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Award-winning national media organization reframing the biggest problems of our time in terms of their solutions since 1996. Nonprofit, reader-supported.
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Tucson’s alternative approach to growth preserves its older building stock and spurs a downtown renaissance.
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The fracking boom is flooding the world with Ziploc bags, ketchup packets, and single-use spoons.
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“Visiting other countries connects me to experiences outside my own and shows me how Brownness is both window and mirror.”
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Finding and publishing the classic novel of Japanese American resistance that was nearly lost forever.
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When they republished “No-No Boy” on a tiny budget, activist writers shifted the narrative about Japanese American internment.
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Recovering a Lost Novel of Japanese American Resistance, a book excerpt from
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Naming white supremacy changes the conversation because it shifts the problem to white people, where it belongs.
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Urban bee farms are transforming Detroit's vacant lots.
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Wild Bees Can Help Honey Bees—How Your Yard Can Support Them
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Tribes Create Their Own Food Laws to Stop USDA From Killing Native Food Economies via
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Today marks the 4th anniversary of the Charleston church shooting. As we remember the victims of this tragedy, let us also stop with the excuses for White killers like Dylan Roof. They're not "lone gunmen". They're terrorists. (Photo from )
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Why Guatemala has long been a target for U.S. interests.
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And they did it without abortion bans.
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“This is about decolonizing herbalism.”
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YES! Magazine Jun 17
Short-term rentals through sites like Airbnb have been called the “new gentrification battlefront” and are linked to both displacement and rising housing costs.
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YES! Magazine Jun 16
“It feels amazing to be part of something that is bigger than myself.”
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YES! Magazine Jun 16
In ranked-choice voting, people vote not only for their first-choice candidate, but also rank their preferences for other candidates running for the same office.
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YES! Magazine Jun 16
It would seem that a movement that provided livelihood for more than 300,000 people in California alone would merit discussion in the history books.
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YES! Magazine Jun 16
Books on Indigenous communities often get looped into the history section. As a result, information on Native peoples literally gets left in the past.
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YES! Magazine Jun 16
Teaching inclusivity and diversity to kids is important—but especially where LGBTQ role models are less visible.
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