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Why Fixing Climate Change is Women’s Work

Yes! Magazine By Kate Stringer  Marla Smith-Nilson has completed more than 1,500 water sanitation projects as founder and executive director of Water1st International, but there’s a moment she still anticipates at the completion of each one. At every ribbon-cutting ceremony…
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Why Every Student Matters

The California Endowment by: Adriana Diaz-Ordaz Health Equity Fellow, Greenlining Institute March and April of 2013 proved to be two of the most exciting months for leaders on the education front in the Long Beach, South Los Angeles and Boyle…
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Whose Renaissance Is It?

Teaching Tolerance By Jay Ehrenhalt When Chris Dolgos noticed upscale boutiques cropping up in Rochester, New York’s trendy South Wedge neighborhood, he knew there was more going on in his city than just gentrification. Rochester’s downtown revitalization allowed Dolgos, a…
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