Our hope lies in shifting power to communities and regions that prioritize safety, clean air, children’s health, and locally rooted livelihoods.
Sarah van Gelder
Sarah is co-founder and editor at large of YES! Magazine. Sarah writes articles and conducts interviews for YES! Magazine, and speaks regularly about solutions journalism, grassroots innovations, and social change movements. She is the editor of several books and is writing another. Follow her on twitter @sarahvangelder.
When Donald Trump gets more air time than Bernie Sanders, the media misses the mark on grassroots change.
With a mix of anger and excitement, Bernie Sanders supporters shift focus away from the presidency and search for ways to sustain the political revolution sparked by his campaign.
When we live connected to a community, we are more likely to become champions for one another, not just for ourselves.
The one thing we can count on is change. But what will make that change inclusive and sustainable instead of violent and fascistic?
Five ways to build on the momentum of the Bernie Sanders campaign and transform American politics in ways his supporters envisioned.
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