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How Macklemore's Trumpet Player Is Bringing Music Back to His Kenyan Hometown How Macklemore's Trumpet Player Is Bringing Music Back to His Kenyan Hometown
The Madaraka festival is a celebration of African cultural heritage and modern-day entrepreneurship—and the proceeds will help build a recording studio for 68 youth in Kenya.
Fans Move to Buy LA Clippers After Owner Is Banned From NBA Fans Move to Buy LA Clippers After Owner Is Banned From NBA
by Christopher Zumski Finke
The fans hope to buy the team and make it into a nonprofit organization like the Green Bay Packers.
5 DIY Musical Instruments You Can Make From Stuff Around the House 5 DIY Musical Instruments You Can Make From Stuff Around the House
by Christine St. Pierre, Miles Becker
Craft instruments from easy-to-find materials and invite more music into your family's life.
Dear Paul Krugman: Is GDP Growth Making Us Richer or Poorer? (Please Clarify.) Dear Paul Krugman: Is GDP Growth Making Us Richer or Poorer? (Please Clarify.)
by Herman Daly
Is Paul Krugman just advocating temporary growth up to some level of optimality, or a truly ever-growing economy?
How a "Black Snake" in the Heartland Brought Spirit to American Environmentalism How a "Black Snake" in the Heartland Brought Spirit to American Environmentalism
by Kristin Moe
It's possible that the Cowboy Indian Alliance offers a glimpse into what a spiritually integrated environmental movement might look like, honoring diversity while resisting cooptation.
The Game of Thrones Rape Scene: Why We Can't Pretend It Never Happened The Game of Thrones Rape Scene: Why We Can't Pretend It Never Happened
by Christopher Zumski Finke
Pretending that a rape never happened is a problem—regardless of whether it took place in fiction or reality.
This Neurologist Left His Career and Became San Diego's Happiest Beach Bum This Neurologist Left His Career and Became San Diego's Happiest Beach Bum
Most of the people who know him as a fixture on Pacific Beach aren't aware of the stressful life he left behind.
Explainer: Agriculture and Human Rights Explainer: Agriculture and Human Rights
A journey into agriculture, from early irrigation to industrial farms.
Why Politics at the Dinner Table Is Good for Democracy Why Politics at the Dinner Table Is Good for Democracy
by Andy Lee Roth
Our political process, Robert Jensen reminds us, begins with conversation.
Tennessee Teachers Score in Fight for Fair Evaluations Tennessee Teachers Score in Fight for Fair Evaluations
by Molly Rusk
A new law will end the practice of evaluating teachers based on their students' standardized test scores.
Explainer: Garment Manufacturing and Human Rights Explainer: Garment Manufacturing and Human Rights
A journey into the garment industry, from Elizabethan England to Rana Plaza.
Explainer: Electronics and Human Rights Explainer: Electronics and Human Rights
A journey into the electronics industry, from transistor radios to semiconductor suicides.
Explainer: Mining and Human Rights Explainer: Mining and Human Rights
A journey into resource extraction, from colonization to transnational corporations.
This Fifth-Grader Raised $200,000 to Clean Up the Gulf Oil Spill by Selling Watercolors This Fifth-Grader Raised $200,000 to Clean Up the Gulf Oil Spill by Selling Watercolors
by Christine St. Pierre, Miles Becker
These three young activists found creative ways to tackle issues from climate change to voting rights.
Why Are We More Optimistic About Ourselves Than About Our Society? Why Are We More Optimistic About Ourselves Than About Our Society?
by Lisa Bennett
It's easier to be hopeful about our individual futures than our collective ones because we have more control over them. But the two are inextricably linked.
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