The resolution to act on the world's "most violated human right."
Discovering the power of community, a small Vietnamese village recovering from one disaster fights back to prevent a new one.
Despite the hype, states are finding lots of reasons not to follow in Arizona’s footsteps.
Good news for thirsty people around the globe: The UN affirms the right to safe and clean drinking water.
Arizona’s notorious immigration law is now in effect—but so are strategies for resistance.
With housing still inadequate more than 6 months after the earthquake, Haiti is witnessing the seeds of a people's movement to demand the human right to housing.
Black farmers, poised to receive a historic settlement after years of discrimination from the USDA, don’t think the attacks on Shirley Sherrod are a coincidence.
In New York City, low-income people fighting for affordable housing are taking on the developers of vacant condo projects.
When an anti-gay hate group decided to visit their school, the students of Gunn High drowned out their protest with a celebration of acceptance.
In memoriam: a Haitian feminist
Arizona's immigration law offers us a choice between two longstanding traditions in U.S. history: fighting for human rights or looking away while they're eroded. Which side will you be on?
Reflecting on Malcolm X’s birthday: What if what’s necessary is awe-inspiring, unconditional, militant love?
Arizona’s new immigration law has awakened a sleeping giant, with hundreds of thousands of people finding creative ways to stand in solidarity with Arizona’s Latino community.
LGBT people still aren’t protected from workplace discrimination, but a bill under consideration could change that.
Unable to afford fleeing her 9th Ward home, a resident decides to document Hurricane Katrina on her camcorder.