Spring 2023 | The “Endings” Issue
Amid police crackdowns on mutual aid efforts around housing, many activists are finding support in each other.
Drag bans like the one passed in Tennessee rely on fearmongering tropes about “protecting children” and “traditional values.”
Closing the Gender Wage Gap
The pay gap between men and women has stubbornly persisted for two decades. Here’s how to close it.
For “Rising Up With Sonali,” YES! Racial Justice Editor Sonali Kolhatkar interviews Executive Editor Evette Dionne about the “Endings” issue.
For “Rising Up with Sonali,” YES! Racial Justice editor Sonali Kolhatkar interviews Carl Rosen, General President of United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America, and Marilee Taylor, 34-year veteran retired locomotive engineer and member of Railroad Workers United.
In a new book detailing the context of race and democracy that frames the reasons why Harriet Tubman and not, say, Andrew Jackson, belongs on the bill, author Clarence Lusane takes us on a critically important historical tour.
A historic drop in the child poverty rate over the past 25 years showed us exactly what to do when the pandemic hit.
An increasing amount of research shows that good health practices and outcomes can spread throughout a community, even outweighing the influence of immediate family members.
Growing interest in regenerative land practices and demand for organic food have led to consistent expansion of acres devoted to organic farming.
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