Sasha Huber’s work often involves renaming colonial landmarks, including a mountain in Switzerland.
A historian highlights the role of Frances Willard, who helped found the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, one of the major social movements of the 19th and 20th centuries.
An environmental health lawyer explains why some states have weaker rules than others, and how you can make your concerns heard.
A recent study highlights how mass surveillance of Muslim communities by Canadian intelligence is based on racist stereotypes about Muslims.
The conceptual, technical, entrepreneurial and interpersonal skills that make a good leader are crucial to every profession and activity. Developing them will enrich your life.
Bayard Rustin led a long and complicated life dedicated to the fight for equal rights. Targeted by the FBI, Rustin became a close adviser to Martin Luther King Jr.
The US PEPFAR initiative has brought HIV medication to millions of people globally. Behind this progress are the activists that pressured politicians and companies to put patients over patents.
From throwing soup over works of art to waving tortillas in the street, what we eat is a powerful emblem of what we want.
When people work together, they can move governments to action. Just ask the suffragettes. Still, few people do it. A psychologist explains why, and how to turn that around.
Disabled Twitter users will be cut off from opportunities to tell their stories and collaborate internationally.
Fans hoping to find an incisive message about the climate crisis in the Avatar sequel will be disappointed, as a geopolitical climate expert explains.
To make men’s soccer a more inclusive space, organizers and players must put allyship above profits and winning.
The erasure of indigenous people living in Windhoek before the German colonisers arrived has angered activists.
In a rousing speech, one of the “organisers” of the rebellion muses on the lifelong struggle of activists and wades into the debate on the best way to effectively resist.
Activists aren’t necessarily more aggressive than in the past, but they are using creative and sometime shocking new tactics that quickly go viral.
Young Ukrainian activists are organising ‘repair raves’ to combine activism and dance in helping rebuild.
Climate protesters are destabilizing the idea that public galleries are safe spaces for works of art, held in public trust.
There are risks in biting the hand that feeds you. But sporting bodies that don’t consider their stakeholders’ values will be left at the start line.
It might be provocative but this sort of direct action is important.
She eventually decided to become a public school teacher so she could influence a new generation of Americans.