Who Are You Calling Anti-Science?
Why Each Side of the Partisan Divide Thinks the Other is Living in an Alternate Reality
Continuing the Fight for LGBT Equality: A Conversation with Anastasia Khoo
Posted: May 11, 2016
As a big player in the movement for LGBT equality, the Human Rights Campaign has used all the tools they have to stop the recent anti-LGBT bills introduced across the south. From organizing celebrities and business leaders, to leading marches in the street, HRC is on the frontline of this movement. We talked with Anastasia Khoo, chief marketing officer for HRC and the brain behind many of their famous social media campaigns about this fight and what HRC is doing to win.
Seven Minutes in Heaven with Scientist Troy Campbell
Posted: April 14, 2016
What happens when a science prodigy loves literature and people? Troy Campbell, the frank 2016 $10k research prize winner. We talked with Campbell about his research, winning the prize and what it was like to attend frank for the first time.
The 5 Climate Change Communication Studies You Need to Know
This is Our Time: A Call to Troublemakers
Stump Speech: “School-to-Prison Pipeline”
5 Black Artists Driving Change that You Need to Know
Posted: February 11, 2016
Art provides a unique engine for driving social change. In it's various forms, art can foster empathy through storytelling and provide a face for various issues. From poetry to visual art to music, art can reach new audiences in ways that touch their lives, give them hope and inspire them to take action. So, here are five black artists you need to know.
Digital communications aid a dying democracy in Latin America
Posted: December 17, 2015
For the first time in 17 years and 20 national elections, the Venezuelan opposition overwhelmingly won two thirds (112/167) of the National Assembly’s seats with a noticeable participation of 75% of voters on Sunday, December 6, 2015. The political event is not only, as The New York Times highlights, a rare victory, but also an example of how a political organization circumvented governmental media censorship and control with digital communications technologies.
5 Climate Communication Studies to Get You Ready for COP21
Posted: December 3, 2015
As the COP21 Paris negotiations on the climate wind up, the world waits to see whether our leaders will take the necessary steps to prevent catastrophic climate change. Climate advocates from around the globe have been taking – and continue to take – extraordinary steps to mobilize in hopes of pressuring political leaders to do the right thing. But regardless of the outcome of the Paris talks, the work on climate change will go on.