When the pandemic first began back in 2020, tens of millions of people across the country were left with little to no food. In an attempt to combat severe food shortages, reduce food waste and unite neighbors, communities came together and created the free fridge program.
By Amedeo Max Bettauer, age 10 and IndyKids staff Tod Robbins, the founder of Utah Valley Mutual Aid, received a call from a woman speaking Spanish, a language he was rusty in and hadn’t practiced since college. But he knew from her voice that she was desperate. So he called Cesar, a Spanish-speaking volunteer within …
Meet Taté Walker, Editor of Native Peoples magazine. As a Lakota woman, Taté advocates for many issues, including fair and accurate media representation, to lift up Native American communities.
Are you passionate about promoting healing and knowledge within your ethnic community? Or, are you interested in supporting a community as an ally? Someday you could be a scholar activist, like Aiesha Turman.
Cyclists from across the world are building peace with help from a growing community called Warm Showers.
As public libraries disappear because of defunding, Little Free Libraries are thriving. In 2010, Todd Bol started this community-book-sharing program in Wisconsin.
Bronx-based hip-hop group Rebel Diaz is using its musical influence to bring the local community together and create powerful, positive change.