Artist-turned-journalist Molly Crabapple shares the wisdom that led her to become one of the most determined – and effective – political voices of our time.
Gavyn Emery launched Keep Bristol Warm to encourage people to share clothes, time and love with the homeless, rather than cash - and he’s eager to see the idea spread across the UK.
Meet the skateboarders building a new community and fighting for space in a rapidly changing country.
Caledonia Curry aka Swoon is helping to resurrect the impoverished town of Braddock, Pennsylvania, through an ambitious art-driven renovation project.
Dr David Ores is on a quest to change lives by removing bad tattoos from former gang members, ex-convicts and victims of human trafficking - free of charge.
In our latest story from The Commuter Journal – a cycling paper made by Huck and Levi’s® Commuter™ – we meet Toronto’s all-girl gang The Deadly Nightshades, a creative cycling collective.
Paul Mason’s provocative theory argues the building blocks for a postcapitalist future are all around us. But can a young, tech-savvy grassroots overturn entrenched elites and rewrite the rules of the game?
Charity PhotoVoice empowers people too often denied a voice to tell their own stories through photography. Here, photographer 'Fruit of Love' explains how the project affected her.
Huck’s editor Andrea Kurland speaks at Tate Modern’s How to Change the World discussion, Saturday July 25.
Human Appeal release powerful video to challenge avoidable causes of suffering around the world, such as conflict, poverty and malnutrition.
Surfer and activist Easkey Britton explains how the first Surf + Social Good Summit will look at ways to harness the power of surfing to create positive change.