Al Jazeera takes a look at the movements against Israel and illegal settlements in Palestine.
Delaney Nolan is a journalist and fiction writer currently based in New Orleans.
MORE FROM AUTHOR
For more than two years, Andre Soleyn has led a strike for better wages and healthcare at a New York energy provider.
Drought has allowed sea water to advance up the Mississippi River, putting drinking water and other resources at risk.
Hurricanes and rising seas are displacing caskets. What do you do when the climate crisis comes for the dead?
As abortion becomes less accessible in the US, one pilot is determined to help vulnerable patients despite the risks.
As clandestine networks form to support women, they look to Central America for a road map – and a warning.
A Ukrainian social worker, jailed by Russia-backed separatists and freed in a wartime exchange, tells her story.
In New Orleans, a silversmith’s friends celebrated their life with a party and the knick-knacks they left behind.
In Louisiana, side hustles and scrimping keep Aman afloat but it is getting tougher to cover basic expenses.
A team of Russian and Norwegian scientists stumbled upon the fastest-warming hotspot known on earth. Then the war began.