When Soldiers Come Home, Who Tends to Their Moral Injuries?
by Micael BogarJul 04, 2016
- Listening can help ease the transition home for veterans and ultimately heal us as a nation.
The Working-Class Wounds Hidden Behind Trump Voters’ Racism
by Arun GuptaJun 30, 2016
- If we listen carefully to Trump’s supporters, we can hear their desire for progressive policies.
Mr. Trump Visited My Neighborhood. But He Didn’t See It
by Gwen Frisbie-FultonJun 23, 2016
- A letter to the presidential candidate after his campaign stopped in Greensboro, North Carolina.
I Assumed It Was Racism—It Was Patriarchy
by Akiba SolomonJun 20, 2016
- Why are some women more invisible than others? To grow new anti-patriarchal movements like Black Lives Matter, we need to start opening our eyes.
What I Want for My Son and the Daddies Who Adopted Him
by Mariah MacCarthyJun 16, 2016
- I want my son to have male role models, female role models, and to know that families can look like anything. I want him to have options that I never did.
Sanders Might Soon Be Out of the Race, But Not the Revolution
by Sarah van GelderJun 08, 2016
- Five ways to build on the momentum of the Bernie Sanders campaign and transform American politics in ways his supporters envisioned.
What If Mental Health First Aid Were as Widespread as CPR? New York City’s Planning to Do It
by Jasleena GrewalMay 27, 2016
- One in every four Americans experiences mental illness, and lack of police understanding can lead to tragedy. Here’s what could happen if we were all trained to deal with depression and anxiety.
This “New” Feminism Has Been Here All Along
by Dani McClainMay 17, 2016
- Our grandmothers showed us a bigger, better feminism with women’s rights, racial equity, and gender justice at its heart.
What Does a Feminist Mortician Look Like?
by Jennifer LuxtonMay 04, 2016
- Historically, when a man takes care of a corpse, he is a professional. When a woman takes care of a corpse, it’s a domestic task. How can we close the gender gap in the death care industry?
Humanizing Heroin Addiction: Photos of the Real Lives of Users
by Aaron GoodmanApr 25, 2016
- Can more balanced representations of drug users spark discussions on how to solve North America’s heroin epidemic?
National Parks Are Used Mostly By Older White People. Here’s Why That Needs to Change
by Lornet TurnbullApr 22, 2016
- With its history of segregation, the Park Service has had a rocky relationship with race. But if youth of color don’t connect with the outdoors, who will be its future stewards?
What Moment Sparked Your #InternationalSisterhood?
by Jasleena GrewalApr 01, 2016
- Lots of us have had a moment in our lives that inspired feelings of support, understanding, and sisterhood toward other women. What was yours?
Massachusetts Clinic Treats Refugees With Mindfulness and Medicine From Home
by Heidi ShinMar 20, 2016
- After doctors realized their exam room reminded traumatized patients of torture chambers, they invited Buddhist monks and Cambodian healers to bring age-old therapies to the clinic.
5 Prisons Improving Life on the Inside
by Marcus Harrison GreenMar 14, 2016
- From canine cellmates to computer training, prisons across the country are finding small ways to make life behind bars better for inmates.
Police Shooting Data Reveal New Tactics and Training Will Only Go So Far
by Nirej SekhonFeb 19, 2016
- To create meaningful change, we must look beyond high-profile cases and ask why certain police-civilian encounters occur at all.