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Tackling mass incarceration, transgender rights, and more...

How climate change will worsen poverty, sickness and violence, and slow down the benefits of a modernizing society. Which begs the question: Is it possible to “de-wonkify” climate change warnings and actually get people to listen and act? (Associated Press, Foreign Policy)

Tackling mass incarceration by engaging and transforming young men at the “deep end” of the criminal justice system. (The New York Times)

Does economic growth translate to social progress? (Skoll Foundation)

“Amid widespread despair about national politics, cities have become new sources of hope.” (The Nation)

How trans rights became the civil rights struggle of a younger generation. (Policy Mic)

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Does sprawl matter for social mobility? Visualizing 200 years of it in Paris, São Paulo, and Los Angeles. (The Washington Post, Atlantic Cities)

 

Previously
  • March 28: The stunning winner of World Press Photo of the Year, traveling the length of the U.S.-Mexico border.
  • March 21: The economic case for LGBT rights, affordable housing that doesn’t crush the soul, filmmakers pushing at boundaries of their genre.
  • March 14: Addressing inequality in Latin America, gender parity in the workplace, revealing broadband maps.