By Kristen Grimm The groups that set the narratives about what happened during the COVID-19 crisis, what to do now, and what’s next will have outsized influence on who we hold responsible, who gets help, and what we do moving forward.
By Michael A. Seelig How standardized testing, gentrification, school choice, and economic downturn have widened inequality to create an existential threat to democracy.
By Joana Breidenbach Social change leaders can better advocate and find funding for well-being initiatives by creating a more authentic and deeper understanding of what it looks like and the difference it can make. Part of the Centered Self series.
By Dan Heath A new excerpt from Upstream asks, What if change happens one name at a time?
By Yael Caplan, Nick Stewart, Peter Smittenaar & Sema K. Sgaier By weaving together an unusual array of data into a simple measure of a community's vulnerability to COVID-19, health care practitioners can develop tailored interventions to help black Americans, who disproportionately bear the burden of the pandemic.
By Rachel Maxwell & Wray Irwin How embedding changemaking into the University of Northampton’s strategic plan enhances graduate employment potential.
By Deanna Van Buren & F. Javier Torres-Campos To meet the moment, we must begin by solving the crisis of imagination.
By Eric Glustrom & Brin Enterkin How Watson Institute is accelerating the careers of student leaders and entrepreneurs through innovative university partnerships.
By Genevieve Smith & Ishita Rustagi How nonprofit and business leaders can equitably and responsibly use AI systems in the fight against COVID-19.
By Heather Grady Breaking down silos means starting from intersectionality and emphasizing climate justice.