YES! Magazine’s summer issue will grapple with how to solve the U.S.’s prison problem. Here's a look at what we’re planning—and a chance to share your ideas.
It all begins with food: How to restore the health and wealth of inner-city communities.
An American organizer on Egypt’s lessons in people power.
From Cairo, a first-person account of the way Egyptians supported and protected one another during the historic protests that led to the departure of President Hosni Mubarak.
The nation is grieving after yet another fatal mass shooting. Aren’t there ways to curb this ongoing national tragedy?
The documentary “Waiting for Superman” has stirred up conversation and debate about one of our nation’s biggest concerns—the state of public education. A follow-up campaign is under way to fix education. NOT Waiting for Superman, initiated by Rethinking Schools, says the film got the message all wrong.
Those who were expecting a quick victory in Egypt are no doubt disappointed, but successful People Power movements of recent decades have usually been protracted struggles.
If we made children our top priority, would we create a better world? The Centre for Child Honouring and Voices [Education Project] are helping create peaceful, sustainable societies.
Egypt lies on the fault lines of the convergence of global ecological, energy, and economic crises—and thus, on the frontlines of deepening global system failure.
Could 2011 be to the Arab world what 1989 was to Eastern Europe?
What can we learn from our similarities and differences in relation to other animals?
An estimated 23,000 nuclear weapons exist in the world. Why that number needs to be zero.
Amy Goodman sits down with Danny Glover at the Sundance Film Festival to talk about his new documentary, The Black Power Mixtape.
How plastic unfairly harms the poor—and what the rest of us can do about it.
The next decade will bring further changes in the way we think about food, work, and education.