Why you should care
Sen. Al Franken Curates the PDB
People who are accelerating our culture and advancing the conversation – for good or for ill. You may not have heard of them yet – but you'll soon need to know 'em.
Alemayehu Wassie is fighting to protect church forests in his native Ethiopia, where they are hallowed grounds and sources of rich biodiversity.
Itaysha Jordan is one of the few female African-American fashion photographers and she’s bringing other Black talent into the spotlight.
Jonathan Kumar created Samaritan to help panhandlers shortchanged by an increasingly cash-free society.
Nathan Runkle founded Mercy for Animals when he was 15 years old; today its 130 employees are fighting to protect farmed animals from inhumane treatment.
Attorney and child advocate Maura McInerney is tired of inequality in education. And she’s prepared to fight to make a change.
Here’s a hint: It’s far from the enclaves of New York and San Francisco.
Hippies descended on Indiana for a festival to rival Woodstock. What they found was a swamp and lots of drugs.
OZY’s Third Rail is back. Could this solution put an end to the reports of shooting after shooting?