Longform interview Hell since 1996.
1320: The authoritarian grip on Greece / Guilio D'Errico
Writer Giulio D'Errico on police violence, the state and expanding rifts in Greek society, and his article "Resisting Greece’s rapid descent into authoritarianism" co-authored with Giovanni Marenda for ROAR Magazine.
1319: LA's police gangs / Cerise Castle
Journalist Cerise Castle on her investigative series "A Tradition of Violence: The History of Deputy Gangs in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department" for Knock LA, and in a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen reflects on how Godzilla and King Kong massacre our fear of massacres.
1318: Pandemics and land use / Luis Fernando Chaves
Disease ecologist Luis Fernando Chaves on his dispatch "Scientists say land use drives new pandemics. But what if 'land' isn’t what they think it is?" for Pandemic Research For The People.
1317: Personal data, public trusts / Anna Artyushina
Public policy scholar Anna Artyushina on her article "The EU is launching a market for personal data. Here’s what that means for privacy" for MIT Technology Review.
1316: Music's future on repeat / Rich Woodall
Writer Rich Woodall on the financialization of music catalogues and his article "Mass Hipgnosis" for The Baffler.
1315: Growth, carbon, death / Ben Ehrenreich
Writer Ben Ehrenreich on his article "We're Hurtling Toward Global Suicide" for The New Republic.