On November 30, 1999, a huge gathering of environmentalists, labor unions, and human rights activists gathered at the World Trade Organization’s meeting in Seattle to protest the WTO’s “free trade”
As the coal industry declines, rural communities are seeking new economic stability—but prisons may not be the answer.
Thanks to a union of land cooperatives, people in Puebla have food sovereignty and education in Nahuatl instead of mega-projects and a Walmart.
A coming wave of Baby Boomer retirements threatens the survival of many small businesses. This initiative is making employee-ownership a more viable option.
The new law promises to take taxpayer money back from Wall Street and reinvest it in communities.
The climate crisis is our common cause, and we’ll need to elect a president that is willing to take it on.
Humanity’s existential crisis can be resolved only when we the people stand united behind a vision of the world we truly want.
Minneapolis effectively eliminated single-family zoning in order to undo decades of segregation and create more affordable housing options. Other states are watching closely.