Sam Daley-Harris is healing the break between people and the government, one piece of political will at a time. His book "Reclaiming our Democracy" tells how.
If we are truly committed to helping people find ways to get involved, whether they have five minutes or five years to give, then we must value contributions (what Gladwell termed “sacrifice”) all along the spectrum.
Less rain and snow have meant shortages of clean water for cooking and cleaning. And many men have left for the cities to earn money as wage laborers, sometimes forcing older sons to leave school to help their mothers.
Almost everyone who works or volunteers at Oxfam has had an "epiphany moment." But I might be the only one inspired to activism by a Rock & Roll Hall of Famer.
Today's college students are making activism cool again.