10 Ways to Cope With What Just Happened
by Fran KortenNov 09, 2016
- Here are three: Make room for your grief, be with friends, and don’t dismiss the people who voted for Donald Trump.
After Trump’s Victory, Stand With Your Community
by Sarah van GelderNov 09, 2016
- Don’t talk about moving to Canada or Costa Rica. Reach out to those who are vulnerable and promise to stand with them.
How to Find the Good in This Nasty Election Cycle
by Kelly McGonigalNov 08, 2016
- Four ways to turn election stress into courage and compassion.
Building “Political Power” for Black Americans Where Voter Suppression Is Highest
by Liza BaylessNov 07, 2016
- This election will be the first in 50 years not to offer full protections under the Voting Rights Act of 1965. But the Movement for Black Lives is hopeful.
I Found the Spirit of Standing Rock in Communities Across the Nation
by Sarah van GelderNov 07, 2016
- A four-month road trip showed me how many of us are already building a better America by working together.
Norway’s Largest Bank Divests From Dakota Access, Launches Own Investigation
by Tracy Loeffelholz DunnNov 07, 2016
- Up to $460 million in credit is still at stake for the Bakken pipeline companies after DNB shed its pipeline assets and has begun a “fact-based evaluation” of indigenous rights abuses.
This Land Is Our Land: All Sides Move Quickly as Pipeline Nears the River
by Jenni MonetNov 06, 2016
- Recent Standing Rock drone footage makes it clear that time is running out in the Dakota Access battle, and the fight for control of this land is becoming more urgent.
The Myth of Bipartisanship—It’s Time to Get Tough With the Right
by Sean McElweeNov 06, 2016
- Politics is not a parlor game where good manners always win out. It involves questions of power and privilege, which cannot be solved merely with bipartisan brunches.
Violent Raids at Standing Rock a Stark Contrast to Talk of Building Trust
by Michael J. DaxNov 06, 2016
- Across the country, an uneasy series of consultations between tribes and the U.S. government is under way. While some tribal leaders are skeptical, others hold out hope.
The White Horse and the Humvees—Standing Rock Is Offering Us a Choice
by Robin Wall Kimmerer, Kathleen Dean MooreNov 05, 2016
- Right here, between the barricades on a North Dakota highway, is a pivotal confrontation between two world views, two futures.
Nation’s Second-Largest School District Wants to Kick McDonald’s Out
by Olivia AndersonNov 04, 2016
- After almost four years of McTeacher's Night fundraisers, teachers in the greater Los Angeles area are demanding the fast-food chain stop predatory marketing toward their students.
“Tough on Crime” Is Tough on Kids—Will CA Voters Roll It Back?
by Melissa HellmannNov 04, 2016
- If voters pass Proposition 57, it could ease some of the juvenile justice system’s worst get-tough-on-crime elements from past decades.
Where Citizens Can Run for Office Without Big Money—and Win
by James TrimarcoNov 04, 2016
- Maine’s unique solution for clean elections involves $5 contributions and campaigns funded entirely by taxpayers. And it’s working.
The Call to “End the War on Black Lives” Starts With Accountability
by Zenobia JeffriesNov 03, 2016
- Next year, the DOJ will collect nationwide data on police shootings and other violent encounters with the public. Is that enough progress?
The Standing Rock Victory You Didn’t Hear About
by Desiree KaneNov 03, 2016
- The day 40 to 50 Native water protectors kept 250 militarized police from attacking camp.