Remembering Magalie Marcelin, a leader of Haiti's movement for women's rights, who was killed during the earthquake.
The late historian and activist was a compelling example of someone committed to, and enjoying to its fullest, a life of struggle.
How can concerned foreigners help Haiti recover while respecting the needs and desires of those who live there?
In the face of the civil wars wrecking their country, a small group of courageous Liberian women banded together to advocate peace.
If we are to build cultures of peace we have to start talking about something that still makes many people uncomfortable: gender.
Haiti has a long history of exploitation, but an equally long history of powerful resistance.
How an international, grassroots mobilization helped spur the G7's decision to cancel Haiti's onerous foreign debt.
Photo Essay: With a collection of photographs of everyday life in Iran, Abdi Sami hopes to facilitate understanding between the people of the U.S. and Iran.
While the governments of India and Pakistan continue their arms race and aggression, residents of both countries are practicing citizens' diplomacy, reaching across borders to find common ground and pathways to peace.
Friends of YES! Magazine turn the president's address into a conversation about what it will really take to build a more perfect union.
A tribute to Dave Moore, an icon of the civil rights and labor movements, who passed away in fall of 2009 at the age of 97.
With 142 member nations already signed on, the new International Renewable Energy Agency is promoting a fast, global transition to clean, safe, and renewable energy.
In the rush to provide life-saving aid to the people of Haiti, the U.S. military needs to get its priorities straight.
The Obama administration banned torture, worked toward nuclear disarmament, and lifted the global gag rule... but also escalated U.S. military operations. John Feffer gives it a C minus.