Think they’re entitled? Think again. Here’s how they're working to make the world a better place.
In Darfur, Sudan, we celebrated a bittersweet International Women’s Day.
A video that shows us what it's like to grow up in a dark place—and how we can help turn on the lights.
From kids’ play to hashtags, change starts with our individual actions.
A new map ranks inequality in the US and reminds me of the contrasts I grew up witnessing firsthand.
Journalists use it as a verb. Politicians treat it as an idea. But climate change is really a story about people.
From the Keystone XL pipeline to a corn field in central Africa, what a 10-year-old taught me about the global issue that affects us all.
Despite pressure on indigenous communities, people are finding ways to defend their rights.
“Despite decades of war, people continue to carry with them the hope for a better future for themselves and their children.”
We stand together against racial violence in America—for the sake of justice and equality everywhere.