The State of the 99 Percent
by Sarah Anderson, John CavanaghJan 25, 2012
- The Occupy movement is clearly affecting political rhetoric ... but what about real action?
Corporate Rule Is Not Inevitable
by Sarah van GelderJan 20, 2012
- 7 signs the corporatocracy is losing its legitimacy ... and 7 populist tools to help shut it down.
How the Pipeline Died—And How to Bury It For Good
by Jamie HennJan 18, 2012
- The inside story: Grassroots strategies paid off for the climate movement in a big way.
Honest Appalachia: A Local WikiLeaks?
by Sue SturgisJan 18, 2012
- In a region not known for corporate or political transparency, a new website aims to give whistleblowers a forum.
Four Smart State Laws Set to Move in 2012
by Charles MonacoJan 13, 2012
- Congress may be deadlocked, but practical, popular solutions are gaining momentum at the state level.
Why I’m Giving Up Cynicism for New Year's
by Bill McKibbenJan 06, 2012
- Let’s be naïve enough to demand a country more like the one we were promised in high school civics class.
How Cities and States are Sticking It to Citizens United
by Brooke JarvisJan 05, 2012
- From courthouses to statehouses, the pro-corporate ruling is under pressure.
A Bill of Rights for Occupied Communities
by Jeff Reifman, Thomas LinzeyJan 03, 2012
- A bill of rights that protects people and nature, but not corporations? Your community could be next.
Occupy Wall Street on the Waterfront
by Madeline OstranderDec 14, 2011
- This week, protesters from Anchorage to Los Angeles coordinated a convtroversial mass effort to shut down the West Coast’s ports, “hitting Wall Street where it hurts the most.”
After Durban: Climate Activists Target Corporate Power
by Madeline OstranderDec 13, 2011
- After another disappointing round of UN negotiations, climate justice activists have a new strategy.
Occupy Moves to the Home Front
by Nathan SchneiderDec 08, 2011
- Why the attempt to take on foreclosures directly is our clearest glimpse yet of what Occupy Phase II will look like.
Occupy Economics: Because We’re Teaching It Wrong
Dec 05, 2011
- Does Occupy Wall Street highlight the failures of traditional Econ 101? These economists think so.
We the People vs. Wall Street
by Sarah van GelderDec 02, 2011
- The YES! Magazine editors are planning a new issue focused on practical ways to counter the power of corporations and Wall Street. Can you help?
Jobs Not Cuts: UK Strikes Against Austerity
by Ari BermanDec 01, 2011
- In Britain, two million public sector workers launched the largest strike in three decades.
7 Ways to Support the Real Job Creator: Main Street
by John Cavanagh, David KortenNov 29, 2011
- Turns out most job creation comes from the 99 percent, not the one percent.