Amid the clamor and saber-rattling, a persistent grassroots peace movement is working hard to chart the way toward lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula.
The Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum’s new exhibit “A Right to the City” explores decades of community organizing in six Washington, D.C. neighborhoods.
After defeating a plan to segregate their school last year, students from Jajce, Bosnia and Herzegovina, are winners of the 2018 Max van der Stoel Award.
By taking on gerrymandering and bribery with a mix of lobbying and civil disobedience, grassroots activists in Pennsylvania are bridging the political divide and creating opportunities for people to “do” democracy.
Led by people living in recovery, those still facing addiction and family members of the deceased, the recovery activist movement is becoming increasingly organized and pressuring for change.
A conversation with Life After Hate Executive Director Sammy Rangel on the potential for people to change and the problem with dehumanizing those who follow hateful ideologies.
Fifty years after the launch of Martin Luther King’s final unfinished campaign, a “fusion of movements” aims to save the “heart and soul” of democracy.
A conversation with Ruth Zalph of the Raging Grannies about her decades of activism and why she’s getting arrested to stop the tax bill and fight for health care.
Over 6,000 climate justice activists converged in western Germany last weekend for a series of actions to protest coal mining in the region.
Clowns have an impressive track record of subverting Nazi ideology, de-escalating rallies and bringing communities together in creative resistance.