What's the recipe for success in the restaurant business? Ask Judy Wicks - She rewrote it. At the White Dog Cafe she creates community and livable-wage jobs, involves customers in field trips for social change, and takes home good money.
Practical idealists from diverse movements, and perspectives consider the possibilities for transformational change.
The struggle goes far beyond race and rights. We are in the early stages of a new democratic revolutionary movement.
Twenty million Indians are disproving the West's favorite myths about work, self-interest, and community.
In May, the Positive Futures Network hosted the second in a series of gatherings called the State of the Possible. These pieces were written by two participants who both drew inspiration from the gathering.
Young offenders quickly get the message: You get three freebies before anyone takes you seriously. But all that changes at youth court
Yes, the internet is booming. But is that good news or bad news? Many of us fear that life online will reduce us to virtual human beings—isolated, dehumanized adjuncts to machines—or that e-commerce will inspire yet another wave of consumerism. Others, like philosopher and cultural historian Jean Houston, see the internet as a place where a new species intelligence is being born.
A Los Angeles nonprofit is showing that citizens can cool their neighborhoods and reduce the emissions responsible for global climate change