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Why We Incarcerate

If millennials are to undertake meaningful criminal justice reform, we must dare to center the communities our elders have ignored.

Why We Incarcerate

If millennials are to undertake meaningful criminal justice reform, we must dare to center the communities our elders have ignored.


Why Millennials Should Care about Antitrust

As the largest generation in today’s labor force, millennials have a key stake in antitrust and competition policy.


Straight Back to Compton

Why we should move back to our urban neighborhoods


We Got a Home in This Rock

Why Toni Morrison matters to how we talk about polarization


Ask Not What You Can Do for Your Community, Ask What Your Community Can Do for You

Addressing the gender disparities Non-Resident Indian millennials working abroad face when contemplating returning to India.


The Battle For Solar: An Increasing Trend of Acrimonious Disputes Over Net Metering

The nationwide conflict between utilities and the solar industry seemingly reached its breaking point in the sunny state of Nevada.


The Value of the FCC’s Public Interest Mandate in Empowering Community Voices

The elimination of the two media cross-ownership rules enables greater media consolidation and could jeopardize democratic values.


Morality and Movements: Mobilizing for Social Change

The Poor People’s Campaign is an important actor amongst social movement organizations in America


History, Holidays, and Home: Re-Thinking the History of Home this Holiday Season

The importance of reacquainting not just with the things about home that make you happy, also the uncomfortable reasons why you left home.


One Hometown at a Time: Transforming the American Political Landscape

Meaningful positive social and political change may depend on young people returning to conservative hometowns they once happily left.


Good Grief, It's Christmas

The holiday season is difficult for many people. By asking questions and listening openly, we can thoughtfully support them.


Looking for Little Syria

Arab-- and particularly Syrian-- people have been a mainstay of New York City's vibrant landscape for over 100 years.