The movement to push back against North Carolina’s ultraconservative state legislature is in its 13th week, and still growing.
What do we really trade for all of the cheap stuff we buy?
Armstrong believes that we can find the wisdom we need by looking to the origins of today’s world religions.
The association says it will bring in retired members in an effort to defuse tensions between young occupiers and capitol police.
For the last three nights, a growing group has camped out in the Florida Capitol building, demanding the governor address their concerns about the Zimmerman acquittal.
The statement, by the Black Youth Project, conveys profound sorrow along with a commitment to hold on to hope.
Your community is the perfect place to begin healing the wounds of racism.
The Indian leader saw nonviolence as an active and powerful thing—not just the absence of war.
Modern westerners often see indigenous people as weird or exotic. A look at history shows why they’re not the strange ones.
After teaching students to understand and talk through their conflicts, schools in Denver and Los Angeles have seen major reductions in disciplinary action.
Traditional organizing makes opponents into “enemies,” but a new crop of activists is using love and empathy to create new alliances and possibilities.
A delegation of activists from 12 different countries on the fight to stop gold mining in Central America.
Civil rights advocates are calling the Supreme Court’s decision in Shelby County v. Holder “a dagger in the heart of the Voting Rights Act" and “a call to action.”
Cree organizer Clayton Thomas-Muller provides a deeply personal account of a ceremonial healing walk through the broken landscape of Canada’s tar sands. This year’s walk begins July 4.
Pastor Jim Wallis has been arrested for protesting the Keystone XL pipeline, builds bridges between polarized politicians, and pushes Christians to worry less about gay marriage and more about justice. And even better—there’s a whole new generation following his lead.