How “we the people” decide what we want, and how we get it.
International Youth: Fired Up About Climate Change
by Richard Gravesposted Oct 07, 2009
- The generations who will inherit the burden of global warming want bold environmental leadership, responsible climate policies, and green jobs.
No Impact Man's Advice for Making a Difference
by Colin Beavanposted Oct 06, 2009
- Colin Beavan says he had to give up asking questions about whether he could really help or not, and whether he would do it right. He had to stop checking and instead trust his own gut.
Students Stand Up to Coal
by Nick Engelfriedposted Sep 30, 2009
- College students across the country are working to eject coal from their campuses and their communities.
In Search of Care :: International Adventures in Public Health
by Michael Foxposted Sep 29, 2009
- Michael Fox has sought medical care in more than a dozen countries. One of them stands out as the most difficult place to get treatment: his native United States.
One World, One Web
by Nathaniel Jamesposted Sep 24, 2009
- On OneWebDay, people worldwide celebrate the democratizing power of the Internet by working to give everyone fast, affordable access to the Web.
Zelaya's Return Creates Pivotal Moment for Democracy in the Americas
by Lisa Gale Garriguesposted Sep 24, 2009
- This moment mirrors back to us our own collective vacillation between fear and hope, between change by autocracy and gunfire on one side, and change by the democratic process on the other.
7 Ways to Support Iranian Democracy
by Mary Armstrongposted Sep 23, 2009
- Democratic reforms are up to the Iranian people. But we can offer support and friendship as Iran takes its own brave steps toward freedom.
The Poor as Customers?
posted Sep 18, 2009
- John Harvey reviews Michael Edwards' Just Another Emperor? The Myths and Realities of Philantrocapitalism
Push Back Against Big Money
by Fran Kortenposted Sep 18, 2009
- No matter how hard we worked during the 2008 election, our voice, our presence, our money is even more important now.
Weapons of Mass Democracy
by Stephen Zunesposted Sep 16, 2009
- Here’s evidence that nonviolence is the most powerful tool to promote democracy and overthrow tyranny.
Advertisers Pull Support from Glenn Beck
by Susie Shuttsposted Sep 12, 2009
- Petition convinces companies to dissociate themselves from 'racially divisive' rhetoric.
The Power of "Why?"
by Andrea Batista Schlesingerposted Sep 09, 2009
- Students in Hampton, Virginia, and Brooklyn, New York, learn that asking questions is more powerful than memorizing answers.
Teens Talk to 90-Somethings
by Sean Roseposted Sep 09, 2009
- Teens in Rabun County, Georgia, are tapping into the memories of 90-year-olds in an effort to protect the culture of southern Appalachia.
Udaipur Hands Down Skills
by Lynsi Burtonposted Sep 09, 2009
- Shikshantar believes anyone can be a teacher and when people collaborate, they can develop a “culture of learning.”
Volunteers Teach Healing Arts
by Louise Dunlapposted Sep 09, 2009
- Inspired by Paulo Freire’s work in the 1960s, Capacitar International teaches practices such as tai chi, acupressure and mindfulness, to volunteers. They then teach those skills in traumatized communities in places like Guatemala, Israel, Palestine, Rwanda, and Ireland.