By coming together and each finding our own unique way to contribute to the struggle, we can move ever closer to our collective liberation.
“It feels like the universe is up to something.”
Vandana Shiva holds on to hope that we can collectively bring Earth back into our imagination.
You’ll probably learn something new about us. We certainly did.
A robust conversation with YES! co-founders Sarah van Gelder and David Korten, as well as longtime contributing editor Vandana Shiva.
Transformative justice can form the basis for deep solutions to racial and gender-based injustices, mass incarceration, immigrant abuses, the climate emergency, and more.
White vigilantes get the benefit of the doubt in U.S. courtrooms.
Customers in the local African community say Happiness Family Farm’s stands have been like a temple for them.
A group of volunteer pilots has organized to connect patients in remote areas with life-saving medical care.
Magnus has a heartbreaking conversation with their mom as she dices onions. In this video, created in a filmmaking workshop led by Outside the Frame and Oregon State University, Magnus tries to make
Nat, a nonbinary Latinx young person, experiences oppression, xenophobia and misgendering from their own family. Their mother has a spiritual experience that reveals the importance of honoring their child’s nonbinary
In her journey on foot from Honduras to the United States, Michelle encounters family rejection, transphobia, and border patrol. In this video, created in a filmmaking workshop led by Outside the
Crisis Kitchen operates on the idea that uplifting individuals will uplift the community.
“An Ecolological Civilization: The Path We’re On” was a YES! Presents online conversation held on February 25, 2021. It was produced in partnership with YES! Media and the Institute for Ecological Civilization.
We could all benefit from being a little kinder to ourselves—especially after the year we’ve had.
Portland organizers and volunteers offer an inside look at the infrastructure that supports the city’s ever-evolving movement for Black lives.
With beautiful illustrations and poignant storytelling, this animated short film reminds us that a better world is possible beyond 2020.
A conversation on the current uprising with The Root’s Michael Harriot, historian Jamon Jordan, and the editors of YES! and Colorlines.
“We're always focused on floods and hurricanes. But heat is maybe even more important to address.”
“We have lived and thrived in the Arctic for thousands of years. We have listened and learned from our elders, and we know we must stand united to protect future generations.”
Experts discuss the reasons that people cause harm, and explore what accountability processes might look like.
“You’re much less likely to get authentic accountability if you’re shaming someone.”
Experts speak candidly about what gets in the way of true accountability—and why we should see it as an opportunity for growth.
A discussion with YES! executive editor Zenobia Jeffries Warfield, author Nafeez Ahmed, and YES! co-founder and author David Korten.
This victory for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe represents hope for Indigenous and environmental movements around the world.