Three People-Powered Advocacy Campaigns to Watch in 2018
These campaigns are using our moment of upheaval to mobilize people to protect birth control, voting rights and against economic inequality this year and beyond.
'Inspiring and Heartbreaking': The Rise of Support Groups for Shooting Survivors
In recent years, a number of networks for shooting survivors have popped up across the country to provide support for other survivors and call for an end to gun violence.
Women's March Activists Set Their Sights on the 2018 Midterm Elections
In New York City, and across the country, the March's anti-Trump sentiment is poised to take to the polls.
One Year Later, Eyes Are on Women’s March to Fix What it Got Wrong Last Time
Last year the Women's March co-chairs emphasized intersectionality, and this year everyone must be on the same page when it comes to what inclusion looks like.
For the Women's March to Succeed, People of Color and the LGBTQ Community Must Have Full Seats at the Table
If we are truly committed to advancing a future that includes everyone we should prioritize the voices of those who have been historically unheard.
These Greenhouse Designers Are Bringing Fresh Food to Arctic Communities
Stefany Nieto and Ben Canning are providing affordable, healthy food to remote communities, and involving locals in the process.
Blair Imani Talks About Grassroots Activism as a Queer American Muslim Woman
'Gaycation' co-host Ian Daniel chats with her about her grassroots efforts to create change and how we can all be inspired to take action right now.
UK Voters Rode the Bernie Sanders Wave of Electoral Disruption and Won
The Labour Party accomplished what Democrats in the US have not.
Nick Chedli Carter
How NEA Funding Revived a Rural Town in Minnesota
When Fergus Falls, MN lost its main industry, Springboard for the Arts stepped in, thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
The ACLU has become a darling of the left, but its history isn't so political
The Artful Activist Collective Fights Climate Change and Toxic Politics
Artists are gearing up for the next four years in America.
Rare Photos of Black Activism from the 60s
'North of Dixie: Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South' spotlights moments in the fight against discrimination, focusing on areas of the country where the struggle for civil rights has been ignored by the history books.