Interviews

The Young Women Fighting to Save Chinatowns
A street view of New York Chinatown. People walking on the sidewalk, busy street lined with cars, and snowflake center-streamers connect from parallel buildings.

The Young Women Fighting to Save Chinatowns

As Chinatowns around the world reel from racial and economic injustice, young women are organizing to save these iconic neighborhoods.

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Reader Profile: Megan McClendon
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Reader Profile: Megan McClendon

The ARD is only possible because of the commitment of its subscribers and readers. Everyday people committed to transforming themselves and the society around them are our best hope for the future.

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Fighting for Visibility for Disabled Asian Americans
Three profile pictures of three Asian Americans in outdoor scenery. First, Megan Liang sitting outdoors at a restaurant with pizza in front of them; Jennifer Lee standing by a railing; Xuan Truing in a wheelchair in a green space.

Fighting for Visibility for Disabled Asian Americans

The AADI is creating a space for disabled Asian Americans to share their stories and be seen and heard in an ableist and anti-Asian society.

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Reader Profile: Sabine Won
A person holds a green sign that says "embrace empathy" with a red heart underneath.

Reader Profile: Sabine Won

The ARD is only possible because of the commitment of its subscribers and readers. Everyday people committed to transforming themselves and the society around them are our best hope for the future.

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An “Unacceptable Escalation” Against Peaceful Protestors
A group of people in a forest with their faces blurred out pose next to a cloth sign that says, "Atlanta Forest to Strefi Hill and the squats of Athens Greece defend free spaces."

An “Unacceptable Escalation” Against Peaceful Protestors

A protest movement to stop Cop City and protect an Atlanta forest continues despite a brutal police raid on the protest encampment.

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Reader Profile: Dr. Linda Grace Solis
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Reader Profile: Dr. Linda Grace Solis

The ARD is only possible because of the commitment of its subscribers and readers. Everyday people committed to transforming themselves and the society around them are our best hope for the future.

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Tiny from POOR Magazine on Radical Redistribution
A group of people pose for a picture in front of a mural. The mural says "Homefulness" and shows different scenes of people and folks protesting with signs that read "We are not trash stop sweeping us" and "landback so houseless indigenous people can build homes."

Tiny from POOR Magazine on Radical Redistribution

A poor and Indigenous people-led movement is changing how poor people are discussed and empowering their own solutions by centering themselves.

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Fighting “Penn-ification” with the People’s Townhomes
Five people from the People's Townhomes stand in a row with their backs turned and right fists in the air. The back of their shirts read "stop displacing Black communities." Red posters on the concrete pillar in front of them say "eviction = murder," "housing is our human right," and "stop the sale" in white ink.

Fighting “Penn-ification” with the People’s Townhomes

West Philly residents from the People’s Townhomes are fighting to maintain accessible housing for families and seniors. 

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Right to Be: How to Use Bystander Intervention to Combat Harassment
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Right to Be: How to Use Bystander Intervention to Combat Harassment

Bystander intervention is a tool to empower people to intervene when witnessing harassment against marginalized people.

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The Violence Inherent to Unhoused Encampment Sweeps
A small group of demonstrators protest on a street corner. Most are holding signs and a banner reads. "Act Up, Fight Back" with a pink, big triangle in the center. Another person is talking with a microphone.

The Violence Inherent to Unhoused Encampment Sweeps

Cities throughout the country are tackling homelessness by issuing encampment sweeps, further displacing unhoused people.

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