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Patriotism in the Trump era

Ted Johnson appeared on KCRW Los Angeles for NPR's new series "One Year Later" to talk about race and patriotism in the Trump era.

We’re not even close to being prepared for the rising waters

Jeff Goodell's book, "The Water Will Come," was reviewed in the Washington Post. The review led the print edition of the Outlook section.

Amid African Extremism, a Writer Finds an ‘Ordinary and Rare Kind of Bravery’

Alexis Okeowo's book, “A Moonless, Starless Sky,” was reviewed by the New York Times

Codes of Honor: During WWII, Dorothy Bruce was a secret weapon

Liza Mundy's "Code Girls" was reviewed in the Chesterfield Observer:

A Poet, with Prison Behind Him, Becomes an Attorney

Reginald Dwayne Betts was profiled in the New Yorker, discussing how the poet and former convict earned his law degree.

First Amendment Advocates Charge Trump Can't Block Critics On Twitter

Joshua Geltzer was quoted by NPR in relation to the lawsuit filed against President Trump and how he uses his personal Twitter account.

The Paradox of Black Patriotism

Ted Johnson joined Slate's "The Gist" podcast to talk about peaceful protests and race.

The Women Who Helped America Crack Axis Codes

Liza Mundy's book "Code Girls" was reviewed by the New York Times.

Trump Shreds Norms in Response to New York Attack

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in The Globe and Mail on President Trump's reaction to the terrorist attack in New York City on October 31.

Trump Suggests Guantánamo Prison for Truck Attack Suspect, an Unprecedented Step

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in the New York Times on the Trump administration's consideration of sending Sayfullo Saipov to Guantánamo.

Obama-Era Uranium Deal Yields New Questions, New Accusations and New Investigation

Journalist Chronicles Ordinary People Fighting Extremism In Africa

Alexis Okeowo was featured on NPR's Fresh Air, speaking about her new book, A Moonless, Starless Sky.