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November 4, 2017 – 12:42 pm

“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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Brian Cassey

July 21, 2011 – 3:11 pm
Brian Cassey

Brian Cassey was born in London UK almost with a camera in his hand. (First camera was a VP Twin 127 Bakelite camera)
Brian spent his formative  and “interesting” teenage years playing and photographing football. …

Bijoyeta Das

July 11, 2011 – 2:07 pm
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Bijoyeta Das is a freelance photographer and multimedia journalist. She has reported from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Turkey and USA and holds a masters degree in Journalism from Northeastern University, Boston USA.
Das continues to document human-interest …

WARBY PARKER

April 19, 2011 – 4:09 pm
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Warby Parker started out as a collaboration between four friends who wanted to create an alternative to the overpriced and bland eyewear  available today. By circumventing traditional channels and engaging with their customers directly …

Harris Polls: Americans Donating Less, Volunteering More

November 9, 2010 – 12:01 pm
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Last week, Harris Polls published their most recent survey of American donations and volunteer work. They surveyed 2,620 adults across the country and asked questions about what causes are most important to them personally, their …

Root Capital

November 8, 2010 – 10:50 am
Root Capital

In Latin America and Africa, Root Capital is providing loans to small businesses and Fair Trade products to socially-minded consumers.
From coffee and honey in Tanzania to cotton and timber in Peru, Root Capital invests in …

CHF International

November 5, 2010 – 7:29 am
CHF International

CHF International was started in 1952 to provide low-income housing in the United States, but its mission and influence has long since moved past strictly housing in the United States to encompass health care, emergency …