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.
Why Armin Rosen's article in The Atlantic tells a story about DRC that we need to hear.
Amy Wilentz's "Farewell, Fred Voodoo" doesn't pretend to have all the answers on Haiti, but the book does raise the right questions.
When I chat with music fans about Oxfam, I usually make it a point to ask how they learned about our work. It's not uncommon to hear that "Wes, the singer from Ra Ra Riot, gave me an Oxfam flyer at a show."
Former Oxfam-er David Wax brings his stories to life with a high-octane mix of rock, Mexican folk, and Americana.
The film "También la Lluvia" tells a powerful story about Bolivia, while never straying into preachy-land.
The WhyPoverty? campaign takes on big issues and asks difficult questions through the power of film.
Before the arrival of my son last year, I had big plans for the kind of child I would raise. He would be an excellent eater, eager to consume whatever I offered him. But reality intervened: At 16 months, he poked suspiciously at anything resembling a vegetable. With my sights set on our upcoming Thanksgiving […]
At the Lincoln Memorial, singer Ben Sollee calls for our leaders to just be honest. The lyrics are as basic and clear as he wishes politicians would be.