The Common Good

by Julie Polter
August 2014

Ninety-five percent of all economic gains in the U.S. since the Great Recession went to the top 1 percent. What does our growing wealth inquality mean for the future of democracy?

by Doris Bartel
August 2014

How community theater helped change a centuries-old tradition of kidnapping girls for marriage.

by Angie Schmitt
August 2014

Once an abandoned structure, the Bell Building offers "housing first"—and hope—to Detroit's homeless.

by Queen Quet, as told to Onleilove Alston
August 2014

The Gullah/Geechee Nation, extending from North Carolina to Florida, battles against corporate encroachment, environmental racism, and climate change.

by Asra Q. Nomani
August 2014

The Child Evangelism Fellowship targets children as young as 4—threatening them with hellfire and damnation—and runs "Good News Clubs" in public schools. Some parents have a problem with ...

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