Come to a brown bag discussion with Nick Licata about his self-help book that uses “Stories, Strategies and Advice for Changing Our World” for people who want to improve the quality of their life but don’t know how.
The Other 98% co-founder John Sellers discusses the power of creative resistance.
The latest fracking disaster in California should help to finally erase the industry’s undeserved reputation as a clean energy source.
Not 50 new laws. Fifty new crimes. That’s criminal.
The new film’s creators aim to spark conversations about global warming.
The one hundred mile trek was meant to amplify the pope’s message: globalization of migration requires a globalization of charity and cooperation.
A growing movement across the Pacific Northwest is gumming up the fossil-fuel works.
An innovative new program helps low-income families become homeowners while engaging in social change.
Investors who refuse to put their money into oil, gas, and coal may reap financial gains for doing the right thing.
South Korean activists are using balloons to send political and religious propaganda across the DMZ. They’re also endangering Koreans on both sides of the border.
We’re igniting some Wall Street heat.
Naomi Klein’s powerful new book cuts through the jargon to offer real solutions to climate change.
Participate in a dynamic and participatory workshop with a book signing about “Strengthening Social Movement Groups by Seeing Class Cultures,” and hosted by the Institute for Policy Studies’ Inequality and the Common Good project and others.
Women are joining together in creative ways to call for more sensible immigration policies.
Meet the Freedom Theatre staff and cast from Jenin Refugee Camp, Palestine in a visit to the Institute for Policy Studies as part of their inaugural U.S. tour.