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These Craftivists Are Making A Statement—With Knitting These Craftivists Are Making A Statement—With Knitting
by Kali Swenson
Craftivism: “a way of looking at life where voicing opinions through creativity makes your voice stronger, your compassion deeper, and your quest for justice more infinite.”
The Eerie Beauty of Landscapes Devastated by Industry The Eerie Beauty of Landscapes Devastated by Industry
by Christine St. Pierre
Edward Burtynsky documents the environmental effects of oil extraction through striking landscape photography.
These Women-Run Co-ops Push Back Against the “Feminization of Poverty” These Women-Run Co-ops Push Back Against the “Feminization of Poverty”
by Sarah McKinley, Violeta Duncan
Two-thirds of the country’s low-wage workers are women. That’s why they stand to benefit the most from greater equity in and control of the workplace.
Scared of Biking in Traffic? These Cities Are Making It Safe Scared of Biking in Traffic? These Cities Are Making It Safe
by Jay Walljasper
To get people on bikes in big numbers, cities are finding that it's essential to separate bike lanes from traffic.
Photo Essay: First Nations Take Their Last March Through Canada's Dystopian Tar Sands Photo Essay: First Nations Take Their Last March Through Canada's Dystopian Tar Sands
by Liana Lopez
Organizers agreed that the annual marches have helped raise awareness about the mining project. But their work is far from done.
Red and Blue States Agree on Taxing Corporations More (And Lots of Other Stuff) Red and Blue States Agree on Taxing Corporations More (And Lots of Other Stuff)
by Miriam Axel-Lute
When you ask Americans specific questions about the policies they support, it turns out we're not so polarized after all.
The Radical Homemaker's Guide To Telling Your Kids "No" The Radical Homemaker's Guide To Telling Your Kids "No"
by Shannon Hayes
As a mother, I have made life choices that can’t always include everything my children want—like hiking the Adirondacks. Here’s how I learned to overcome the guilt.
How Mischief-Makers Built Australia Through Pranks and Protests How Mischief-Makers Built Australia Through Pranks and Protests
by Madeline Ostrander
In his new book "How to Make Trouble and Influence People," Iain McIntyre offers readers an alternative version of Australian history.
"Snowpiercer": If You Care About Climate Change, This Sci Fi Thriller Is For You "Snowpiercer": If You Care About Climate Change, This Sci Fi Thriller Is For You
by Kate Aronoff
The film never flinches from the complex connections between economic and environmental problems.
Meet the 99-Year-Old Revolutionary Who's Still Changing Detroit Meet the 99-Year-Old Revolutionary Who's Still Changing Detroit
PBS's new documentary "American Revolutionary" explores the life of Grace Lee Boggs—who's been fighting for civil and labor rights in the Motor city for more than 75 years.
Court Rules That New York Towns Can Ban Fracking Court Rules That New York Towns Can Ban Fracking
by EcoWatch
The ruling is a boon to the more than 170 municipalities in New York that have already passed bans or moratoriums.
Learning From Debt: How It Strengthened My Dreams and Brought My Family Closer Learning From Debt: How It Strengthened My Dreams and Brought My Family Closer
by Shannon Hayes
The experience of debt can guide us toward different ways of living—like having extended generations share a household—that are both cheaper and more fulfilling.
Gar Alperovitz on Why the New Economy Movement Needs to Think Big Gar Alperovitz on Why the New Economy Movement Needs to Think Big
by Scott Gast
His new book, "What Then Must We Do?" imagines how a new economic system might actually emerge, from the bottom up, in the next few decades.
Four Ways to Build a Bee-Friendly Neighborhood Four Ways to Build a Bee-Friendly Neighborhood
by Lindsay Williamson
Concerned neighbors are a common bane of urban beekeepers. But there are ways to sweeten the deal for them.
These Native American Filmmakers Are Telling Their People's Stories—Their Way These Native American Filmmakers Are Telling Their People's Stories—Their Way
by Christine St. Pierre
Longhouse Media helps indigenous artists step behind the camera and document their lives.
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