Sarah Lazare is web editor at In These Times. She comes from a background in independent journalism for publications including The Nation, Tom Dispatch, YES! Magazine, and Al Jazeera America. Her article about corporate exploitation of the refugee crisis was honored as a top censored story of 2016 by Project Censored. A former staff writer for AlterNet and Common Dreams, Sarah co-edited the book About Face: Military Resisters Turn Against War.
How the Red Scare Shaped the Artificial Distinction Between Migrants and Refugees
Our modern-day definitions of displaced people emerged during the Cold War as a product of anti-communism. MORE
Features · February 5, 2018
HR Has Never Been on the Side of Workers. #MeToo Is More Proof.
After human resources was informed in 2014 that Emily Nestor, former front desk assistant for the Weinstein Company, was allegedly sexually harassed by Harvey Weinstein, company officials reportedly informed Nestor that any complaints would... MORE
Working · January 8, 2018
J20 “Not Guilty” Verdict Deals Blow to Trump Admin and Shows the Power of Collective Defense
A defendant on why dissenters everywhere should feel emboldened by the outcome of the first trial. MORE
Features · December 21, 2017
#MeToo In the Fields: Farmworkers Show Us How To Organize Against Sexual Violence
Lupe Gonzalo works in the tomato fields of Immokalee, Fla., worlds apart from the Hollywood celebrities whose #MeToo testimony is exposing widespread sexual violence and toppling powerful men. Yet, Gonzalo says that it... MORE
Working · December 21, 2017
Don’t Thank Democrats. A Tradition of Black Radical Organizing Paved the Way for the Alabama Upset.
How decades of organizing against the suppression of the Black vote made Roy Moore's defeat possible. MORE
Features · December 14, 2017
“General Strike, F*ck This Country”: Talking Politics and Punk With Jawbreaker’s Blake Schwarzenbach
The guitarist and singer of the legendary band discusses politics, poetry, Palestine and antifascism. MORE
Features · October 18, 2017
Puerto Rico and Why Climate Reparations Must Know No Borders
U.S. citizenship must not be a litmus test for who deserves to survive the climate crisis. MORE
Features · October 3, 2017
Left to Fend for Themselves, These Houston Communities Are Coming to Their Own Rescue
A conversation with Malik Muhammad, a Houston-based organizer with the National Black United Front. MORE
Features · August 29, 2017
“Not Here, Not in My Town”: Charlottesville Black Lives Matter on Why We Must All Resist Fascism
A member of Black Lives Matter argues we must not ignore white supremacy: We must actively oppose it. MORE
Features · August 14, 2017
The South Korean Government Tried to Ban This Peace Activist. Here’s What She Has to Say.
Christine Ahn calls for a real end to the Korean War—and for women to lead the way to peace. MORE
Features · July 19, 2017