The impending arrival of medical marijuana in Washington DC highlights the federal government's mixed messages about weed.
Students at Chicago’s Social Justice High School use advanced math to better understand the foreclosure crisis, gentrification and deportations affecting their community.
For a subsidized housing program that really works, look to Vienna, Austria.
Below mass media’s radar, Palestinian activists have a long history of nonviolent resistance, including hunger strikes, prisoner resistance, and freedom rides.
Race Street Pier in Philadelphia is the model for a new idea to tackle urban blight along abandoned industrial waterfronts by establishing public access to new recreational areas.
To form true green politics in the United States, ecological groups need to become more political or politically sophisticated organizations need to develop a concern with ecology.
While President Obama’s May 23 speech did not signal a major change in the War on Terror, in addressing concerns about human rights for the first time, the speech demonstrated the antiwar movement’s growing power.
The fascinating story of Irvin Rosenfeld, one of only four people in the United States who the federal government provides medical marijuana to, and has been for the last 40 years.