San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This year marks the 150th anniversary of The Nation, the oldest weekly magazine in the country. Join us for an exclusive, one-night screening of Oscar-winner Barbara Kopple’s new documentary film, Hot Type: 150 Years of The Nation. The film features intimate encounters with the writers, editors, and interns who are both custodians of The Nation’s enduring values of dissent and stewards of its future.
This screening will be introduced by The Nation's publisher & editor, Katrina vanden Heuvel, and Nation political correspondent John Nichols, who both star in the film.
Don't miss the FREE 6 pm reading with vanden Heuvel & Nichols from The Nation: A Biography (The 1st 150 Years) in this same location, just before the screening.
For a complete lineup of The Nation's 150th anniversary events, visit thenation.com/events.
A big thanks to The Livingston Inn for sponsoring our anniversary events in Wisconsin.
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The Nation is the oldest weekly news magazine in the country. Founded by anti-slavery abolitionists in 1865, the magazine has been instigating progress ever since with groundbreaking investigative journalism, cutting cultural commentary, and unmatched political analysis.