The lead singer for Lavender Country, the first openly gay country band, shares the touching advice he received from his father.
Opening borders can have unexpected benefits; studies show alarming links between air pollution and dementia; and Native Americans talk about illegal immigration.
Despite conflicts and crises at home and abroad, 2015 offered glimpses of the road to a more just, compassionate, and sustainable world.
Who needs banks when you have communities? This finance model lets people help each other—without interest.
Bernie Sanders calls climate change our biggest security threat, a video illustrates how few women are in positions of power, and Black Lives Matter organizers take on more than just race.
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.
“I don’t trust anybody who says that they didn’t have some questions in their 20s.”
Drone footage shows nature taking back what’s hers; Washington high-school students build tiny houses for the homeless; and the epic tech battle over adblockers.
The resolution, which passed unanimously, endorses the goal of having no kids in detention in Seattle. It’s a move that chips away at the school-to-prison pipeline.
After the seizure of Rentboy.com, many in the sex worker and LGBTQ movements are finding common ground where they were once divided.
Learn how to turn any business into a worker-owned cooperative with this checklist.
University of Montana professor George Price on permaculture, race, and how he's standing up to tar sands extraction.