An Outside-the-Doctor’s-Office Approach to Health Care
by Daphne MillerMar 27, 2017
- Research is showing that health care can be an engine for community change.
The Real Work Can Begin When We Allow Uncertainty
by Colin BeavanMar 25, 2017
- Our current political climate is volatile, scary, and uncertain. But maybe the not knowing and the confusion will finally allow us to arrive at a true beginning.
In a Bad Mood? Studies Show Why That Can Be a Good Thing
by Kira M. NewmanMar 21, 2017
- Five reasons why the quest for constant happiness is misguided.
How Nature Makes Us Healthier and Happier
by Kristophe Green, Dacher KeltnerMar 13, 2017
- Over 100 studies have shown that being in nature—or even watching it in videos—benefits our brains, bodies, feelings, thought processes, and social interactions.
How to Resist From a Place of Love: Self-Care for the Long Haul
by Colin BeavanMar 11, 2017
- If you want to sustain yourself for the work ahead, here’s some advice: It doesn’t matter whether the other side “deserves” anger.
We Aren’t So Different—3 Steps to Overcome Hate and Fear
by Amanda AbramsFeb 24, 2017
- Avoiding Trump supporters only increases our already dangerous polarization. Here’s how to really listen and find compassion.
What It Takes to Change Hearts and Minds
by Colin BeavanFeb 23, 2017
- To get someone’s support, you need more than just facts.
Call for Submissions: It’s Time for a Just Transition
by YES! EditorsFeb 16, 2017
- Send us your ideas by March 13.
Teacher Has Unique Handshake for Every Student
Feb 01, 2017
- Fifth grade teacher Barry White, Jr. of North Caroline created a unique handshake for each of his students based on their individual personalities.
Harry Potter Is Relevant to Fighting Trump—But Not The Way You Think
by Ray StoeveJan 29, 2017
- How to adapt the fictional lessons of the Harry Potter universe to a real-life Voldemort.
10 Films to Keep You Inspired
by Breena KerrJan 27, 2017
- Movies to remind you there’s hope in the fight for justice and equality.
The Spirit of Standing Rock on the Move
by Stephanie WoodardJan 24, 2017
- People from more than 300 tribes traveled to the North Dakota plains to pray and march in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux. Back home, each tribe faces its own version of the “black snake” and a centuries-old struggle to survive.
What the U.S. Can Learn From “Viking Economics”
by Valerie SchloredtJan 23, 2017
- Author George Lakey explains why Scandinavia tops world lists for equality, health, and happiness.
If We’re Honest, We All Know Trump’s America
by Robert JensenJan 17, 2017
- Trump articulates ideas that are closer to what is considered “normal” in the United States than many of us are willing to acknowledge.
Nader Calls for a Different 1 Percent
by Andy Lee RothJan 13, 2017
- Author and activist Ralph Nader wants to create a new 1 percent—one that will expose “conditions of deprivation and abuse” and champion “basic fair play.”