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I am privileged to be able to say that I love the work I do. I find meaning, purpose, and even a sense of identity in my work here at YES! Media. But I also know that, compared to many people in this country, I am in the minority.
Sunnivie Brydum
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Direct payments to home-based child care providers can sustain them and the essential work they do to care for the children of working Americans.
Anne Vilen
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Activists have long suggested that oppressive institutions should be abolished rather than reformed. The same could be said about labor.
Nicole Froio
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These activists are working to ensure Indigenous perspectives are included in fields as diverse as education, health care, and scientific research.
Kate Schimel
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Years from 1972 to 2022 that Republicans have controlled the presidency: 29 Years from 1972 to 2022 that Democrats have controlled the presidency: 22 Number of Supreme Court justices appointed
Miles Schneiderman
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Home. The thought of it conjures up a tangle of images, of safeness and permanence and comfortable refuge. Home is also tenuous shelter under a busy overpass, in a neighborhood
Lornet Turnbull
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Resmaa Menakem intersperses political commentary and predictions about American democracy with explanations of how racialized trauma presents in our bodies, and offers body-focused exercises to deal with it.
Ruth Terry
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Degrowth invites us to envision a much deeper societal transition than simply swapping energy sources to maintain the status quo.
Jared Spears
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Sarah Gilman is an independent writer, illustrator, and editor who covers the environment, natural history, science, and place. She spent 11 years as a staff and contributing editor at High
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We hope that our Summer 2022 issue was, well, a pleasure to read. The “Pleasure” issue explored what it truly means to center pleasure in our lives—how does it transform
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Dear Reader,  I’m writing to you the day the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. I am gutted and grieving for this country. I wander my house, distracted and short
Christine Hanna
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Louise is principal/superintendent of Yuba Environmental Science Charter Academy, a free, public, K-8 charter school in Yuba County, California. What are your passions? My passion is the natural world. I
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