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Reflections on the world we live in and the choices before us.
Underneath deep political and ideological differences, we see a shared drive for dignity—for ourselves, our families, and our communities.
We seek to listen to and learn from the experiences of immigrants themselves, as well as from the expertise of advocates and activists who are working to secure rights and dignity for immigrants. Here’s what three of them have to say about why we need an immigrant rights movement.
Without adequate resources and support systems, young people are increasingly pushed out of school and into the criminal justice system.
Today’s climate makes it more urgent than ever for us to lift up vibrant art and creative expression that unifies and humanizes people through stories, art, and cultural practice.
Honduras and El Salvador have the highest rates of intentional homicides in the world. In particular, Honduras and Guatemala stand out for incredibly high rates of violence against environmental defenders and indigenous leaders.
The Graduation Approach can be a first step toward financial inclusion for the hardest-to-reach segments of the population.
How stereotypes and stigma make black female students vulnerable to misunderstandings and mistreatment.
We must do all we can to fight the slide into hopelessness.
Real climate crisis action will mean burning far fewer fossil fuels like coal, oil, and gas. But changing our energy systems to reduce carbon pollution is, quite simply, not enough.
Advocates for equity, justice, and a healthier world have a wealth of stories to tell, ones that drive home the urgency of deep systemic problems and demonstrate how they affect people’s lives.
China’s interactions with the Global South have been the subject of much attention and study from both inside and outside the country. Yet issues of gender and sexuality have been largely ignored.
Indigenous groups have begun harnessing technology as a pivotal tool for change.
The American Constitution Mandates That Once Every Decade We Tally How Many People Live in the United States. This Decennial Census Tells Us Who We Are as a Country: Where We Live and How We Live, Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going, Who Our Neighbors Are and What Our Communities Look Like.
As We Integrate Digital Technologies Into Every Aspect of Our Lives It Can Be Hard to Make Informed Choices About the Privacy and Security Risks That Come With Them.