Ready For More Interventions In Africa? Obama Is

Waging Nonviolence   
July 8th, 2013

Ready For More Interventions In Africa? Obama Is

With foreign nations rapidly growing and regimes changing constantly, it is obvious that the current administration’s top foreign policy officials will be instrumental more than ever in tackling the world’s issues. The new appointments point towards a foreign policy shift of interventionism in dealing with the international community’s obstacles.

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The Next Step In Eliminating Hunger: Teaching Kids How To Cook

OdeWire   
January 24th, 2013

The Next Step In Eliminating Hunger: Teaching Kids How To Cook

In America, 17 million children are malnourished- a statistic that hasn’t changed in years. A new emphasis on teaching kids about food practices and nutrition in school could help combat this issue.

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Senior US Diplomat Sees Hope in Somalia

VOAnews   
November 6th, 2012

Senior US Diplomat Sees Hope in Somalia

U.S. Undersecretary of State Wendy Sherman has praised as “extraordinary” the work Somalia’s new parliament is doing to rebuild the country under difficult circumstances.

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Post-Storm Construction Hiring May Aid US Economy

Odewire    Yobo Member
November 5th, 2012

Post-Storm Construction Hiring May Aid US Economy

Hiring in the long-depressed U.S. construction industry will get a boost from the rebuilding that will follow Superstorm Sandy.

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Superstorm Sandy: What If Storms Like This Can Be Prevented (By Changing What We Eat)?

Planetsave   
November 2nd, 2012

Superstorm Sandy: What If Storms Like This Can Be  Prevented (By Changing What We Eat)?

Could a change in agriculture and livestock practices help reduce the effects of climate change?

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Igniting Kids’ Passion To Save Our Failing Schools

Co.EXIST   
April 18th, 2013

Igniting Kids’ Passion To Save Our Failing Schools

The Future Project believes that hope and engagement can change the failing state of our nation’s school systems. By identifying what students are interested in and giving them the tools to pursue it, true learning will take place.

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Full Speed Ahead For Food Movement, Despite GMO-Labeling Loss

Yes! Magazine   
November 12th, 2012

Full Speed Ahead For Food Movement, Despite GMO-Labeling Loss

Supporters of California’s Proposition 37 are not giving up the fight after Tuesday’s rejection. In fact, they’re saying that the organizing around the initiative helped forge a diffuse group of individuals interested in healthy food into a powerful, organized movement.

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The One Day (Off) When We Can Change The Course of Our Democracy

GOOD   
November 6th, 2012

The One Day (Off) When We Can Change The Course of Our Democracy

Today, one of the top reasons for poor voter turnout is the simple issue of people being too busy or inconvenienced by work to actually make it to the polls on a weekday.

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12 Ways You Can Safeguard Your Vote

Yes! Magazine    Yobo Member
November 5th, 2012

12 Ways You Can Safeguard Your Vote

Election Day is right around the corner. Here are 12 tips to make sure your vote is counted.

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Listen Carefully, Think First, Respect Everyone — Nonviolence for Toddlers

Waging Nonviolence   
October 26th, 2012

Listen Carefully, Think First, Respect Everyone — Nonviolence for Toddlers

A new initiative in peace education is being extended to toddler-aged children in hopes of instilling and ingraining nonviolence, rather than violence, in today’s youth

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