December 06, 2019

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Tilt-Shift, Stop-Motion Squatting In Hillside Haiti

A few miles outside Port-au-Prince is a government-established camp for displaced people - Camp Corail, the only "official" camp in Haiti.

A glimpse into Harvard's 'No One Leaves' project

A way to stop the tide of evictions ravaging low-income neighborhoods.

Why We Need Net Neutrality - The Root

Too many black politicians and front orgs funded by tel giants are working against interests of African Americans.

Living and Hoping in These Tough Times

Author, communicator and dancer Martin Keogh asked environmentalists, artists, CEOs, grassroots organizers, religious and indigenous leaders, scientists and concerned citizens how they find...

What Will It Take To Feed The Hungry?

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon Like just about every other American, right now I am obsessed with thoughts and plans about food....

Growing a Forest, and Harvesting Jobs

Zapotec Indians in Mexico have become exemplars of community forest ownership and management.

Oh Nuts!

Be careful what kinds of promises you make.

Cities as Hubs of Energy and Climate Action

NYC and LA go to work for C40 - group of large cities committed to tackling climate change.

Group Supports Struggling Cities

More than $80 million in grants, loans and investments were awarded Thursday to fund five U.S. cities' initiatives to help low-income communities.

How Obama's Green Policies Benefit Blacks

Planning for a future in which low-income communities of color have opportunity to thrive in the green economy.




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