How can we hold accountable systems that are designed only to understand punishment?
In the face of the escalating climate crisis, a New Jersey organization has created a replicable shelter simulation model that makes temporary housing more inclusive for disabled people.
Coast Salish water warriors in canoes delayed a U.S. military ship believed to be carrying weapons from the Port of Tacoma to Israel.
Indigenous writer Robin Wall Kimmerer explains why a new massive green-energy powered industrial park in western New York State threatens communities and habitats.
The National Climate Assessment affirms that Indigenous peoples bear both the weight of climate change’s impacts and carry knowledge that may help lessen its burden.
Medea Benjamin sees a pattern in how Western media reported on the U.S. war in Iraq and how they are covering Israel’s war on Gaza today.
Indigenous writer and critic Frank Hopper says that while Martin Scorsese’s new film is a masterpiece, it’s still told through a white lens.
Despite its flaws, advocates hope the film will promote awareness and understanding of the complex MMIW issue
Religious ideals such as "'Til Death Do Us Part" are hindering intimate relationships from flourishing. Here's one clinical psychologist's secular guide to long-term love.
Black students are disproportionately impacted by student loans, but this debtors' union is taking steps to repair that disparity.
Analyst Lindsay Koshgarian counters President Biden’s claim that American interests require funding Israeli militarism.
Language has the ability to shape narratives about justice and war. Norman Solomon suggests applying the same standards to all violators of human rights.
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