A tiny house complex in Seattle shows what it can do for homeless families by helping one couple raise their baby together under one (very small) roof.
When DMV closures threatened Black voter access in Alabama, the government launched a traveling ID service. But is it enough?
Like many startups, YES! Magazine began with an energized small team, an idea we thought important, and a basement office. Twenty years later, we're stronger than ever.
Researchers say happiness reveals more about human welfare than standard indicators like wealth, education, health, or good government.
To meet multifaceted needs in Indian Country, Sanders and Clinton should combine their economic proposals.
Coopify wants to bring a sense of community to the app-based booking world by connecting worker-owned cooperatives and other low-income task workers directly with consumers.
The success of Trump’s candidacy isn’t just a political problem. It’s also a psychological and cultural one that needs to be addressed by parents.
Small town and suburban public schools become welcome centers as more immigrants are moving outside major metropolitan areas.
Soul Fire Farm provides farm education to Black and Latino youth in an effort to end a history of racism and injustice in America's food system.
South Africa used truth and reconciliation to address its racist history. Now these organizers think it's time for the United States to do the same.
The political march is a tool for social transformation in itself. This one gave me a taste of the connected, empowered society I’m working to create.
Those predicting an easy Senate defeat for mandatory labeling saw corporations fold one by one in the face of a strong food movement.