YES! co-founder Sarah van Gelder sets out on a road trip to find the edge of change.
From helping care for an abused woman’s animals to switching jackets so she can slip past her husband in the parking lot, advocates in poor, rural areas are thinking outside the box.
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans disability activists talk about the city’s lack of accessible disaster plans and what they’ve done to change it.
Like reading the news while chomping on granola. Here’s what we've been chewing on lately.
How do you spark a movement in a conservative community? A Q&A with Razia Jan, founder of the Zabuli Education Center.
It’s clear that the trauma of slavery continues to impact the contemporary American psyche.
Gauging whether a community policing program has been successful ultimately depends on how you define success.
Ireland makes history by legalizing gay marriage—reminding people that change is possible.
The father and daughter recently published The Book of Forgiving, a guide to help perpetrators and victims embrace their mutual humanity.
For Bryan Stevensen, the largest evil surrounding African-American history isn’t slavery, but the pervasiveness of white supremacy and the difficulty we have discussing it openly.
Video: City council members, religious leaders, and community activists continue to ask Baltimore police be held accountable for Freddie Gray's death.