We can start difficult conversations by speaking from the heart and sharing our wish for a world where everyone is safe and free.
The Revolution Where You Live
After the inauguration and the Women’s March on Washington, what comes next? To make real change, we’ll need to build power where we live.
When 500 refugees arrived in their community, residents of Zaandam were wary. But by the time the newcomers could apply for residency status in Europe, neighbors didn’t want them to leave.
As we work toward a post-fossil fuel society, we can look to these lessons from the Sioux.
Four reasons communities all over the country are winning against the powerful and extremely wealthy fossil fuel industry.
Instead, White folks need to realize we have the power to stop police violence and defend Black lives.
When we take the time to connect, we make our communities more resilient and compassionate, and maybe we find the courage to defeat racism.
When we live connected to a community, we are more likely to become champions for one another, not just for ourselves.
The one thing we can count on is change. But what will make that change inclusive and sustainable instead of violent and fascistic?
Five ways to build on the momentum of the Bernie Sanders campaign and transform American politics in ways his supporters envisioned.
In every community I visited, I found people working hard to lay a different foundation for our society.
Our next president must be someone who understands the science of climate change and can build a clean energy future.