Today marks the one-year anniversary of the election, and activists responding to the administration’s fascistic agenda are proving to be not just resilient but effective. Here’s why.
Climate change is increasing the number and intensity of natural disasters at a terrifying pace, displacing millions of people. We’re not ready for them.
Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Paris Accord, against the wishes of most states, cities, and even U.S companies, who are now taking environmental matters into their own hands.
Only 58.1 percent of eligible voters turned out in the 2016 Presidential election. How can we get everyone back to the polls in time to save democracy?
The president wants to cut $5.8 billion from the budget of the largest public funder of biomedical research in the world. Brace yourselves: We're all about to get a lot sicker.
Nixon, a Republican, founded the EPA nearly 50 years ago—and now the GOP, led by greedy climate-change-deniers, are poised to trash the agency once and for all.
Some feminists eager to build on the momentum of the Women's March have been debating whether the Women's Strike excludes those who would benefit from it most.
At times, it feels like the unrelenting onslaught of news is too much to process. Is there a way to remain informed, stay in the fight, and take care of ourselves?
There's power in citizen sanctions, but they need a strategy to be effective.
Chief Chaos Officer Steve Bannon is banking on the fact that we’ll have outrage fatigue. These activists and organizers offer advice on how to keep going—and win!