Most Recent Articles - YES!
Universal Declaration of Human Rights defines our rights as human beings, yet many of us have never even heard of it. Consider your rights. Understand them. Appreciate their meaning. Then help others learn to do the same.
Janaia Donaldson interviews author Guy Dauncey whose lively, optimistic solutions for Peak Oil and climate crisis are do-able here and now.
Janaia Donaldson interviews Megan Quinn of Community Solution to discuss her visit to Cuba, and the movie "The Power of Community." This young woman sees Peak Oil as an opportunity to create the communities we want, and to reduce our level of consumption.
Janaia Donaldson interviews Executive Director Don Shaffer on BALLE's vision of local living economies. He describes how ensuring that economic power resides locally is a counter to economic globalization.
Janaia Donaldson interviews David Korten, author of 'When Corporations Rule the World', who implores us to replace dominator-control stories with new stories-affirming life values of cooperation, community and interdependence.
Janaia Donaldson of Peak Moment TV interviews author Michael Shuman, advocate of "Going Local." He describes how local businesses are beating global competition and helping to create self-reliant communities.
How can Iraq find peace? Entrepreneur and activist Dal LaMagna traveled with Code Pink to neutral ground in Jordan to find out what the Iraqi people think. In part 2 of our series on creating peace in Iraq, LaMagna describes the Iraqi proposals for quelling the violence, and his efforts to bring their voices directly to the U.S. Congress and the American people.
The best of the reader submitted captions for the Spring 2007 issue YES! cartoon
To learn more about the roadblocks to getting back into the courts once you've been imprisoned, Catherine Bailey and Carol Estes spoke with four members of the Black Prisoners Caucus at Washington State Reformatory.
Activistas de todo el mundo se tomaron de las manos en las calles y en los corredores del poder para protestar contra los acuerdos de comercio de la OMC que, aseguraban, le harían daño a la gente y al planeta. Ahora, ganaron a lo grande.
Estas uniones de crédito invierten en sus miembros y están a su servicio, incluso en tiempos difíciles. Y los miembros, a su vez, apoyan a sus comunidades.