As capitalism continues to enrich the wealthiest at the expense of everyone else, it’s easy to feel defeated. But there are other stories to tell—the stories of communities full of generous people who are finding ways to lift each other up. In this issue you'll learn how to build solidarity economies based on joy. From how we shop to how we build our homes and livelihoods, we can help bring justice—and joy—to others.
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Because two Seattle homeowners were willing to make space, a 75-year-old man who’s been homeless for years now has a house and a community.
Meet the morticians offering compassionate practices for dealing with death.
New research shows that shuttling even 5 percent of consumer transactions to poorer neighborhoods can reduce income inequality by up to 80 percent.
Five out of six people behind bars awaiting trial are there simply because they can’t afford bail. Community bail funds offer a solution