As President John Adams said, "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence."
To truly "Reinvest in America" we must have both of these parallel tracks to grow in health and power: legislative action
Environmental issues had a marginal impact on this year's elections. This hard truth, and the strong pro-fossil-fuel tilt of President-elect Trump's cabinet, are a wake-up call for the U.S. environmental movement.
Girls are front and center. This year, the selection process for the With and For Girls Awards focused specifically on recognizing
In August 2016, One World Children's Fund, ACODEV and the African Diaspora Network convened the first Grassroots Forward meeting and workshop in Kampala, Uganda. More than 50 participants from over 10 countries across Africa spent the day together to discuss how we can push Grassroots Forward.
I got some help identifying and vetting these organizations from my team, as well as from a very knowledgeable friend at
In every ocean, sharks are highly sought out... By one another and by the human race for their meat and for their valuable fin, often used in cuisine and trading.
Tim Canova, who's trying to unseat former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz in the House, has raised a greater share of his funds from small donors so far than any other congressional candidate.
"What happens in a room when you are present cannot happen on the printed page or on the screen."
People who believe in and act on these tenets can properly be called members of the establishment. Anyone who believes that "rulers and ruled" are "we and them" fairly belongs in that group. These people - the ones with a vested interest in government - are the ones the public should hasten into retirement.
Brexit! In our latest sign of populist political dissatisfaction, the British voted last night to leave the European Union. Voters in declining industrial cities left behind by the global economy provided the decisive margin, which ought to give American economic and political elites a serious jolt.
We welcome our seven newest seed grant recipients to the family! Yolanda Price and Darrick Price, Chain-Breakers Project
At One World Children's Fund, we have invested time, money, and trust in our grassroots partners. 1) Provide more than $2.5
The countless numbers of volunteers who spend hours phone banking, canvassing, hosting events, and numerous other activities
The 15th annual Gladys Ricart and Victims of Domestic Violence Memorial Walk kicked off at Monroe College in the Bronx on Saturday, September 26, 2015. The march is named after Gladys Ricart, who was murdered on her wedding day by her abusive ex-boyfriend on September 26, 1999.
A growing number of Sanders supporters believe that Bernie's key to winning Western States with more than 60% of the vote is to have his campaign immediately shift millions from planned media buys and use the money to fund grassroots efforts.
In the past few months, two events of note have taken place: InterVarsity Christian Fellowship invited Michelle Higgins, active in Black Lives Matter, to speak at their triennial mission conference and Wheaton College suspended Dr. Larycia Hawkins after her public efforts to establishing better relationships with Muslims.