Publications tagged `SOCIAL JUSTICE`
Name Followers
The Establishment The conversation is much more interesting when everyone has a voice. Media funded and run by women; new content daily. 52,237
THOSE PEOPLE A black magazine for people too hip for black magazines. Get at us: stopthosepeople@gmail.com 49,465
CROSSIN(G)ENRES Poetry, fiction, and creative non fiction including memoir, personal essay, academic, experimental. Our work regularly deals with intersectional social justice, including HIV issues. All that and our eclectic collection of crazy dog stories too. 22,615
Th-Ink Queerly Think Queerly is a thought leadership publication that disects social & idelogical norms through critical analysis and personal narrative. Think Queerly’s mission is to create a more loving world by elevating human consciousness and liberating those oppressed by the status quo. 2,211
The Response Cartoonist collective on race, class, gender and culture 2,106
AFT Voices Raising up the voices of AFT members in preK-12 public education, higher education, healthcare and public services. 1,451
People's World Politics for the working class 1,351
AMPLIFY New voices and ideas from Global Health Corps, a community of nearly 1000 diverse young leaders worldwide united by the belief that health is a human right. We tell our own stories, honestly and thoughtfully, because this is where our activism begins. 885
Equal Future Social justice & technology. 878
Community Works Journal: Digital Magazine for Educators place as the context, service-learning as the strategy, sustainable communities as the goal 389
Brian — The Man Behind The Pen Recently, a man used my name as if it were a weapon. I am who I am, and this is my journey. 379
Bioneers Revolution from the Heart of Nature 363
Wikitongues Wikitongues is a non-profit platform for every language in the world. 358
Justice Poetic The Medium home for the poetry of Jenny Justice 342
Let Your Voice Be Heard! Radio EDUCATE. INFORM. EMPOWER. We talk politics, social issues, foreign policy, and pop culture from a diverse millennial perspective. 305