GOOD

Announcing #100StartsWith1: 100 Little Ways to Change Your World in 100 Days

Changing your world is easier than you think. #100StartsWith1

Here at GOOD, we talk a lot about how important it is to be a global citizen—locally rooted, globally connected, inspired to make positive change. We’re also fully aware that “making the world a better place” sounds like a really big challenge.

Keep Reading
Articles

This month the GOOD Los Angeles team and 40 of our closest friends took to the streets of Watts to explore the landscapes of a neighborhood in transition. Led by the Watts-based bicycle groups the East Side Riders and Los Riderz, participants got a lesson on the rules of the road for urban cycling, took a tour of the neighborhood, and learned about its history and the issues it faces.

Keep Reading
Articles

Students and Teachers Join Forces for Social Change in East L.A.

Roosevelt High is hosting a day-long conference with the goal of catalyzing change in Boyle Heights and beyond.

Can a school drive social change in a neighborhood? It's an idea that seems to be gaining steam. Now students and staff at Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights, a mostly working class Latino community just east of downtown Los Angeles, are determined to make it happen. This Saturday the school is hosting "East Side Stories: Youth Transformation Across Los Angeles" (PDF) a public, day-long conference with the explicit goal of sparking transformative change in the community.

Keep Reading
Articles

Help Us Create an Aerial Photograph to Oppose Citizens United

We'll be taking part in a massive aerial photograph to protest the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision, and you're invited.


Mark your calendars: GOOD is mobilizing for a good cause. This weekend, we'll be teaming up with the folks at Interconnected to create a massive aerial photograph to protest the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision, and you're invited.

On Saturday morning, we'll gather at the "All In for the 99%" pop-up gallery in Los Angeles, where hundreds of people will organize into a giant "99%" symbol on the roof. The whole thing will be filmed from the air by a remote control octocopter, then turned into a video and photograph representing our collective opposition to the Citizens United ruling.

Keep Reading
Articles