Who gets to break the law, and why? An exploration through art.
Photo Essay: Portraits of a nascent society.
Photo Essay: Two years later, poverty, corruption, and health crises persist. But so does hope.
Some members of the 1% have shared messages of solidarity with the 99%. What goes into a sign that makes a lasting impression? Explore an activity to help your students understand—and create their own—powerful signs.
On the industrial outskirts of Beijing, the transient children of the world’s largest migration taught artist Lily Yeh about finding healing and rootedness in creative power.
Photo Essay: How agriculture and wildlands can both flourish—together.
From rebuilding after a police raid to closing down the nation's fifth largest port, things have been busy at Occupy Oakland.
Graphic designers put their stamp on the messages of the 99%.
Photo essay: Inspired by the public protests of Egypt, Tunisia, and Spain, American demonstrators are nearly a week into their "occupation" of Wall Street.
What is fair to one person may not be fair to another. How can students become aware of injustice—at school, in your community, and in this world— and dig deeper to discover how they can transform injustice to justice?
We often think about local food—but what about local fabric? Photos from one woman’s quest to know her “fibershed.”
Photo essay: Scenes from a massive protest to protect beaches from Big Oil.
After enduring years of toxic dumping and rising cancer rates, indigenous Ecuadorians took oil giant Chevron to court to fight for the life of the rainforest—and its people.
Photo essay: "Austerity for us, prosperity for them"—and more signs from US Uncut's 50-city protests of corporate tax avoidance.
"We're just trying to have a society here"—and more of the best signs and slogans from the workers' protests in Wisconsin.