After industry and greed destroyed my life in northern Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale fracking country, I knew I needed to stand with the water protectors.
From the Current Issue
Why cities across the country are rejecting xenophobia: They know the economic and social value of newcomers.
Many worry audiences are aging out, but the reason isn’t that people of color can’t afford tickets—it’s that they feel excluded.
Protesting a police killing and marching in support of a man convicted of rape can pose a real dilemma when one in five women nationwide has suffered a sexual assault.
Meet six people from the recent People’s Summit in Chicago coming to terms with supporting the senator’s ideas, rather than his campaign for president.
In Sonoma County, women are coming together to support one another and advocate for the safety of undocumented fieldworkers who often work in isolation.
To fight discrimination in Mississippi, out-of-state allies should strengthen their ties to the state, not sever them.
In communities of color where voter turnout has historically lagged, in-person interaction seems to be the most effective fix.
When DMV closures threatened Black voter access in Alabama, the government launched a traveling ID service. But is it enough?
In his new film, “Where to Invade Next,” Michael Moore shows us what free college and health care for all can actually look like.
For people in the overcrowded refugee camps of Idomeni, Greece, local volunteers and students work to make life more normal for displaced families.
Lots of us have had a moment in our lives that inspired feelings of support, understanding, and sisterhood toward other women. What was yours?