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“The Nazis, Arendt argues, furnished this deliberate disconnect from reality with what she calls “holes of oblivion.” (Today, we call them “alternative facts.”) In a searing testament to the power of speaking up, she considers …

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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 …

The Best of Eco-Tourism

November 2, 2010 – 3:49 pm
Safari in Kenya

According to the World Travel & Tourism Council, travel and tourism accounts for more than 230 million jobs worldwide, and it is the principle export for the world’s developing countries. Eco-tourism seeks to turn tourism …

PhotoPhilanthropy

November 1, 2010 – 2:12 pm
PhotoPhilanthropy

Photographers looking for work and non-profit organizations looking to document their work can find each other on PhotoPhilanthropy.
Founded in 2009, PhotoPhilanthropy is best known for its yearly photography contest. The Photophilanthropy Activist Award honors photographers …

AIDG

October 25, 2010 – 10:07 am
AIDG

Appropriate Infrastructure Development Group, or AIDG, is a different kind of NGO. AIDG understands that not every community is created the same way. Many communities are facing similar problems like access to electricity, clean water, …

Kalabante School and Artcirq

October 21, 2010 – 12:08 pm

What could a group of Inuit teenagers possibly have in common with impoverished children of Guinea, West Africa? As it turns out, people from all corners of the world all love the circus.
Cirque Eloise acrobats …