• "Change from within" is how this generation is making life better. In an era of less than successful efforts at education
Repairing community-police relations and building the necessary trust and legitimacy will not be easy, and will take time. But the current state of affairs provides us with both extraordinary challenges and extraordinary opportunities for real and meaningful reform. Let us roll up our sleeves and begin the journey.
Now is the time to think big about what we want for the young people in our nation's 100,000 public schools. The Every Student
Our shared belief in the benefits of the Arts and Humanities can be found in the practices of our institutions of higher learning, in our communities, our businesses, and our next generation of young people.
What do the youth of a continent all have in common? Potential. Not just some vague sort of ideal that we call "potential." There is a story inside of each one of them waiting to be written and it's big and it is hard-wired into their brains to write it.
Every community has a unique ecological and cultural story to tell. And part of that story is told through the birds that coexist with people in each community.
Can you think of a trip you took where you didn't see an interesting piece of art or fascinating architecture, or learned something new about the local culture? I bet you can't. The arts become a part of the travel experience even when that isn't the intent of a trip.
Coworking spaces have been popping out all over the world but one brand has been building its presence around the world, the Impact Hub.
Even the most casually informed reader has likely heard at least some of the troubling news and numbers tied to homeownership in America today.
A connected network knows no boundaries as it enables people internally and externally to connect around purpose and common needs and interests.