A documentary film chronicles the growth—and rare success—of a movement to take down a wall of shipping containers on the U.S-Mexico border.
The shareholder advocacy group As You Sow has a new report listing obscene CEO pay. Here's what the data reveals
YES! Media’s executive editor Evette Dionne delves deep into the Winter 2024 issue of YES! Magazine, centered on elders.
A growing trend of building wetlands as a means of wastewater filtration has surprising benefits: thriving wildlife, vibrant tourism, and a sense of community ownership.
Indigenous writer Robin Wall Kimmerer explains why a new massive green-energy powered industrial park in western New York State threatens communities and habitats.
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.
Voters in Republican-led Ohio elected to enshrine reproductive freedom into the state constitution. Here's what that could mean for the 2024 election.
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.
Khury Petersen-Smith explains why he and thousands of other Black Americans are calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.
Israel’s war on Gaza is built on dehumanization of Palestinians. Physician Rupa Marya urges the world to ”rehumanize” Gazans.
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.
In bringing electric vehicle battery plants under its national contract, the UAW took a major step toward transitioning away from fossil fuels in a way that protects workers' rights.
When Hurricane Ian hit Florida in late September 2022, it took more than 100 lives, becoming the deadliest storm to hit the United States since Katrina in 2005. Hurricane Ian
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.
Marjorie Kelly's new book critiques the U.S. economy's embrace of "wealth supremacy," and explores alternate models of democratic economies.
Dr. Stephen Zunes offers an in-depth exploration of the international laws defining Israel and Hamas' behavior.
Sonali Kolhatkar discusses her new book as well as the experiences—both personal and professional—that inspired it.
In a new book, Bettina Love, Ph.D., lays out the harms created by decades of school reforms and charts a path toward repair.
A journalist takes us inside UAW’s “Stand Up” strike strategy, an innovative spin-off of 1930’s era “sit down” strikes.
A horrific attack on Israeli civilians is being met with a horrific attack on Palestinian civilians. What now?
Western media covered the devastating floods in Libya with little mention of NATO’s role in the war that has led to crumbling infrastructure.
A newly formed organization called Climate Defiance is challenging the Biden administration to live up to its climate change promises.
The FTC thinks Amazon hurts small businesses and consumers. Ron Knox of The Institute for Local Self-Reliance agrees.