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A conversation on the current uprising with The Root's Michael Harriot, historian Jamon Jordan, and the editors of YES! and Colorlines.
We are proud to introduce the Fall 2020 edition of YES!, the Black Lives issue. Since the police killing of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, millions of people across
YES! is currently exploring the viability of a regular audio program, and we want your ideas.
Join YES! executive editor Zenobia Jeffries Warfield for a free virtual discussion with YES! contributor and author Nafeez Ahmed and YES! co-founder David Korten on how the pandemic and current global uprisings will serve as a
We’re witnessing a global uprising in response to police violence against Black people and the systemic racism that pervades American culture. There has been an invigoration of the movement for
The Summer 2020 issue of YES! explores how communities are responding to the coronavirus pandemic. Its stories are organized around what we have witnessed: We have seen the power of
This is a dedicated space for you to tell us what inspired you, what made you think, and what you could have done without. Your words could end up in
Share how your community is coming together to build resilience, connection, and strength during the COVID-19 crisis.
In the face of an overwhelming tidal wave of bad news about the coronavirus, what we need most right now are daily reminders of our better human selves.