About a decade ago, anti-bias educator and consultant Liz Kleinrock began her career as a volunteer teacher for the AmeriCorps. Today, Liz creates "curricular content for K–12 students around issues of diversity, equity and inclusion, and specializes in designing engaging and

"Little sister with a bowl cut/head spraying blood/embraced by Mother/turned raging Asura." At this year’s Hiroshima atomic bombing anniversary, Mayor of Hiroshima, Kazumi Matsui quoted this heart-wrenching poem written by a woman who was five years-old when the first atomic bomb

Maria Auma is a successful and socially-conscious female entrepreneur. She is the founder of Blue Luxury Investments (BLI), an organization providing education and financial support to young people and budding businesses in their local communities. While the business initially started

This article is part of an editorial collaboration with BCorporation. The BCorp Series can be found here. The original publication can be found here. B Corp Finds that True Change Often Goes Beyond the Numbers Through its innovative approach to summer camp, Galileo encourages young campers to envision

“We heard children singing ISIL songs, and saw them role play executions in an Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp playground. We were distributing humanitarian aid. It was then that I realized, if we don’t do anything about this

If you ask the average student, “What is the biggest problem that the world faces today?” more often than not they will answer with the following two issues: (1) the detrimental effect of social media on society as a whole

Aristotle said, “The purpose of education is to ensure the flourishing of the individuals characterised by the 'goodness' of character and 'goodness' of intellect.” In Sanskrit, we say, "Vidya Dadati Vinyam," meaning that education brings humility. Unfortunately, character building has taken

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