Molly Crabapple

3.16.17

Check Out the Second Episode of the VICE Magazine Podcast

This month, we talk about Greek anarchists helping refugees, Vince Staples's relationship with the media, the likelihood of hitting the lottery, and much more.

3.6.17

How Greece Became the EU's Prison for Refugees

With living conditions entirely determined by others, the refugees' helplessness is exacerbated by the long, uncertain wait to learn their fate.

3.6.17

The March Issue of VICE Magazine Is Now Online

There's a profile of Vince Staples, a feature from Molly Crabapple on the fate of tens of thousands of refugees trapped in Greece, and more.

12.11.15

Taking Drawing Lessons from Artist and Journalist Molly Crabapple

We sit down with the prolific artist, writer, and activist Molly Crabapple to chat about her career and learn a thing or two.

11.24.15

My Time as an Artist at the Center of the Insane Financial Industry Boom

An excerpt from Molly Crabapple's upcoming memoir, "Drawing Blood," out on December 1.

11.19.15

The Paris Attacks, Refugees, and the Brutal Fiction of Borders

In embracing restrictions on refugees, right-wing politicians in the West are playing right into the Islamic State's hands.

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11.17.15

Musicians Should Boycott Israel Until Palestinians Are Free

Brian Eno and Ohal Grietzer: "People around the world are not boycotting Israel because they think it is the only racist and oppressive regime in the world, but because they are responding to a call from Palestinians."

10.15.15

What Happens When Inmates in Solitary Confinement Blow the Whistle on Their Abuse?

A group of inmates calling themselves the Dallas Six banded together and grew committed to bringing their prison's abusive conditions to light, even in the face of being confined there longer.

6.30.15

Gaza Is Still in Ruins a Year After the War

Palestinians have struggled to recover from the havoc wrought by Israel's Operation Protective Edge.

1.30.15

The Revolutionary, No-Bullshit Art of Ganzeer

The 32-year-old Egyptian artist's first New York solo show takes on police brutality and the crimes committed by the American government.

8.4.14

Slaves of Happiness Island

What’s often lost in the reporting about foreign labor in the United Arab Emirates is the agency of the workers themselves. The men I met in the Gulf are brave and ambitious—heroes to their families back home. They dared to chase better prospects and...

6.26.14

Caught Between ISIS and Assad

“ISIS are good fighters, but we fucked them,” Yusuf Halap said in fluent English. I was sitting with Yusuf and two other young media activists in the Bab al-Salam camp for internally displaced Syrians, a hundred yards south of the Turkish border. Bab...

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