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The Sun Magazine



June 2019

Issue 522

Big Lies | David Barsamian
Benjamin Carter Hett On What We Can Learn From Hitler’s Rise To Power

Readers Write on “Making Love”
Under the Milky Way, after the fireworks, out of the closet

May 2019

Issue 521

The Great Work | David Barsamian
Ralph Nader On Taking Back Power From The Corporate State

Readers Write on “Beyond Belief”
A ghost in the house, the police at the door, a phone call in a dream

April 2019

Issue 520

Not So Black And White | Mark Leviton
Dorothy Roberts On The Myth Of Race

Guests | Doug Winter
A photo essay on the guests of Loaves & Fishes in Sacramento, California

March 2019

Issue 519

Filling The Void | Jari Chevalier
Bruce K. Alexander On How Our Culture Is Making Us Addicted

Our Own Devices | Gianpaolo La Paglia
A photo essay on people lost inside their phones

February 2019

Issue 518

Before It’s Too Late | Mary DeMocker
Mary Christina Wood On Avoiding Climate Disaster

Readers Write on “Guests”
A mysterious presence, a troupe of anarchists, a nocturnal visitor

January 2019

Issue 517

We Need To Talk | Amy Amoroso
Anne Hallward On Breaking Our Silence And Overcoming Shame

Readers Write on “Being Busy”
A family vacation, a secret romance, a refugee’s plight

December 2018

Issue 516

White Lies | Mark Leviton
Ijeoma Oluo On Privilege, Power, And Race

Poetry By Tony Hoagland
“Though grudging at first, / he fell like the rain, with his eyes wide open, / willing to change.”

November 2018

Issue 515

Unfair Advantage | Tracy Frisch
Stacy Mitchell On How Amazon Undermines Local Economies

Readers Write on “Men And Women”
A teacher’s legacy, a professor’s dilemma, a stranger’s confessions

October 2018

Issue 514

The Holiness Hidden Within The World | Laura Esther Wolfson
Rabbi Rachel Timoner On Rediscovering Judaism

Displaced Persons | Clemens Kalischer
A photo essay on European war refugees into the U.S. in 1947 and 1948

September 2018

Issue 513

Prisoner Of Hope | Judith Hertog
Cornel West’s Quest For Justice

Father Figure | Zun Lee
A photo essay on black fathers and their children in the Bronx and Harlem

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