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Black and white illustration of a policeman walking on top of a crowd of peaceful protestors holding signs
Featuring Work by World-Class Artists, These Billboards Advertise Activism
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A bright red toilet building with angled entrances and the Tokyo cityscape in the background.
These Public Toilets in Tokyo Promote Good Design and Inclusivity
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Michael Pinsky's Pollution Pod domes, with people inside and out.
Artist Michael Pinsky’s Climate-Action Plan: “Pollution Pods”
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An earthen sculpture in a gallery.
In “Social Works,” Antwaun Sargent Explores the Connections Between Space and Black Social Practice
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A man wearing gold ear jewelry underwater.
An Expressive Jewelry Line That Celebrates the Devices Worn by Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People
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A classic ice cream truck in the summer.
A New Ice Cream Truck Jingle, Created by Wu-Tang Clan Rapper RZA
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Samora Pinderhughes. (Photo: Ray Neutron)
Stories of Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated People, Reflected in a Soul-Stirring Album
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An assortment of brightly colored fruits and vegetables in close up.
The Ugliest, Most Delicious Produce You’ll Ever Eat
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Orange and red hot sauces, unlabeled.
How a California Entrepreneur Is Profoundly Fixing Food Waste
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Jon Gray in an black t-shirt and zip-up smock on a white brick background.
Ghetto Gastro Brings Its Food-Centric Message of Inclusion and Unity to Japan
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Clinical psychologist Margaret Klein Salamon.
This New Online Forum Lets Anyone Air Their Anxieties About the Climate Crisis
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Beatrice Galilee writing in a notebook with her laptop before her.
Beatrice Galilee’s New Architecture Conference Takes a Whole-Earth Perspective
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Matt Jozwiak in light snow in front of a brick wall.
A Veteran Chef Fights Food Insecurity With His Nonprofit
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A crinkled green tote bag on a white plinth.
A Waterproof, Washable Bag That’s Actually Environmentally Friendly
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Purple aurora borealis in a Teresita Fernández piece.
Artist Teresita Fernández’s “Archipelago-Like Existence”
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Harriet Tubman's face stamped onto a $20 bill.
Harriet Tubman’s Face Can Appear on a $20 Bill After All
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A photograph of a woman in a bright red dress on the beach.
Antwaun Sargent’s New Tome to Black Image-Making in Fashion Today
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Ted Gioia in front of a large window.
Jazz Critic and Historian Ted Gioia’s “Subversive Songs” Playlist
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Michael W. Twitty sitting with a plate of biscuits in front of a large open fireplace.
Michael W. Twitty Unpacks the Overlooked History of Southern Food
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A yellow microphone on a concrete background.
Rashid Johnson Wants You to Speak Your Mind
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Sky High Farm Workwear’s recycled denim chore coat and double-knee pants. (Photo: ​​Ramie Ahmed)
Clothes Fit for Modern Farmers, With a Message
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Ghetto Gastro members behind their black and red blender, toasters, coffee maker, and air fryer.
Make Space on Your Counter for Ghetto Gastro’s New Kitchenware Line
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A roll of Who Gives a Crap "Emergency Roll!!" toilet paper in orange wrapping.
This Cheekily Named Toilet Paper Brand Truly Gives a Crap
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Angela Glover Blackwell looking into a microphone, in front of a blue background.
Angela Glover Blackwell’s Great, Galvanizing Podcast
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Poster for the Lost Tapes of the 27 Club
These A.I.-Generated Songs Raise Awareness About Mental Health in the Music Industry
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A large crowd protesting for Black Lives Matter in New York City.
Lawyer-Turned-Photographer Cindy Trinh on Documenting New York City Protests
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A collective house near the Catholic mission on the Catrimani River in the Roraima state of Brazil, photographed by Claudia Andujar in 1976. (Courtesy the artist)
The Cosmovision of the Yanomami People and the Violent Forces That Threaten Them
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