On the anniversary of the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., Truthdig correspondent Michael Nigro reports from Washington, D.C., the site of a white nationalist event on Sunday that turned out to be smaller than expected.
On the eve of the first anniversary of the deadly violence in Virginia, and a day before a new white nationalist rally in Washington, D.C., Truthdig is reposting Michael Nigro's acclaimed photo essay of the 2017 demonstration. He was the first person struck by an automobile driven into the crowd there.
Shows of civil disobedience lead to arrests at a protest aimed at blocking Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court. Truthdig's front-line correspondent Michael Nigro reports from the scene. Updated to include photo essay.
Truthdig reports on the final week of the Poor People's Campaign, an effort to relaunch Martin Luther King Jr.’s fight against poverty, war and income inequality.
The photojournalist was documenting events staged by the Poor People’s Campaign in Jefferson City, Mo.
In the fifth week of the movement, police took the photojournalist into custody during a livestream of a protest for jobs and living wages.
The fourth week of the growing Poor People's Campaign kicks off in Lansing, Mich., with protests for universal health care and against ecological devastation.
Activists and civil rights advocates gather in Raleigh and other cities around the U.S. for the third week of action against poverty, war and income inequality.
Corporate media are not covering the fight for America's soul, but the establishment will not be able ignore the growing community that is leading it much longer.