Peace and Justice

No, I Won’t Stop Saying “White Supremacy”
by Robin DiAngelo
White people like me should use the term because it shifts the race problem to us, where it belongs.
Why Climate Change Belongs in the Health Care Debate
by Stephen Miller
We know climate change is affecting the environment—but it’s also threatening people’s health.
Thanks to Amazon, Brick-and-Mortar Stores Have Lost 295K Jobs
by Stephen Miller
And 32 other facts you should probably know.
There Are Good Policing Rules—Why Won’t Officers Use Them With People of Color?
by Christopher Zumski Finke
“The good stuff never applies to people of color, ever.”
Trumpcare Is Not the Health Plan We Need (but Neither Is the ACA)
by Chris Winters
Under both GOP plans, we’ll have high costs, spotty coverage, and ad hoc solutions—which we have enough of already.
Call for Submissions: How Can Our Economy Spark Joy?
by YES! Editors
Send us your ideas by July 21.
For Women Like Charleena Lyles, Trauma Has Trickled Down for Generations
by Angela Fichter
How symptoms of mental illness manifest in Black women, and the steps you can take toward healing.
You Don’t Need a Sanctuary City to Help Your Immigrant Neighbors
by Yessenia Funes
In Greensboro, North Carolina, sanctuary policies are banned. But that hasn’t stopped residents and local police from supporting immigrants in their community.
Health Care Has Been Cut Before. Here’s What Happened
by Simon Haeder
Yes, we’ve cut health care before. But the repeal of the Affordable Care Act and cuts to Medicaid would make history.
Wage Love to End Debt’s Stranglehold
by Sarah van Gelder
Instead of using debt to punish communities of color and the poor, we should invest in everyone and defend our civic legacies for future generations.
Youth Sentenced to Life in Prison Get a Second Chance
by Zenobia Jeffries
A nationwide movement is seeking to end the practice of trying teenage criminals as adults and, instead, granting them a new start.
Naomi Klein Pushes Us to Dream Big to Get Beyond Trump’s Shock Politics
by Robert Jensen
The activist’s new book challenges the pessimism that sets in when we think radical change is politically impossible. But it misses something big.
When Hospitality Was the Norm and Multiculturalism Was a Good Thing
by Ariel Sophia Bardi
Despite border walls and travel bans, the Middle East is still a region where the weary traveler is welcomed and embraced.
White People, the Philando Castile Acquittal Should Make You Mad as Hell
by Zenobia Jeffries
You’ve been lied to.
5 Times Orange Is the New Black Gets It Right on Prisoner Rights
by Yessenia Funes
Out of the ashes of burning Cheetos, the new season offers lessons in democracy, compassion, and humanity.