The Rad History Book Every Girl (and Boy) Should Have on Her Bookshelf
by Lindsey WeedstonAug 11, 2015
- A new feminist children's book honors 26 awesome women who changed the world.
Four Ways Mexico’s Indigenous Farmers Are Practicing the Agriculture of the Future
by Leah PennimanAug 10, 2015
- How can we get the most out of our farmland without harming the planet? I traveled to rural Mexico to learn from indigenous farmers.
Can Bernie Sanders Win Over Black Lives Matter? He Seems to Be Trying
by Marcus Harrison GreenAug 07, 2015
- The progressive candidate has been making a sharper distinction between racial and economic issues. If you like his campaign, that’s really good news.
New David Foster Wallace Movie Shows a Regular Guy Who Happens to Be a Genius—That’s Why It Works
by Christopher Zumski FinkeAug 07, 2015
- Jason Segel steers away from his usual funny guy persona in "The End of the Tour," and plays the late "Infinite Jest" author David Foster Wallace.
What’s a Death Midwife? Inside the Alternative Death Care Movement
by Jennifer LuxtonAug 07, 2015
- From funeral cooperatives to green burials, there's a kinder, gentler, less expensive way to die.
This New Rule Will Bring Secretive Corporate Tax Breaks to Light
by Puck LoAug 07, 2015
- Every year, governments spend tens of billions of dollars on tax breaks for private companies. Now, state and city governments will have to start reporting it as lost income.
Study Shows Mindful Meditation Helps Reduce Racial Bias
by Jill SuttieAug 06, 2015
- A new study shows that meditation can transform racial bias at any age.
What If Teachers Got Million-Dollar Deals Instead of Athletes? In Key and Peele's World, They Do
by Christopher Zumski FinkeAug 05, 2015
- The comedy duo's SportsCenter spoof is the most exciting look yet at how awesome things would be if we made teaching a priority.
The Weekly Crunch: Zero-Waste Grocery Stores, Black Women's Business Boom, Robocops for Cyber-Bullies
by YES! StaffAug 05, 2015
- Like reading the news while chomping on granola. Here’s what we've been chewing on lately.
Naomi Klein: Obama Makes Strides Toward Reducing Coal—But We Still Have a Long Way to Go
by Amy Goodman, Nermeen ShaikhAug 04, 2015
- Under new EPA regulations, U.S. power plants will be required to cut emissions. But does the plan go far enough?
The Indigenous Rituals That Heal Us
by Patricia St. OngeAug 03, 2015
- How the Medicine Wheel can guide us to transform communities that have suffered from racial injustice
Fall 2015 National Student Writing Competition: Justice for All
Aug 01, 2015
- Want a motivator to take your students' writing to a higher level? Here's an opportunity to write for a real audience, and the chance to get published by an award-winning magazine.
Nearly 80 Percent of Germany’s Power Came From Renewables In An Afternoon
by Araz HachadourianJul 31, 2015
- For a few hours in July, 78 percent of Germany's power was generated by renewables like solar and wind. The country is spending €200 billion to move away from fossil fuels permanently.
This NYC Real Estate Co-Op Helps Small Businesses Stay Put
by Araz HachadourianJul 31, 2015
- A New York City co-op raises $1.2 million in pledges to fight gentrification and provide affordable rent for local business owners.
LA's New Car Share Program Offers Electric Vehicles to Low-Income Drivers
by Shared-Use Mobility CenterJul 30, 2015
- Funded by state cap-and-trade revenue, Los Angeles' program will introduce an electric car-sharing fleet to lower carbon emissions and serve disadvantaged communities.