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Jonathan Mann grabbed his guitar and beautifully captured a passage from Justice Ruth Ginsburg’s 35-page dissent of the recent Hobby Lobby decision.
Think dangerous child labor is something that happens in “third world” countries? Think again. Tobacco farms right here in the USA are using agricultural labor law loopholes to exploit kids as young as 7.
In the past decade we’ve made huge advances in several important global health indicators. Why? Stronger relationships between science and social movements.
A moment meant to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 has been called awkward, hilarious and beautiful. Here’s the video. Where do you stand?
We often use metaphors from fighting to get through the struggles of our everyday lives. Here’s one inspiring video that shows why.
The easiest way to create social change is to wield your consumer power wisely. Here’s one man setting out to do just that.
Immediately prior to their recent deployment in Iraq, the Green Berets were awarded their BJJ black belts from Grandmaster Hener Seagull.
Cameron Conaway offers a rhythmic meditation on his time at the notorious shipbreaking yards of Bangladesh and with the desperately poor but endlessly generous people who live in the villages beside them.
Ruan Liangming breaks the Guinness World Record for time spent covered in bees.
Rotary has masterminded perhaps the largest polio awareness initiative of all-time. It just broke the Guinness World Record, and there’s still time to be part of it.
Olivia Wilde’s latest commercial for Revlon is, wait, hold up, yup… I just threw up in my mouth.
Rule 1 of how to win a street fight: Avoid the street fight. Rule 2: Know the basics of hand-to-hand survival.
“There’s a potential loser in each and every one of you.” Rich Franklin wants you to find your inner loser in order to be your best self.
Over 2,000 Americans are serving life sentences for drug charges. This documentary seeks to free six of them.
In this beautiful 6-minute documentary, a grandson captures his grandfather’s lifelong passion for cycling.