Remembering the anti-apartheid movement should inspire people to be on the right side of history on contemporary issues.
Increasing the minimum wage benefits workers and boosts the health of our democracy, too.
In the face of soaring economic inequality, Americans want a little more fairness.
The Big History Project, which serves up a condensed history of humanity in eight short lessons, ties in perfectly with reminiscing at Thanksgiving.
For James Ackley and his family, working together makes every day a little like Thanksgiving.
Council members went to the Pacific Science Center to see the exhibit, “Race: Are We So Different?” and it has prompted a valuable discussion because how people think about race affects almost all issues confronting the government.
The Whitman College community, faced with racist cyberbullying, quickly brings everyone to the table to address rifts in its culture.
Deo Niyizonkiza escaped death and the misery of Burundi, but the struggles of people in his village brought him back to help them repair their lives.
Districting can help good city government become more attuned to regular voters.
Two Buffetts feel urgency to make the world fairer for people who weren’t born with their advantages.
Research suggests ways to make people healthier and save tax dollars.