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Reasons to Celebrate: Key Progressive Gains in 2015
From booting Stephen Harper to highlighting racial injustice, progressives can take heart in these outcomes
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People Are Fed Up: Protests of 2015
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Sorry Bro, Maybe Next Week: Keep Calm and Troll ISIS
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Six Hopeful Breakthroughs from 2015
Despite conflicts and crises at home and abroad, 2015 offered glimpses of the road to a more just, compassionate, and sustainable world.
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For Peace and Love: Haskell Wexler's Well-Lived Life
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Going Beyond Paris or Even “Sustainability”: A Meta-Narrative for Sharing the World with Natural Systems
The Paris Climate Talks were a top-down collaboration in the global political sphere, producing a hopeful treaty to reduce carbon emissions. At this moment of global alliances, what is a bottom-up approach that rejoins humans and natural systems? Our anthropocentric mindset that de-values all other...
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The Least of Your Brothers and Sisters
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Filipina Trafficking Survivors Launch a Co-Op—And They Own Their Jobs
After Judith Daluz escaped from an abusive employer and reunited with her children, she struggled to make ends meet. So she started a cleaning business with other Filipinas—where she’s her own boss.
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There's A Way to Save Our Future. So Why Aren't More People Talking About It?
Transitioning to organic regenerative agriculture practices 'offers the best, and perhaps our only, hope for averting a global warming disaster.'
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New York Solitary Reforms A Critical First Step to Addressing Mass Incarceration
Last week the New York Civil Liberties Union announced a major settlement that overhauls solitary confinement in state prisons: As many as 1,100 people will get out of solitary confinement and the agreement creates a framework for getting even more prisoners out of extreme isolation over the 5-year...
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