“I remember the first time I ever met a refugee,” recalls Doug Hewitt, Co-Founder of 1951 Coffee Company, a specialty coffee nonprofit that provides job training and employment to the refugee community in the San Francisco Bay Area. As a

“I decided to apply to law school during the revolution in Egypt. That’s one thing that got me very interested in policy and human rights,” says Mary Dahdouh, a second-year law student at UC Berkeley and first generation American who

A recent statement released by the World Health Organization (WHO) for the International Day of Older Persons confirmed that negative attitudes about aging and older people remain widespread and have significant negative consequences for the physical and mental health of

I thought I knew a lot about agriculture and compared to the average American twenty-something, maybe I did (only two percent of the total employment in the United States is in the agricultural sector as of 2010). I grew up

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