“I was overjoyed when I got my voter registration card. I was a real citizen!” Ex-offenders on reclaiming the human right to vote.
After enduring years of toxic dumping and rising cancer rates, indigenous Ecuadorians took oil giant Chevron to court to fight for the life of the rainforest—and its people.
Amy Goodman talks to legal scholar Michelle Alexander about the new American caste system.
A video primer from Al Jazeera for would-be nonviolent revolutionaries everywhere.
YES! reviews the latest book from offbeat activist Diane Wilson.
What do the deficit, budget, and tax battles now raging across America and Europe have to do with solving climate change? More than you think.
Big mammals shouldn’t be a casualty of modern society. They could make a comeback—if we give them what they need most: room to roam.
A question and answer session with Dr. Ida Hellander helps demystify Vermont’s new health care bill.
In Tucson, lawmakers want to cut ethnic studies programs. But they’ll have to unchain these students first.
How photography training and disposable cameras are giving young Palestinian refugees something new—a voice.
What started as one couple’s fight against gas drilling in their local park grew into a campaign to save more than 700,000 acres of Pennsylvania forest.
Jessy Tolkan: In the fight for the climate, students are leading the way.
A new law expected to pass in Bolivia mandates a fundamental ecological reorientation of the nation’s economy and society.
My neighbors and I know we can’t go back to the old economy. But what can we do to build a new one?
A year after the BP oil spill, Cherri Foytlin walked 1,243 miles to send a message: the Gulf is still suffering, and residents are mobilizing for change.