A growing number of communities have implemented municipal identification programs, and not just in politically progressive areas.
A Missouri town’s summer ritual brings much-needed support to small family operations.
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Hope plus action and investment equals revolutionary muscle. Now is the time for the progressive majority to set the terms of the conversation.
As the federal government abandons its responsibilities, it will be up to the states, the cities, the communities, and the people to rebuild a unified state.
A range of neighbor-to-neighbor efforts address basic needs, from health care to food access, that are going unmet by local government agencies.
We must look at the roots of capitalism, white supremacy, heteropatriarchy, and anti-Blackness to leave settler colonialism in the past.
The city of Buffalo is supporting its first community land trust, designed to give neighbors control over land use and to keep housing affordable.
At a small farmers market south of Seattle, you’ll find varieties of ethnic vegetables unlikely sold in your typical supermarket.
Plastic manufacturers are not responsible for the disposal of their products, so the burden is placed on people in the Philippines.
A Kentucky program trains women to advocate for their reproductive health.
The best way to discourage voting—and thwart democracy—is to predict a big win for any party. Here’s what the primaries are indicating about the political landscape ahead of the midterms.
It wasn’t enough for a group of students to provide free meals. They’re looking to tackle systemic problems.
Regardless of how the Supreme Court rules on two cases, anti-gerrymandering action at the state level is well underway.
Rehabilitating derelict properties into sites for workforce training, manufacturing, and sustainable employment aligns with the priorities of the city.
In both red states and blue states, steps are underway to limit how much districts can be drawn for partisan advantage.
People are looking beyond traditional boundaries to find housing that works for them.
Amid a housing crisis, a London neighborhood found a way to protect a parcel of rewilded land—then transform it into something better.