Art Resist: Back-to-School Reading List for the Conscious Soul

In today’s political climate, the discourse children overhear is often volatile and harmful in that the devaluing of certain peoples’ lives have become almost normal. Thus, in spirit of the back-to-school sales, ARO have compiled a list of picture books that were either written by refugees themselves or by those close to them. As an…

Speak Up from Côte d’Ivoire

By Mallory Cohen Many Americans living abroad discuss feeling isolated in their homes overseas in the aftermath of Trump’s election. When I moved to Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire this February, I had many questions about how I could continue to fight the injustices taking place in the US while living thousands of miles away. I wasn’t…

PAGE Act Now: Letter to the Editor

Action taken from Progressive Action Global Exchange Write a letter to your local/hometown paper, urging your Senators to oppose the repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Based on input from PAGE members, we’ve developed a draft letter that you can adapt! The GOP continues to try to ram their travesty of a health care bill…

Art Resist: “REFUGEES WELCOME,” says Madrid

“REFUGEES WELCOME” Photo taken by SC Yeowoo. Madrid, Spain As I was strolling by the Plaza de Cibeles, the neo-gothic symbol of  Madrid, I saw the banner flying loud and proud. Having lived in the south of Spain for a few months, my head immediately swam with the thoughts I had went through and then…

One Woman’s Spiritual Path to the American Resistance by Karen McCann

By Karen McCann This piece is by blogger and activist Karen McCann, who has launched the Women of the American Resistance series where she features the great work of women activists around the world. This video was originally published on the 24th of June 2017, and is shared with permission of the author. ​Every journey teaches…

Indivisible from Ecuador

By Naomi Herndon As an expat coming from the United States, living in Ecuador for almost 3 years has been a great experience. There is so much to see and do and learn. Although I enjoy my new home, the United States will always be a very important part of me. I love the U.S…