Claudia Sparrow on experiencing life through the lens of an imperiled environmental activist for her new film, Maxima.
Slaxx writer-director Elza Kephart charts her journey from a 1980s kid to a genre filmmaker driven by climate and environmental issues.
Muta'Ali, director of the documentary Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn, takes a frank look at how each of us can impact the present moment.
Folk singer and special education teacher Konrad Wert talks the importance of the stage as a platform for activism.
AJ Haynes (Seratones) on her unexpected career as a patient advocate and Hope Medical Group's upcoming Supreme Court case.
Bassist Taylor Graham on how the band uses their music to fight food insecurity.
Leah Capelle on how activism is the responsibility of all artists.
The activist-musicians discuss their experiences being incarcerated and their work in the movement for a more humane justice system.
Adam Baran is energized by the French drama about AIDS activists, and offers up a list of ways those similarly inspired can get involved.
Director Sabaah Folayan discusses her complex feelings around the success she's experienced with her debut documentary.