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The way we make and use stuff is harming the world—and ourselves. To create a system that works, we can’t just use our purchasing power. We must turn it into citizen power.
Fair trade is good, but it still leaves cocoa growers in poverty. Here’s how to do better.
Flor Molina took her human trafficking story to the California capitol to lobby for change.
Human Goods’ new collaboration with YES! Magazine digs into how we can rehumanize our often exploitative relationships with the people who make our stuff.
For those who insist they would have been abolitionists during the Civil War, there’s still time to become one.
This Valentine’s Day, join the worldwide walkout to end violence against women.
What one writer discovered when she traced a Christmas gift’s roots.
150 years after the Emancipation Proclamation, it’s time to recognize domestic labor as real work that should be protected.
India has been reeling in the wake of a brutal gang rape and murder. While some are pushing legalization of prostitution in the wake of the horrific crime, Ruchira Gupta believes legitimizing it will only support the myth of male supremacy.
With all the laws on the books, why are migrants still exploited in the places that claim to bring “freedom” to the world?