The creative spirit, and how it moves us.
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- New visions of the world we thought we knew.
- Soundtrack to a revolution.
- Reading list for a better world.
- Wisdom to go.
- Telling inspiring stories of social change.
- Create your own captions.
- Poets speak out.
- Listen to interviews, podcasts, radio programs that tell the YES! stories.
- Watch trailers to our pick of maddening and motivating independent films.
An Astronomer Explains Why This Is the Best Moment in Cosmic History to Be Alive
by TRBQposted Sep 12, 2014
- A deep look at the stars and their role in our creation makes a welcome break from the news of the day.
This Former NASA Intern Just Wrote The Best Sci-Fi Book of the Year: Monica Byrne on “The Girl in the Road”
by Christopher Zumski Finkeposted Sep 12, 2014
- A future where India is the major world superpower, gender is flexible, and energy comes from waves? This writer’s version of the near future feels much more real than apocalyptic nightmares we’ve come to dread.
Video: Inside America's Largest Worker-Owned Co-op
posted Aug 21, 2014
- What does it take to keep a massive co-op growing? Find out in this video profile of the people behind Cooperative Health Care Associates.
Photo Essay: Indigenous Farmers Gather in the Andes to Plan for Climate Change
by Adam Kerbyposted Aug 18, 2014
- These photos document a gathering of indigenous groups from China, Bhutan, and Peru. They met in the spring to discuss climate change and plan a crop exchange program.
Too Many Political T-Shirts? 6 Ways to Repurpose Them
by Christine St. Pierre, Kali Swensonposted Jul 22, 2014
- The messages may be eternal, but T-shirts aren't forever. These DIY projects can give them new life.
The Eerie Beauty of Landscapes Devastated by Industry
by Christine St. Pierreposted Jul 11, 2014
- Edward Burtynsky documents the environmental effects of oil extraction through striking landscape photography.
How Mischief-Makers Built Australia Through Pranks and Protests
by Madeline Ostranderposted Jul 08, 2014
- In his new book "How to Make Trouble and Influence People," Iain McIntyre offers readers an alternative version of Australian history.
"Snowpiercer": If You Care About Climate Change, This Sci Fi Thriller Is For You
by Kate Aronoffposted Jul 07, 2014
- The film never flinches from the complex connections between economic and environmental problems.
Meet the 99-Year-Old Revolutionary Who's Still Changing Detroit
posted Jul 03, 2014
- PBS's new documentary "American Revolutionary" explores the life of Grace Lee Boggs—who's been fighting for civil and labor rights in the Motor city for more than 75 years.
Gar Alperovitz on Why the New Economy Movement Needs to Think Big
by Scott Gastposted Jul 02, 2014
- His new book, "What Then Must We Do?" imagines how a new economic system might actually emerge, from the bottom up, in the next few decades.
These Native American Filmmakers Are Telling Their People's Stories—Their Way
by Christine St. Pierreposted Jul 01, 2014
- Longhouse Media helps indigenous artists step behind the camera and document their lives.
The Young Turks on YouTube: Keepin' It Real and Beating Out Corporate News
by Kali Swensonposted Jun 24, 2014
- With over one billion views on YouTube and counting, The Young Turks prove that successful, independent, online news is possible.
When You Live in the Local Economy, Musicians Are Just People (And Cyndi Lauper Is Coming to Dinner)
by Shannon Hayesposted Jun 13, 2014
- After getting mad at her daughter for handing hard earned money to a street performer, "Radical Homemaker" Shannon Hayes considers what musicians bring to the local economy.
Watch the Beautiful One-Minute Ad Asking the Washington Football Team to Change Its Name
by Liz Pleasantposted Jun 10, 2014
- With the owner of the team vowing "NEVER" to change its name, Native American tribes around the country launch a national campaign to do just that.
How the Real Teens Behind "The Fault in Our Stars" Are Bringing Empathy to the Internet
by Christopher Zumski Finkeposted Jun 06, 2014
- They call themselves "nerdfighters"—and they're unlike any movement you've seen before.