Hello, my name is Ruby L. “Sunshine” Taylor. My mother calls me Sunshine. I’m an award-winning independent filmmaker, author, and career social worker who has explored grief and healing, a traumatic brain injury and the beauty of black women through film. I’m a WOMAN, I’m Christian. I’m black. I’m a stutterer. And I’m a lesbian—but I didn’t always call myself that.
June 1, 2018 is a global day of online action for Guantánamo Bay prisoner Toffiq al-Bihani’s birthday. This year marks 16 birthdays that Toffiq has spent in Guantánamo. Join the campaign to get Toffiq out of Guantánamo by joining our Thunderclap now!
UNLEASH Lab debuted in 2017, convening 1,000 millennial thought leaders from 129 countries in Denmark, who formed teams and came up with ideas -- in seven different SDG-related themes, such as Water, Food, Education, etc. -- to try and achieve the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
This year, UNLEASH Lab moves to Singapore, where starting May 30, a new class of 1,000 talents will again work to try and achieve the SDGs. UNLEASH Lab will take place every year, with a new group of talents in a new country, until the year 2030, when the SDGs are hopefully achieved.
Workers in this country are subjected to a health care system that prioritizes the profit margins of corporations over the health of the very people they ought to be looking out for.
The time for Medicare for All is now.
Join our effort and add your voice in supporting America joining the rest of the industrialized nations of the world in offering universal health care to all of its people.
"Water should be clear, but not invisible," - that's one of the taglines of the "Water's Worth It" campaign by the Water Environment Federation. The New England Water Communication's Collaborative aims to harness the power of this campaign to help elevate, in the public's eye, the importance of water and how vital it is to our day-to-day lives. As a result, May has been named "Water's Worth It" month.