Helping aspiring Americans and new immigrants succeed
Clearing pathways to a meaningful education
Strengthening the symbiosis between humanity and nature
Rethinking America's high schools
Creating real economic destiny in Chicago
Elevating leaders and models at the forefront of change
Provoking thought and strengthening democracy
A letter from Laurene Powell Jobs.
EJI opened a museum and memorial to deepen conversations about race and poverty.
As the Muslim Ban heads to the Supreme Court, we stand in solidarity with Muslim communities.
By helping individuals to achieve their dreams, we unleash the full force of the world’s most powerful resource: human potential.
For every student, every immigrant, every individual and community, every part of nature, every innovation, any and every chance, we do what we can to unstack the deck.
Teacher Appreciation Week is an aspirational week. In order to truly appreciate teachers in America, we must elevate the teaching profession and recognize its value.
Mike is an American citizen. Claudia is a Dreamer. The married couple is living in uncertainty of what the future holds.
Elemental Excelerator helped spur legislation that will help the state solidify its role as the country's clean energy leader.
Alejandro G. Iñárritu's groundbreaking virtual reality installation opens in the nation's capital.
Young men from Chicago CRED join 400+ students from Chicago in the nation's capital to stand up for gun control.
From students in Parkland to the granddaughter of a civil rights icon, here are 7 of XQ's favorite quotes from the March For Our Lives.
Emerson Collective President Laurene Powell Jobs on the abolition of DACA.
This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it.