Katrina makes New Orleans justice even harsher. Jordan Flaherty talks with those who experience the correction system on both sides of the fence.
Worldwatch Institute believes new deal increases risk of terrorist access to nuclear weapons.
United for a Fair Economy helps the devastated Houma Nation organize a new economic model for itself.
Could a story of awe at the unfolding of the universe be a story in which we can all find a home?
Indigenous peoples are asserting their moral right to live as distinct communities and reminding us of the power of cooperation with nature.
US Charges Group with Violation of Cuba Travel Ban
A nonviolent army stands fast, watching over human rights in the midst of conflict, a model of courageous peace.
Evo Morales promises changes in historic inaugural
American global justice activist Juliette Beck was in Cochabamba for Bolivia's historic election, and she sends this report on an event the new president-elect has dubbed "a victory for the global community."
In a time of despair, hope marches on New Orleans
For the Reverend Lee T. Wesley, whose Baton Rouge congregation helped shelter 500 displaced New Orleans residents, the flood washed up more than the detritus of a city. The receding waters revealed hard truths about poverty and racism.
No-bid contracts. “Opportunity” zones. Massive federal spending. Big decisions are being made about the Gulf region, but what do residents and evacuees want? YES! editor Sarah van Gelder asked Russell Henderson, a resident of New Orleans and a convener of the Rebuild Louisiana Coalition.