Josephine Cooper writes about finding her way back to the dance floor later in life.
Jordan Hernandez talks with three female skateboarders in communities around Oregon about overcoming fear and stereotypes and loving the sport.
Geologist Ruby McConnell writes about how coastal homeowners' efforts to save their properties from rising sea levels put their neighbors at risk—and how she became responsible for the riprapping of Rockaway Beach.
Leslie Ann McMillan, an enrolled Chinook member, writes about how her people's lands were stolen and how they are starting to reclaim them.
Madeline Baars Brandt writes about her experience of driving girls to visit their incarcerated mothers.
In an excerpt from his new memoir, The Eclipse I Call Father, poet David Axelrod writes about his grandfather's effort to teach him to defend himself from bullies.