The U.S. doesn’t have a problem of economic scarcity. The problem is unequal power.
Your backyard could be the next front in the war against global warming.
Circulating local dollars can’t create wealth when there’s not enough to begin with.
In light of important midterm election wins, two Native journalists revisit the influence of Indigenous peoples on democracy through the ages.
Record turnout in the midterm elections shows there’s a strong desire for change. Here’s where it’s happening.
Amid extreme stress and a never-ending stream of bad news, we can reduce harm if we remain connected.
Students from a historically Black college and a predominantly White university come together and learn how to navigate the intersections of race, class, gender, and disability.
A new documentary shows how one state is confronting Native American child removal.
The Magnolia Mother’s Trust asks participants what they need to not only pay the bills but also to fight generational poverty.
It’s never too early to learn that “no” is a boundary, not a punishment.
How the IPCC’s solutions for reversing the Earth’s warming encourage business as usual.
History shows that a broad coalition of civil rights activists is how to fight back.
The housing crisis in rural America is often overlooked. At Alabama’s Auburn University, students and faculty address it head on.
Around the world, people are realizing the current path will lead only to disaster, and they’re beginning to ask the hard questions about what to do next.
Día de los Muertos is for remembering those I miss and pondering how to keep them alive in the present moment.
Some schools are looking to helping students meet much more basic needs.
A Fort Worth, Texas, program sees steady employment as an important step in helping guests rebuild their lives.
Native voters in North and South Dakota embrace the value of their vote since Standing Rock.
Educators across the country are adopting a policy to allow children in classes, and allowing more student parents to stay in school.
The documentary ‘Milwaukee 53206’ depicts the toll of the prison epidemic on families and entire communities.
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