• Welfare Drug Test

    Governor Walker Needs to Reconsider His New Drug Testing Policy

    In Wisconsin, whatever Governor Walker’s intentions may be with his drug testing policy, the evidence shows that to implement such a policy would condemn WI taxpayers to frivolous spending in order to catch insignificant amounts of users. Additionally, it is morally wrong to use taxpayer funds in order to violate the constitutional rights of the poor.

  • Homeless Alleviation

    Wrapping up the Homeless Alleviation campaign

    Through the generosity of our donors and hard work of a few volunteers, we were able to purchase the materials for, create, and deliver seventy two care packages that will be handed out to Madison’s homeless population if/when they cannot be admitted to shelters.

  • couples1

    Renovating Marriage For The Digital Age

    This article is not about who should be allowed to marry nor what constitutes a marriage, but rather where we feel as a society the point of interaction between love and government should be.

  • Opportunities for all

    Opportunities for All, Regardless of Ability

    Funding for companies that employ people with disabilities is being threatened across the nation. One woman tells a personal story and asks for your assistance.

  • Depression

    5 Tips to Avoiding “Compassion Fatigue”

    Fighting for a cause that we are passionate about and being deeply embedded in the activist lifestyle while amazing and rewarding can also be exhausting. Don’t let compassion fatigue get to you!

  • Marijuana War

    The Marijuana War – Part I

    What are the moral or ethical implications behind drug use and should those implications lead to regulated (or banned) consumption for people?

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Meet the Team

Meet the team behind Positive Activism. Click “Learn More” to read about our credentials, focus areas, hobbies, and quirks. We’ve got artists, writers, editors, founders, jokers, tokers, midnight okay you get the idea. But seriously, come check us out and learn…

About

About

Click “Learn More” to read about us from our founding to our future. Want the really short version instead? We are a passionate group of students inspiring other young people to get up and fight for what they believe in!…

Activist Artwork

Activist Artwork

Click “Learn More” to view our Social Action Artwork Gallery featuring work from Emily Giles, our resident artist/activist/superwoman. Emily uses her artistic talent to draw attention to myriad social issues including mental health, inequality, and positive change!

Recent Articles

Welfare Drug Test

Governor Walker Needs to Reconsider His New Drug Testing Policy

In Wisconsin, whatever Governor Walker’s intentions may be with his drug testing policy, the evidence shows that to implement such a policy would condemn WI taxpayers to frivolous spending in order to catch insignificant amounts of users. Additionally, it is morally wrong to use taxpayer funds in order to violate the constitutional rights of the poor.

couples1

Renovating Marriage For The Digital Age

This article is not about who should be allowed to marry nor what constitutes a marriage, but rather where we feel as a society the point of interaction between love and government should be.

Opportunities for all

Opportunities for All, Regardless of Ability

Funding for companies that employ people with disabilities is being threatened across the nation. One woman tells a personal story and asks for your assistance.

Homeless Alleviation

Wrapping up the Homeless Alleviation campaign

Through the generosity of our donors and hard work of a few volunteers, we were able to purchase the materials for, create, and deliver seventy two care packages that will be handed out to Madison’s homeless population if/when they cannot be admitted to shelters.

Learn More
Depression

5 Tips to Avoiding “Compassion Fatigue”

Fighting for a cause that we are passionate about and being deeply embedded in the activist lifestyle while amazing and rewarding can also be exhausting. Don’t let compassion fatigue get to you!

Learn More
Lwandle Eviction Site

In Response to Helen Zille’s “The Real Story Behind the Lwandle Evictions,” and her “Law of the Jungle” Comments.

At least in the jungle communities can live without fear of such crimes, and not have to wonder whether or not their own government will play politics with what remains of their lives.

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