In-depth storytelling that captures the universal human drama of people building power from the ground up.
A worried young organizer confronts a movement elder who believes that now — in the midst of deep crisis — is our best chance to make big progressive change.
While Gandhi is rightly criticized on untouchability and gender issues, his method of struggle has informed countless social movements over the last century.
Born 150 years ago, Gandhi’s perceptions about human sensibilities, social power and political truths began their transformation not in India, but South Africa.
Extinction Rebellion, student strikes and the Green New Deal show that desperation is starting to define climate politics. If handled well, this approach could be a game changer.
By transforming the stereotypical role of motherhood into one of political activism, Women of Zimbabwe Arise both redefined and took advantage of repression.
By using the strategies and language of the left, the Alt Right is repackaging white supremacy for a new, more middle-class culture of millennials.
LAGAI’s commitment to intersectionality keeps them from being engulfed by the mainstream politics of compromise.
Veterans are working with activists, politicians and lawyers to pressure the Pentagon to address the epidemic of sexual assaults in the military.
In this book excerpt, Ahmed Salah offers a first-hand account of the first day of the 2011 Egyptian revolution and the events that led to it.
Meet the Indian Internet activists who organized to block Facebook’s Free Basics program, opening up a new front in the global struggle for net neutrality.