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.
How to Win Workplace Equality? Invest in Neighborhoods Where Women Need It Most
by Angela Glover BlackwellJul 01, 2016
- Women make up nearly half of the workforce, yet old-fashioned policies keep them unequal partners. To remedy this, we must first ensure basic opportunities—like making sure girls can get to school.
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.
In New York, Republicans and Democrats Join Forces to Overturn Citizens United
by Lynsi BurtonJun 29, 2016
- Seventeen states have called for a constitutional amendment to reduce the influence of money in politics. So who’s next?
One Hopeful Thing About the Brexit Electoral Rebellion
by David KortenJun 29, 2016
- Maybe now we can renegotiate the corporate boundaries and interests that overtook those of communities.
The Lakota Martial Arts Teacher Helping Native Women Recover Their Strength
by Christa HillstromJun 28, 2016
- A self-defense model focused on rediscovering strength rather than putting up your guard helps Native American women heal from sexual assault.
Meet the Woman Who Pushed Massachusetts Toward the First Carbon Fee in U.S. History
by Eben BeinJun 28, 2016
- The bill would redistribute money to citizens and local businesses, an idea supported by both conservative and liberal economists.
A Tough Choice for Feminist Black Lives Matter Activists
by Marcus Harrison GreenJun 27, 2016
- Protesting a police killing and marching in support of a man convicted of rape can pose a real dilemma when one in five women nationwide has suffered a sexual assault.
Stop Asking Me to Denounce Islam to Prove I Care About LGBT Rights
by Aaminah KhanJun 24, 2016
- Surely, I am not less queer just because I am Muslim.
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.
Still #FeeltheBern? You’re Not Alone
by Rosemary LaneJun 22, 2016
- Meet six people from the recent People’s Summit in Chicago coming to terms with supporting the senator’s ideas, rather than his campaign for president.
How Bernie Sanders’ Revolution Can Win, Even Without Him
by Sarah van GelderJun 22, 2016
- With a mix of anger and excitement, Bernie Sanders supporters shift focus away from the presidency and search for ways to sustain the political revolution sparked by his campaign.
Female Migrant Farmworkers Push Back Against Machismo and Abuse in California’s Wine Country
by Trina Moyles, KJ DakinJun 21, 2016
- In Sonoma County, women are coming together to support one another and advocate for the safety of undocumented fieldworkers who often work in isolation.
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.
Meet the McDonald’s Cashier Taking on Her CEO for Climate Change
by Brooke AndersonJun 17, 2016
- If raising a family on a McDonald’s salary wasn’t hard enough, Tina Sandoval is working to transform the fast-food industry into one that is good for both people and planet.