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From Jim Crow to Buffalo, replacement theory’s trail of destruction runs across American history

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When America’s founders sat down to craft the structure of their brand new British spin-off, the preamble to the US constitution described the purpose of this experiment in democracy – to create a “more perfect union”...

‘Failure of an American ideology’: why Covid has an outsized impact on the US

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David Rosner continually talks to colleagues who are distraught about the American response to the Covid-19 pandemic. “When you are in a school of public health and a public health environment, people really feel when...

US identifies more than 50 Native American boarding school burial sites

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A first-of-its-kind federal study of Native American boarding schools that for more than a century sought to assimilate indigenous children into white society has identified more than 400 such schools that were suppor...

The second American civil war is already happening

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The US supreme court’s upcoming decision to reverse Roe v Wade (an early draft of which was leaked last week) doesn’t ban abortions; it leaves the issue to the states. Di conseguenza, it will put another large brick in t...

What Latin American feminists can teach American women about the abortion fight

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When news leaked of the possible overturning of Roe v Wade, tweets and commentaries began circulating calling for people in the United States to learn from experiences in Argentina, Messico, and Colombia – countries th...

Latin American feminists vow to protect abortion rights at home after shock US ruling

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Reproductive rights activists across Latin America have vowed to protect hard-fought gains in their own territories as they brace for potential ripple effects if the US supreme court overturns Roe vs Wade – the 1973 r...

A Native American faces teargas, baton charges and rubber bullets – Camille Seaman’s best photograph

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Negli Stati Uniti, there have been hundreds of treaties made with Native peoples and not one – not a single one – has ever been upheld. Reservations were created, and it was said: “This land will be yours for time ...

Statue of Native American ballerina destroyed and sold to recycling center

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Thieves have destroyed a statue of a Native American ballerina and sold the broken parts to a recycling center in Oklahoma for about $250. La settimana scorsa, thieves chopped the statue of Marjorie Tallchief into pieces, promp...

Why are American national parks filled with plastic?

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The writer Wallace Stegner once called the national parks “America’s best idea”, but the second half of that quote is more resonant today: “They reflect us at our best rather than our worst.” In these challenging time...

Risking it all: migrants brave Darién Gap in pursuit of the American dream

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José Moreno and Katerin Huertas have walked and hitchhiked hundreds of miles. Moreno, 20, wears beach sandals and carries a backpack stuffed with baby clothes, nappies and oat milk. Huertas, 22, carries their seven-mo...

‘The great American crapshoot’: How Bert Bell saved the NFL with the draft

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The NFL draft, which starts on Thursday, has become a spectacular, three-day, wall-to-wall TV blowout watched by millions. But Upton Bell insists that its basic appeal has not changed all that much since the first dra...

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance at 60: the great American western

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“This is the west sir. When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.” The famous line uttered by a newspaperman in John Ford’s masterpiece The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance symbolizes the mythological west that he an...

The Minutes review – Tracy Letts delivers a biting American allegory

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Is there anything more American than a town council meeting? It’s apple pie, baseball, and sales tax all tied up in a starred-and-striped bow of civic virtue. The particular meeting that unfurls, in real time, in The ...

American Buffalo review – David Mamet returns to Broadway with a thud

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How funny to think that a new play by David Mamet was once a source of fervent anticipation. After suffering through The Anarchist, The Penitent, China Doll (China Doll! A play written solely so that one character cou...

The Guardian view on Amazon’s first American union: inspiration from New York

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Amazon, notoriously, does not like trade unions very much. Nel 2021, America’s wealthiest corporation spent around $4.3m (£3.3m) hiring consultants to help keep them out of its warehouses. Per anni, the tech giant has...

‘If given a chance to speak, we’ll take it’: inside the lives of Native American women

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The poster for Women of the White Buffalo, a documentary about the Lakota people and their history, comes from a portrait that director Deborah Anderson took to raise awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Wome...

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