“It’s not ‘game over,’ it’s ‘game on.’ Now, we can actually start to see things happening.”
“If people are calling for peace, we need to push the narrative toward policies and political changes that are actually going to give people the conditions to deal with structural violence.”
Texas-born Jackson Bird waited 25 years to come out. Here's why he did it online.
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How the country heats its homes, and another 23 facts about our world today.
Blaize Connelly-Duggan’s vision for the neighborhood is all about community ownership and development without displacement.
John Oliver does a damn good job of explaining how ridiculous our standardized testing system is.
When the Manila government proposed relocating squatter families out of the city, residents came together and asked for housing in their own neighborhood.
This position is ideal for journalists from underrepresented communities who are somewhat obsessed with things like worker-owned cooperatives, community banking, and land trusts—and how clever people are using them to build a world that works for everybody.
Until May 10, Americans will vote on Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, and two other contenders to replace Andrew Jackson.
Author and activist Gar Alperovitz calls it a “checkerboard strategy.” In the first piece in a series, we look at the organizations working to transform our economy, and how they can benefit from working together.
Video: City council members, religious leaders, and community activists continue to ask Baltimore police be held accountable for Freddie Gray's death.