Jason Kander: Eliminating Voting Rights is an Assault on Democracy
The Election Assistance Commission ensures that all Americans can vote freely and independently -- and it's under siege.
Undocumented Immigrants Are Entitled to the American Dream
Citizen or not, everyone deserves a shot at equal opportunity.
Celebrate Independence Day by Breaking Bread and Barriers with Refugees
And as the appetite for such gatherings grows, the opportunities that arise with social connectivity are endless.
David Ponet and Gissou Nia
Facing Turmoil and Conflict, Syrian Refugees Tell Their Own Story
"Refugee youths carry immense creative capital, and the most untapped potential because of the uncertainty they are forced to navigate in their day to day life."
Switching to Clean Energy Could Save Coachella Valley's Largest Lake
As the Salton Sea begins receding, significant consequences will quickly become apparent.
Driving an Electric Car is One Way to Resist Trump’s Climate Attacks
No gasoline, no dirty oil changes, no internal combustion engine, no having to deal with politicians withdrawing from a multi-national environmental call to action.
Activist Inspires Teens to Learn Coding With Hip-Hop Hackathon
The NYC event Hip-Hop Hacktivist wants minority and underrepresented youths to become producers instead of consumers.
World Refugee Day
On World Refugee Day, Now Is the Wrong Time to Turn Your Back
As the global refugee displacement burden grows - with 10 million new people displaced in 2016 alone - the call for long-term solutions from the international community only grows louder.
Workers Must Run Faster to Keep up With New Industry Skills
Figuring out how millions of unemployed workers will be capable of filling millions of unknown jobs is among our greatest challenges.
Oliver B. Libby
Detroit’s Economic Development Is the Comeback America's Been Waiting For
The Motor City is the starting point for more inclusive and sustainable neighborhood development in post-industrial US cities.
Tech Group Won't Let Trump Ignore LGBTQ Pride Month
Software engineers, designers, copywriters, coders and many others are organizing to protect and advance the cause in the digital space.
Scientists Are Using Twitter to Battle Brazil’s Congressional Corruption
59 percent of the Brazilian Congress has been implicated. Could this social media-focused project meant to hold elected officials accountable work in the US?
Irio Musskopf and Eduardo Cuducos.