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Our favorite writers, comedians, critics, and poets who are sure to add some meaningful content to your daily scrolls.
The role of a social impact executive signifies an organization's commitment to social consciousness—here’s what the role entails.
The evolving media landscape proves that not all activism is explicit: there’s a subtle, creative shift that’s making an impact on the world beyond the screen.
Without having to dive into any Form 990s, here is how we evaluate how well a charity carries out its mission.
Empathy is the ability to understand what another person is going through—it’s a skill we must practice constantly to better ourselves.
Reconnecting with your cultural background takes time and patience—our editor shares why it’s worth it, and why it’s never too late.
Instagram creates a path for anyone—no matter their gender, size, or race—to build a platform and use their voice for the betterment and inclusion of all.
Environmental justice is the intersection of both social justice and environmentalism—here’s why it’s essential for a truly sustainable future.
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News outlets, social media accounts, and newsletters that will keep you up-to-date on the latest environmental policy news.
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These six powerful books written by Native & Indigenous American authors will challenge limiting beliefs and expand your worldview.
As conscious consumers, it's essential to vocalize our objections to make a positive difference for the people making our clothes and goods.
These podcasts get up close and personal, and offer listeners a safe space to learn about and process mental health issues.
While it’s important to vote with our dollars for a better future and shop consciously, we must remember that making an impact goes beyond what we spend our money on.
A look at what we learned at The Heart Series, an event for social impact entrepreneurs and innovative leaders of today’s most impactful companies.
These black women promote wellness and self-care within the black community and remind the world that wellness isn’t whiteness.
YouTube is home to thousands of sustainable and intentional living vloggers making useful and engaging content—here are nine of our favorites.
Our favorite sustainable living podcasts are packed with knowledge and inspiration to fuel your own conscious lifestyle choices.
Created especially for the well-read and informed woman, here are our favorite daily newsletters to read each morning.
The ethical fashion space is not exempt from criticisms about discrimination, inclusivity, and diversity. Here’s where it’s succeeding—and where it must improve.
Our favorite ways to serve the community that serves us during the holiday season—and beyond.
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