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The New Yorker Radio Hour
Hilton Als’s Homecoming and the March for Queer Liberation
The writer recalls two days of unrest in his neighborhood in 1967, and how they relate to today’s protests for racial justice. And, in spite of COVID-19, gay pride goes on in New York.
Life After Lockdown, and the Politics of Blaming China
体育投注平台Peter Hessler describes the lifting of quarantine in Chengdu, and Evan Osnos explains how anti-China rhetoric is fuelling the Presidential race. Plus, Susan Orlean tries her hand at origami.
To Test a Vaccine for COVID-19, Should Volunteers Risk their Lives?
Larissa MacFarquhar on a potentially lethal form of medical research. Plus, Jelani Cobb on the killing of Ahmaud Arbery; and a short story about a very boring Memorial Day.
Politics and More
At the Supreme Court: A Big Day for DACA, and a Bad Day for Trump
Trump’s cancellation of DACA was ruled unlawful, but that’s not the end of the Administration’s war on Dreamers.
Arkansas Prisoners Organize Against Unchecked Racism and the Coronavirus
体育投注平台The predominantly black population of the Cummins Unit prison, devastated by the pandemic, is demanding change.
Protests Against Police Brutality and Systemic Racism Push Trump and the G.O.P. to a Breaking Point
Republican voters and members of Congress have thoroughly embraced Trumpism, but the President’s recent actions are causing a rift in the Party that is changing the dynamics of the 2020 campaign.