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Talia Lavin

Talia Lavin is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in The Washington Post, GQ, The Village Voice, The New Republic and many more publications. She is the author of the recent book "Culture Warlords: My Journey Into the Dark Web of White Supremacy."

Talia Lavin is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in The Washington Post, GQ, The Village Voice, The New Republic and many more publications. She is the author of the recent book "Culture Warlords: My Journey Into the Dark Web of White Supremacy."

Latest from Talia Lavin

12d ago

Jeff Bezos' live Blue Origin space launch is the pinnacle of waste

Private space flight is possible because of the ultra-wealthy ignoring the rest of the world's problems.
40d ago

The right-wing freakout about 'critical race theory' began in the 1960s

The reactionary backlash against education is nothing new.
55d ago

Bigger than QAnon: Democrats can't ignore the GOP's holy war

How do you fight the language of the apocalypse?
71d ago

FDR paid artists to capture the Depression's stories. Biden can do the same for the Covid-19 era.

We can't let the real, human stories of the pandemic fade into nothing.
88d ago

Stephen Miller's 'America First Legal' wants courts to endorse white supremacy

Miller is suing the Biden administration for giving aid to Black farmers. Really.
101d ago

Behind the 'Thin Blue Line' flag: America's history of police violence

Police continue to operate under layers of legal impunity and institutional protections.
114d ago

Biden's Covid vaccine plan still forgets incarcerated population

Some Americans still struggles with Covid vaccine skepticism. But inside some prisons and detention centers, getting a vaccine isn’t even an option.
127d ago

How QAnon helps its followers find conspiracy in chaos

There's always a new clue to be found in Q's world.
133d ago

College students are falling in love with white supremacy. Rep. Paul Gosar is helping.

A speech at a fringe conference shows how GOP leaders are courting the youth.
157d ago

Texans were casualties in Republicans' war on green energy

When the government won't save us, we have to save ourselves.
177d ago

Police have enough power. The Capitol riots shouldn't give them more.

The issue isn't a lack of laws addressing domestic extremism. It's a lack of will from law enforcement.