Because of high prices and low accessibility, poor and rural communities are the least likely to subscribe to high-speed internet.
This nonprofit gives its fellows resources, mentorship, and the chance to tell the stories of their city.
In her latest project, Svea Josephy uses blueprints to explore a city’s spaces.
A recent report from the World Resources Institute examines what happens when water quality data is inaccessible to local communities.
Texas’s S.B. 5 voting ID law, struck down last week, could have had serious consequences for minority voters impacted by Tropical Storm Harvey.
As sea levels rise and Miami’s wealthier residents flee inwards, neighborhoods like Little Haiti may become victims of climate gentrification.
The Illinois TRUST Act is an effort to resist federal pressure to crack down on undocumented immigrants.
Páraic Gloughlin’s short film, Chase examines how natural and unnatural spaces tap into how it feels to be alive in a city.
A new seal, a new name, and most importantly, new signs that people will actually read.
Mayor Greg Fischer is serious about making Louisville a kinder place in an increasingly angry nation.
There’s a few things kids can do to influence how adults view biodiversity, according to a new study.
When it comes to sustainability in urban centers, the West Coast is faring better than the rest of the country.
These churches and mosques assist their congregations with everything from civic rights to the college application processes.
Author and filmmaker Vivek Bald is highlighting the lost history of South Asian immigrants in America.
A local coalition is training Oakland’s brick-and-mortar employees in everything from de-escalation tactics to emergency medical care.