Our Shared Future Is Not A Choice

By Elizabeth Cousens on September 3, 2020

We are in a moment of existential consequence. Even before COVID-19 shifted our realities, 2020 was already going to be …

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UNGA 75: Key Issues to Watch

By Kaysie Brown on September 3, 2020

This year the format is as unprecedented as the moment. For the first time in its 75 years, the United …

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Climate Change and the Future of Food

By Ryan Hobert and Christine Negra on September 1, 2020

Food security — the reliable access to safe, affordable, and nutritious food — is inextricably linked to a predictable climate …

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Refugee, Pharmacist, Instagram Star: Jordan’s Unusual COVID-19 Hero

By Sarah Alaoui on August 17, 2020

Salam al-Hariri is a Syrian refugee, a trainee pharmacist in Jordan, and a social media whiz. With help from the …

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Dedicated to Democracy: 7 Women Voting Activists You Need to Know

By Michelle Milford Morse on August 17, 2020

In the one hundred years since women in the U.S. won the right to vote, many American women of color …

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Giving Girls a Voice, and a Vote

By Susannah Rosenblatt on August 14, 2020

Aasha Shaik has a vision: a world where everyone — including every woman and every girl —  is equal. As …

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Building Democracy Next Door in Chicago

By Susannah Rosenblatt on August 14, 2020

Betty Alzamora believes transforming the world begins in her own backyard. She lives those values every day, making waves fighting …

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Immunizing the Public Against Misinformation

By Sarah Alaoui on August 12, 2020

Besides leading the global fight against COVID-19, the World Health Organization is also investing time and resources to tackle the …

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