Get your soul fed in this conversation with Emily Chittenden Laird. “It didn’t feel like a good use of my life.” Emily left DC to join the child advocacy movement in Appalachia.
What happens when workers are also the bosses? A conversation with John McMicken inside the Evergreen cooperative in Cleveland.
In the coalfields of Appalachia, there lives a job training program unlike any other. People get the community support they need, graduate with a 2-year degree, and best of all:…
Jen tells her story of going from angry parent to organizer to school board member.
If you could use a dose of pure courage, listen in to our conversation with Charlene Carrothers about the questions we must ask ourselves and how we find the courage to be unapologetic.
One way to stop gentrification is for the community to buy all the buildings itself. A grassroots organization called PUSH Buffalo now owns, manages, and has reimagined over 100 properties – all while never losing their edge as a powerful voice for change.