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How Black Farmers Are Trying To End Centuries Of Racism In America's Food System
Prejudice, violence, and poverty have pushed black farmers off their land. A growing movement is calling for reparations.
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Residents See Trailer Parks As Home. Investors See Them As Cash Cows.
Meet the mobile home owners fighting back.
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Why America Can’t Solve Homelessness
As the face of homelessness changes, politicians cling to limited policy ideas and quick fixes.
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This Law Has Saved Millions Of American Lives. The Trump Administration Wants To Gut It.
The Clean Air Act shows the power of Congress to change lives.
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Kids In America Are Missing School Because They Can't Afford Toothpaste And Tampons
So teachers are stocking "hygiene pantries" in their classrooms to provide kids with essential personal care items.
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Species Are Going Extinct At An Unprecedented Rate — Here’s Why You Should Care
Saving plants and animals from extinction isn't just our duty, it's our salvation.
Shocking New Report On Loss Of Nature Paints A Terrifying Picture For The Future Of Humanity
Up to 1 million species are at risk of extinction.
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This Presidential Hopeful Has A Plan To Make Every Baby A Trust Fund Baby
The wealth gap starts at birth. Cory Booker has a plan to fix it.
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This City Has A Radical Plan To Get Rid Of Bosses
As the baby boomers retire, Berkeley, California, wants them to sell their businesses to their workers.
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How Linda Garcia Risked Everything To Keep Big Oil Out Of Her Community
Now she's being recognized as a Goldman Environmental Prize winner.
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This Is Why Canadian Universities Don't Have College Admissions Scandals
Canada's best colleges don't care who your parents are.
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The Dirty Secret Behind The Perfect Fruits And Vegetables At Your Grocery Store
And why Instagram isn't helping.
I Volunteered At 200 Food Banks Across The U.S. Here’s What I Learned About Hunger In America.
I realized I had no idea how many hungry people there were all around us.
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This Sci-Fi Plan To Beat Rising Seas Could Change The Way We Live – If It Works
The U.N has endorsed the plan but some climate experts are skeptical.
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The Radical Way Berlin Plans To Solve Its Housing Crisis
A ban on mega-landlords and a rental freeze are two ideas being hotly debated.
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The Country Winning The Battle On Food Waste
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South Korea has managed to increase food waste recycling levels from 2 percent to 95 percent.
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I Won’t Be Buying Groceries For A Full Year. Here’s How I’m Surviving.
Can someone with minimal food growing experience grow and forage 100 percent of what they eat for a year?
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This One Idea Can Save Us From Climate Breakdown, Say Campaigners
But it's being almost totally overlooked.
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How A Pot Shop And Bank Show Socialism In Action In Capitalist America
Public ownership may terrify some in the U.S. but these four enterprises show it's already far more common than many people realize.
I Didn't Buy Any Clothes For A Year. Here's How It Changed Me.
"Bank statements served as a permanent reminder of my fast fashion addiction long after the forgettable pieces I’d bought, worn and tossed had headed to a landfill."
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We’re Already Seeing The Health Effects Of Pesticides – Just Not Where You’d Expect
The risk of pesticides to the health of consumers is disputed but there is another group of people already seeing severe impacts.
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Jacinda Ardern Faced Tragedy With Action And Empathy. We Should All Learn From Her.
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The New Zealand prime minister's reaction to the Christchurch mass shootings shows we can break out of default reactions of numbness and denial.
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Why People In Finland Are So Much Happier Than Americans
To be the happiest country, having the top economic growth isn't necessarily the answer. Are you listening, U.S.?
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The Rise Of The Repair Movement Is An Antidote To Dangerous Overconsumption
Our consumption culture comes at a heavy cost. But it doesn’t take much to fix our broken stuff.
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Childcare Is Broken In America. Washington D.C. Has A Plan To Fix It.
Parents are finding access to affordable, quality childcare nearly impossible. Washington, D.C., wants to be the model of how to fix that.
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The Rapid Decline Of The Natural World Is A Crisis Even Bigger Than Climate Change
A three-year UN-backed study from the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform On Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services has grim implications for the future of humanity.
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