After the election, universities are positioning themselves as sources of information about immigration rights.
Downtown Birmingham is poised to get a new grocery store and sleek food hub. Could they reverse the neighborhood’s status as a food desert?
What it takes to deliver 10,000 birds to needy families.
This newsletter encourages readers to develop the stamina for civic engagement.
A new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York places civic engagement at the forefront.
This start-up dispatches artists and activists to fill in for full-time instructors and teach kids new real-world skills.
Reports of hate crimes apparently tied to Donald Trump’s election are surging. Here’s how to be an active witness.
As alternatives to detention, school-based meditation programs help students cope with stress.
This charity delivers cold-weather essentials to people on the street.
A virtual-reality tour of the California city’s resilient art and music scene.
Some cities use them as tokens of civic pride. Others have scrapped them entirely.
Meet the group combating social isolation through cups of tea.
A new documentary charts the disappearance of iconic farm buildings, and makes the case for preserving them.
A new website tracks global wealth stratification through photographs of household items.
Meet the guy using high-tech tools to document rickety scare shacks.
In this film, a skateboarding hipster vampire takes on hostile spaces and the men who run them.
In Colin Dickey’s new book, Ghostland, ghost stories reveal history’s unspeakable truths.
Here’s your chance to write a culinary love letter for our new CityEats series.