The Action issue, published in Fall 2018, is dedicated to capturing the feelings of power and togetherness—and to changing the world. Inside, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg offers exclusive advice on having hope; Comedian Michelle Wolf, shares her favorite kid-friendly joke (and why comedians are so important); Chef and civil rights hero Leah Chase, owner of Dooky Chase’s, shares an amazing recipe for butter cake, plus some stories about the civil rights movement, which was planned in her New Orleans restaurant; New York City Marathon winner Shalane Flanagan offers tips on how to keep moving forward (even when you’re tired); The Guerrilla Girls offer tips on making protest posters and their mask so you can become an honorary member of the anonymous activist art collective; New Yorker Cartoonist Liza Donnelly offers a step-by-step tutorial on drawing funny (and thought-provoking) cartoons; Journalist Lisa Ling, host of CNN’s This is Life,
shares three important questions for understanding context in any story; National Book Award finalist Angela Flournoy, author of The Turner House,
shares an original, uplifting short story about a little girl in Detroit finding her power, her voice, and her community; Physicist Ximena Cid, Ph.D. illuminates the laws of motion with instructions for a DIY carnival striker and Newton’s cradle; and Biologist Sara Hallager, Smithsonian National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute,
takes us on a scavenger hunt to learn astounding facts about all the migrating creatures around us. Plus, we’ve got puzzles, games, a secret code, a word search, an epic dot-to-dot, a free poster and more! This issue is 64-pages—100% fun, 0% ads.