Most Recent Articles - YES!
Downsized out of a job? Sick of the stale nine-to-five routine? Invent your own job! Here's how some people are creating a livlihood and also building the foundations of a life-sustaining economy.
The struggle goes far beyond race and rights. We are in the early stages of a new democratic revolutionary movement.
The year 2000 will probably go down as one of those defining moments in the history of the world economy, like 1929.
Troubled by the difficulties of a clean & green existence? Whipsawed by the confusion because you want to live sustainably but you don't know how? Don't worry - Ask Doug & Annie
What if instead of pointing fingers, we did some soul searching about how to include in our democratic debates issues that are central to so many people but left out by both parties?
After three decades of dormancy, youth activism is again flowering. But today’s flower children are a hardy new variety. They’re economically, ecologically, and electronically sophisticated. They’re also globally organized, dead serious about democracy, and determined to have more fun than their opponents.
The founder of the well-known acappella group, "Sweet Honey in the Rock" tells of finding her voice, in this Veterans of Hope interview.
Sociologist Paul Ray and psychologist Sherry Anderson make an outrageous claim.