Female wrestling champion Isabelle Sambou is inspiring a new generation of girls to compete in a sport long dominated by men.
In Chicago, low-income kids don’t usually have the opportunity to travel outside of their own neighborhoods. My Block, My Hood, My City is changing that.
Because the Unist’ot’en clan has given up no land rights after decades of courtroom battles, they maintain a strong foothold on land crucial to future oil expansion plans.
A new amendment to the 1944 water treaty between Mexico and the United States aims to create a fair, cooperative system for restoring the Colorado River.
In California’s predominantly Spanish speaking Eastern Coachella Valley, younger Latinos are showing support for Sanders, upending the narrative that his appeal does not extend beyond white voters.
In New England, a community program matches college-savvy parents with first-generation college-bound students to help them navigate the overwhelming application process.
From street art to law reform, women across Brazil are taking a stand against gender-based violence.
The Turtle Mountain Band was among the first tribes to ban the drilling process. Here’s the difference it made.
Car washes are the “wild, wild West” of workplace regulation. The Car Wash Accountability Act will improve that—if it is ever implemented.
From strangers on the street to Muslim refugees—why we should embrace the humanity of people we may fear.
A human rights campaign to protest Islamophobic rhetoric sent message-scrawled pillowcases to 31 governors who expressed support for refugee bans. And more are on the way.
Like many African Americans, Lakisha David wanted to trace the roots of her family, who for years were documented only as property. Here’s how she did it.