Source: YES! magazine

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What Fossil Fuels and Factory Farms Have in Common

Hint: They’re both issues of environmental injustice.   [ continue reading...]

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Colonialism and the Lost Indigenous Housing Designs

Developed over thousands of years, traditional architecture can also build climate resiliency.   [ continue reading...]

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Posting Your Hike on Instagram? Now You Can Tag Your Location’s Indigenous Name

This Native climber created indigenous geotags for more than 40 mountains.   [ continue reading...]

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For Asian Immigrants, Cooperatives Came From the Home Country

For these communities, solidarity economics have been practiced out of necessity. But there are lessons we could all learn.   [ continue reading...]

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Homes and Gardens: The Best Thing to Ever Happen to a Prison Site

New plans for the former correctional center include a permaculture farm, a recording studio, and housing for homeless veterans.   [ continue reading...]

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This Artist Transforms Hateful Graffiti Into Activist Street Art

The #PaintBack Project combats the spread of racism and bigotry with art.   [ continue reading...]

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Indigenous Women Built These Tiny Houses to Block a Pipeline—and Reclaim Nomadic Traditions

The houses are affordable and energy-efficient, and are bringing back elements of the Secwepemc’s hunter-gatherer culture.   [ continue reading...]

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If a Queer Woman of Color Can Check Her Privilege, So Can You

Wealth accumulation has its roots in stolen land, stolen labor, and stolen lives. But you can organize other privileged people with compassion.   [ continue reading...]

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Rejection of Gerrymandering in Ohio Suggests the U.S. Wants Fairer Elections

In both red states and blue states, steps are underway to limit how much districts can be drawn for partisan advantage.   [ continue reading...]

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How a University and a Tribe Began Mending Ties—And Revived a Lost Language

At Miami University in Ohio, the Myaamia Center is revitalizing culture and building racial equity. The project was decades in the making.   [ continue reading...]

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Agroecology is Becoming A Global Movement. But Where Does the U.S. Fit In?

If there’s one thing the American food movement could learn from the global movement for agroecology, it’s that movements move government policy, no...   [ continue reading...]

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How Artists and Neighbors Turned a Bomb Site Into a Medicine Garden

Amid a housing crisis, a London neighborhood found a way to protect a parcel of rewilded land—then transform it into something better.   [ continue reading...]

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An Indigenous Poet on SPAM and Colonialism

Our guttural love of SPAM was born in 1944, when cases of the shiny cans were berthed from aircraft carriers.   [ continue reading...]

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50 Years After Fair Housing Act, Discrimination Persists

Housing policy is now focusing on “self-sufficiency.” But that creates the illusion that where people live is solely their choice.   [ continue reading...]

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How Foodies Can Understand Capitalism and Farm-to-Table Justice

Our food system can be a place for systemic transformation through an alliance between the progressive and radical wings of the food movement.   [ continue reading...]

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Protected by a Church Nearly a Year, Colorado Woman Helps Draft a “People’s Resolution”

She and three other women are working to address the specific gaps in immigration law that led each to where she is now.   [ continue reading...]

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Bike-Share Companies Are Transforming U.S. Cities—And They’re Just Getting Started

Rental systems launched in Boston, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, and dozens of other cities.   [ continue reading...]

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The Surprising Tourist Destinations Reviving Coal Country

From punk rock to theater to ultramarathons, Kentucky towns are diversifying their economies—and uplifting local voices.   [ continue reading...]

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Yes, Social Media Can Be Used For Positive Change

Hashtag movements like #MeToo and #BlackLivesMatter have lasting impacts. Here’s how.   [ continue reading...]

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Why Food Waste Is Not a Solution to Hunger

If the food industry is addicted to overproduction, then the food bank system is its enabler.   [ continue reading...]

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