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From Stand-up to Twitter, A New Generation’s Fresh Take on Storytelling From Stand-up to Twitter, A New Generation’s Fresh Take on Storytelling
by Sarah van Gelder
Today's storytellers show that each of us can be part of something more powerful, diverse, and creative than we might have imagined.
Norway's Military Does "Meatless Mondays" for the Climate Norway's Military Does "Meatless Mondays" for the Climate
by Liz Pleasant
Signs of change are appearing in the United States military as well.
Comic: How Big Media Drowned Out the Rest of Us Comic: How Big Media Drowned Out the Rest of Us
by A collaboration of Symbolia and YES! Magazine
Today, six corporations own most of our media—but we could be poised to take it back.
Will Jackson, Miss., Be the New Co-op Capital of the South? Will Jackson, Miss., Be the New Co-op Capital of the South?
Three months after the death of Jackson's radical mayor, the city's residents are working to make his vision of cooperative economics a reality.
How Stories Shape Our World How Stories Shape Our World
by Sarah van Gelder
This issue of YES! looks at the ways new voices are being heard, and at how their stories are transforming our culture.
Meet 6 Nutrition Blogger Moms Who Crashed the McDonald's Shareholder Meeting Meet 6 Nutrition Blogger Moms Who Crashed the McDonald's Shareholder Meeting
by YES! Editors
Current trends suggest one in three kids will develop Type 2 diabetes as adults. These moms told McDonald’s CEO Don Thompson what they think about the fast food industry targeting their kids.
That Book About Inequality That's Sold Out of Bookstores? Here's What It Means for 2016 That Book About Inequality That's Sold Out of Bookstores? Here's What It Means for 2016
by John Feffer
The popularity of a new book by French economist Thomas Piketty should be a wake-up call for politicians. If inequality sells in the stores, it will sell at the polls as well.
Our Economy Wants You to Be In Debt—5 Things You Can Do to Take Charge Our Economy Wants You to Be In Debt—5 Things You Can Do to Take Charge
by Liz Pleasant
We poured through a debt-resistance manual created by former Occupiers to bring you these practical tips.
The Surface Areas of Russia and Pluto Are Extremely Similar The Surface Areas of Russia and Pluto Are Extremely Similar
by Christine St. Pierre, Kali Swenson
And 25 other facts you should probably know.
Infographic: Why Social Security's Not Going Broke Infographic: Why Social Security's Not Going Broke
by Doug Pibel
Making Social Security solvent in the long run isn't that hard. But who should bear the cost?
Katie Couric Investigates America's Corporate Sugar Pushers in "Fed Up" Katie Couric Investigates America's Corporate Sugar Pushers in "Fed Up"
by Erin Sagen
Food can no longer be dismissed as niche news. It’s universal, vital, and urgent—and this film drives that point home.
Will My Visually Impaired Daughter Ever Read? (And Why Does That Question Scare Me So Much?) Will My Visually Impaired Daughter Ever Read? (And Why Does That Question Scare Me So Much?)
by Shannon Hayes
I've learned not to worry about whether others approve of my life. But applying the same thinking to my daughter is a challenge.
Europe Leads U.S. in Effort to Tax Financial "Speed Demons" Europe Leads U.S. in Effort to Tax Financial "Speed Demons"
by Sarah Anderson
The European Commission expects a tiny tax on financial transactions to raise an estimated $42 billion per year while discouraging purely speculative short-term trading.
Portland Is First U.S. City to Divest Funds from Walmart Portland Is First U.S. City to Divest Funds from Walmart
by Laura Garcia, Molly Rusk
The initiative also prohibits the city from purchasing Walmart bonds in the future.
4 Signs Net Neutrality Isn't Dead (Despite an FCC Proposal You're Not Going to Like) 4 Signs Net Neutrality Isn't Dead (Despite an FCC Proposal You're Not Going to Like)
by James Trimarco
They didn't get the proposal they wanted from the FCC. But proponents of a fair and open Internet made important strikes, and the debate is just getting started.
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