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The Magnolia Mother’s Trust asks participants what they need to not only pay the bills but also to fight generational poverty.
J. Gabriel Ware | Nov 6, 2018
Inspired by Ava DuVernay’s documentary ‘13th,’ and their own experiences, these women mentor youth to keep them out of the criminal justice system.
J. Gabriel Ware | Sep 19, 2018
The digital justice project is putting people online and providing technology training in Detroit neighborhoods.
J. Gabriel Ware | Mar 26, 2018
“I wanted to bring these projects to the community, so people can see renewable energy working.”
J. Gabriel Ware | Jan 26, 2018
Communities of color turned to each other to make it through the disaster. Months later, they’re doing the same to rebuild.
J. Gabriel Ware | Nov 29, 2017
Washington, D.C., has the highest incarceration rate in the country. That’s why Juan Reid launched this cooperative owned and operated by ex-inmates.
J. Gabriel Ware | Oct 18, 2017
Forced assimilation destroyed most nations’ diets, but now Native youth are learning to integrate local foods back into their daily lives.
J. Gabriel Ware | Jun 6, 2017
From seed banks to free food pantries, the little library movement is taking off in neighborhoods across the country.
J. Gabriel Ware | Sep 27 2017
These women are helping audiences empathize with issues in a way that a book or an article can’t.
J. Gabriel Ware | Oct 7 2017