“There is an extra darkness looming in the hallway, asking for a seat at my empty Thanksgiving table.”
What happens when foster children enter the world at age 18 with no support services? There can either be a path to homelessness, or a path to optimism. Let’s choose the latter.
Philadelphia Mayor, upon announcing Food Connect to the public, says we should share and not waste.
It was a moment that hit him in places he’d never liked to admit existed for him.
We need to know, identify, and determine what course our lives are going in—what matters most to you right now in society?
This short follows four young performers from the projects trying to escape poverty.
Alex Yarde’s interview with the director of the inspiring documentary “i am Thalente”—Natalie Johns.—I wrote about this remarkable film “i am Thalente“—read it and view the trailer here. I recently had the opportunity to speak in depth with Director Natalie Johns and star Thalente Biyela. i am Thalente is the story about Thalente Biyela (pronounced “tal-uhnt” and…
Where are people with no place to go … supposed to go?
Exuberant skate doc with a social message, I AM THALENTE, is currently playing event screenings throughout the U.S. releases digitally on May 13th, 2016.
One man, one dog, and two police officers meet on the sidewalk…
Those who do find housing will pay almost half of their income on rent in many areas across the country.
As long as private individuals can horde billions through exploitation and inheritance, they will direct the police to do whatever it takes to protect their wealth.
Revolutionaries must fight every instance of racism with the understanding that this fight is part of the effort to unite.
Immigrant and native-born workers share a common destiny of starvation if the potentially liberating new technologies are left in the hands of the corporate ruling class.
The presence of an armed officer changes the values taught and the atmosphere at school. At such a young age, students are learning to fear the police.
Tens of thousands of low-income seniors, people with disabilities, and working people are being forced out of their Silicon Valley homes.