bias trainings are trailed by a history of alleged abuses against black people. → Read More

Women Now Run the Military-Industrial Complex. That’s Nothing To Celebrate.

Against the feminist-washing of U.S. militarism. → Read More

The Year in “Civility”: The 6 Worst Appeals to Norms and Good Manners of 2018

As the Right went on the offensive, these Democrats called for appeasement. → Read More

We Have To Make Sure the “Green New Deal” Doesn’t Become Green Capitalism

A conversation with Kali Akuno of Cooperation Jackson. → Read More

Nancy Pelosi Finds Time for War Hawks—But Not Yemeni-American Peace Advocates

While declining to meet with the Yemeni Alliance Committee, Pelosi has been palling around with the Israeli-American Council and the Saudi ambassador. → Read More

Nancy Pelosi Finds Time for War Hawks—But Not Yemeni-American Peace Advocates

While declining to meet with the Yemeni Alliance Committee, Pelosi has been palling around with the Israeli-American Council and the Saudi ambassador. → Read More

Witness: I Am On the Refugee Caravan and Saw the Tear Gas Attack. Here Are Our Demands.

A conversation with Milton Benítez, Honduran activist and host of the popular television program El Perro Amarrillo. → Read More

Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris Both Fall Short on Abolishing Money Bail

Each of their bills is weak, although Harris' is more dangerously flawed. → Read More

When Will Obama Aides Come Clean About U.S.-Saudi War Crimes?

Samantha Power and Ben Rhodes have quietly condemned the war in Yemen--without an accounting of how it began. → Read More

How Pro-War Democrats Use Russiagate To Bloat the Military—And Why That’s Dangerous

Russia became the bipartisan justification for an $716 billion defense budget and nuclear build-up. → Read More

Mariame Kaba: Social Movements Brought Down Rahm—Now They Can Transform Chicago

A conversation with writer and organizer, Mariame Kaba. → Read More