From Afghanistan to Yemen, Here's How to Help the Countries With the Highest Risk For Humanitarian Crises

As war, famine and disaster loom for countries around the world, 2018 will be an important year for regular people to lend a helping hand to those in need.
Bryce Perry

70,000 People Were Asked How Companies Could Help Them. Here’s What They Said.

Aligning business practices with public priorities isn't easy, but some CEOs are trying to actually help ordinary Americans.
Martin Whittaker

This Social Movement Fights to Create Political Change in Black Communities

Rather than promote a single party or candidate, the Electoral Justice Project seeks to continue the legacy of past social movements that fought for the rights of African-Americans.
Kayla Reed

Bernie Sanders: We Must Make Public Colleges and Universities Tuition Free

Americans face almost $1.5 trillion in debt in the name of higher education.
Bernie Sanders

Mental Health is an Urgent Public Health Issue and Action is Needed Now

In the UK, suicide is the biggest cause of death for men up to the age of 49, and our emotional well-being must no longer be shrugged off.
Hussain Manawar

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard's New Bill is a Necessary Next Step in Addressing the Climate Change Crisis

The OFF Act takes aggressive action on climate and energy legislation.
Mark Schlosberg
Rise Up

A 9/11 Witness Raises Awareness of Mental Health Misdiagnoses

What growing up with PTSD after living through the events of 9/11 firsthand taught one person about mental health stigmas.
Helaina Hovitz

Advocates Stress Great Entrepreneurs Still Graduate From College

In our present rapidly changing environment, a college education still represents the best investment you can make in your future.
Oliver Libby and George Tsiatis

Randy Bryce on Paul Ryan and Why Unions are the Defenders of Working People

Ironworker, veteran and union member Randy Bryce is running for Congress against the sitting Speaker of the House to raise the minimum wage, ensure healthcare and support labor.
Randy Bryce

These Chefs Are Changing the Way Restaurants Serve Seafood

Chefs Collaborative is a resource for working class chefs, producers and food professionals who want to advocate for positive sustainable food changes.
Derek Wagner
Last Chance High

Mentoring Programs Alter the Trajectory Facing Many Young People of Color

The NYC Office of the Mayor’s Young Men’s Initiative wants to inspire mentors to impact change.
Ifeoma Ike
Last Chance High

Biased Discipline Policies Put Black Girls on the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Black female students can't have an opportunity to succeed if they're being criminalized in the classroom.
Nia Decaille