Long before the state declared an emergency in Flint, Michigan, a pastor, a mother, and an attorney teamed up to reveal the state’s lies about their drinking water.
In the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles, Project Fatherhood helps end the cycle of absent fathers and gives men a place to discuss what it means to be dads, partners, and sons in one of the city's roughest areas.
Seattle University students plan to sleep outside their dean’s office for as long as it takes her to resign. Will she budge?
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.
Car washes are the “wild, wild West” of workplace regulation. The Car Wash Accountability Act will improve that—if it is ever implemented.
The TPP makes the rights of companies sacrosanct, and that includes the right to mine. But what about the rights of people who live in the way of proposed mining sites?
YES! has put together a tribute page to honor Grace Lee Boggs and the lives she touched while she was with us. Share your own thoughts with #RememberingGrace.
University of Montana professor George Price on permaculture, race, and how he's standing up to tar sands extraction.
Be present, question assumptions, and be loud! Social transformation starts with everyday people working for change.
Blaize Connelly-Duggan’s vision for the neighborhood is all about community ownership and development without displacement.
When the Manila government proposed relocating squatter families out of the city, residents came together and asked for housing in their own neighborhood.