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“Twice a year we hold a record sale here at the ARC, usually early in June and December. Each year approximately 200,000 recordings are donated to the ARC. We sort through these, make sure we have …

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Peace Fellows with the Advocacy Project

July 30, 2010 – 11:39 am
Peace Fellows

Tribal Truth previously covered the Advocacy Project, which you can read about here. An important part of the Advocacy Project is their Peace Fellows program, a program that gives graduate students the opportunity to work …

SurfAid International

July 29, 2010 – 2:52 pm
SurfAid International

SurfAid International came to our attention the other day when we were searching the internet, and we think they have a pretty incredible story.
Surfer/doctor Dave Jenkins went to the Mentawai Islands in search of the …

Nelson Mandela Foundation: “The Necessity of Art”

July 29, 2010 – 2:27 pm
The Necessity of Art: Reflections on Writers and Artists in Defeating Oppression and Deepening Democracy

The Nelson Mandela Foundation hosted a conversation between Achmat Dangor, Mongane Wally Serote, Nadine Gordimer, Elinor Sisulu, and Ariel Dorfman about the role of art in strengthening democracy.
The discussion entitled “The Necessity of Art: Reflections …

Donna Katzin

July 28, 2010 – 4:12 pm
Shared Interest, Investing in South Africa's Future, 16th Anniversary Awards Dinner

Donna Katzin is the Founding Executive Director of Shared Interest, an organization which has worked together with South Africans to start new businesses, open new doors, and strengthen South Africa’s economy. Since 1994, Shared Interest …

Dr. Cary Rasof

June 17, 2010 – 4:05 pm

Cary Rasof, a family practice physician pursued a career in medicine to serve the poor in developing countries. He has helped people all over the world, from Rwanda, India , and Papua New Guinea. He …

Dana Arbib and Farah Malik

June 8, 2010 – 2:36 pm
Dana Arbib and Farah Malik

. Dana and Farah—the former a Libyan Jew and the latter a Pakistani Muslim—decided to put their love of accessories to good use for both the consumer and the artisan. The resulting fashion line, A Peace …