The creative spirit, and how it moves us.
- Photo Essays
- 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.
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- Watch trailers to our pick of maddening and motivating independent films.
Barefoot Photographers :: Photo Essay :1:
posted Feb 08, 2008
- See the work of the Barefoot Photographers of Tilonia and learn about the Barefoot College's projects: the only college in India built by the poor for the poor.
Photo Essay :: Pete Seeger at Home
by Michael Bowmanposted Feb 08, 2008
- This photo series by Michael Bowman for YES! Magazine shows folk-legend Pete Seeger at his home in Beacon, New York, overlooking the Hudson River, in December, 2007.
Earth Under Fire Photo Essay
by Gary Braaschposted Feb 06, 2008
- This photo-essay offers a sample of Gary Braasch's extraordinary achievements in highlighting the effects of climate change. His latest book Earth Under Fire: How Global Warming is Changing the World, presents dramatic photographs, maps, and quotes from world climate science leaders.
Christopher Herwig Photo Essay
posted Feb 06, 2008
- A photo essay of the Aral Sea. Straddling the border between Kazakhstan in the north and Uzbekistan in the south, the Aral Sea was the fourth-largest lake in the world until Soviet-era irrigation diverted water, destroying it.
The Story of Stuff by Annie Leonard
by Annie Leonardposted Feb 04, 2008
- The Story of Stuff will take you on a provocative tour of our consumer-driven culture—from resourc extraction to iPod incineration—exposing the real costs of our use-it and lose-it approach to stuff.
YES! Picks :: Argentina, Turning Around
by Melissa Young, Mark Dworkinposted Feb 04, 2008
- From the producers of "Argentina: Hope in Hard Times" comes this intimate view of the new models of work, politics and community development that are now underway, as people re-invent their society to offer a better life for all.
Who Killed the Electric Car?
by Chris Paineposted Feb 04, 2008
- Find out why do the only kind of cars that we can drive run on oil. And discover a terrific alternative, a pure electric car.
In Review :: YES! Picks - Music
posted Feb 03, 2008
- Our musical inspiration while putting out the Spring 2008 issue: Brett Dennen, Give Us Your Poor, Butch Hancock.
Emma Goldman Finishing School Photo Essay
posted Jan 17, 2008
- A photo essay of life at the Emma Goldman Finishing School, a social justice commune in Seattle.
Interview with Maude Barlow
by Maude Barlowposted Jan 15, 2008
- Maude Barlow, chair of Council of Canadians, and international campaigner on water and climate change, talks about successes with major international campaigns on trade and water, and how climate change will affect and be affected by these issues. She draws lessons from those struggles for effective action on the climate crisis.
posted Dec 31, 2007
- "I guess you're right, Sue. This relationship is getting nowhere." Caption submitted anonymously.
Burning Man Photo Essay
by Catherine Baileyposted Dec 31, 2007
- A photo essay by Catherine Bailey from Burning Man: the annual art event based on radical self expression and self-reliance in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada.
Quote :: Paul Goodman
by Paul Goodmanposted Nov 27, 2007
- Paul Goodman quote that appears in the inside front cover of print magazine.
The People Speak Out at FCC Hearing in Seattle
by Reclaim the Mediaposted Nov 14, 2007
- Fran Korten and Sarah van Gelder speak out against consolidation of media ownership at the November 2007 Seattle FCC hearings
posted Nov 13, 2007
- "Supposedly it gets 35 miles per talon." Caption submitted by Linda Prescatore.