‘No Ceilings’
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‘No Ceilings’

The Global Status of Women By Laura Haas –  Gates Foundation Co-Chair Melinda Gates along with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Clinton Foundation Vice-Chair Chelsea Clinton released the “No Ceilings Full Participation Report” on the global status of women at an event in New York City, coinciding with the 59th session of the…

We need a cultural revolution against cyberbullying
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We need a cultural revolution against cyberbullying

Monica Lewinsky says she was patient zero, and is out to bring awareness to the viral problem.  Though we know the name well, we haven’t heard from Monica Lewinsky directly—until now. White House intern made famous by an affair with the president, Lewinsky says she has spent the past decade trying being reclusive, leaving the…

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A vision to love

By Angel –  I have experienced abuse. One time, when I lived with a lady with a gambling addiction, I was locked in a basement, unallowed to use the bathroom or eat. When she lost money, she’d take it out on me. The physical abuse continued until police removed me and I was off to…

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Core convictions

Holiness as biblical spirituality By Ray Harris – The Salvation Army’s first doctrine is concerned with the Bible, a remarkable book that has had a profound impact throughout the world. Its language has made its way into public discourse, and themes of its stories are recreated in novels, film, painting and music. For instance, when…

A volunteer works in front of a portrait of individuals facing homelessness | Photos courtesy of Hack To End Homelessness
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Hack to give back

How the Hack To End Homelessness Initiative introduced Seattle techies to the greater community. By Lizeth Beltran –  Commuting to work is uneventful for most people, but for Seattle resident Candace Faber it’s a constant reminder of the people with no place to call home.

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Frugal flavor

New cookbook invites you to eat well on a budget. With just $4 a day, you can eat well and enjoy it. That was Leanne Brown’s goal in writing “Good and Cheap”—a cookbook for tight budgets. Submitted as her capstone project for a master’s degree in food studies at New York University, Brown shared a…

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Editor’s Note

Since 1943, we’ve accepted that people are motivated to achieve certain needs, moving on to the next only after one is fulfilled. Psychologist Abraham Maslow defined these needs in a hierarchy that is often depicted within a pyramid, ranging from our basic needs—both physiologically and emotionally—and our growth needs, or self-actualization. He asserted that the…

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Economic justice

Right from the beginning, William Booth, founder of The Salvation Army, was concerned with poverty and all it brought with it. It simply didn’t seem just that this sizeable population should be marginalized to such an extent. Today, we think of it as economic justice. I’ve always been intrigued by the word “justice.” It has…

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Media

Admitting Failure Admitting Failure is designed to eliminate the stigma behind failure and turn it into a life lesson instead because “the only ‘bad’ failure is the one that’s repeated.” It is a medium where organizations can share their failure stories and learn from them to become better versions of themselves. admittingfailure.com   Donate a…

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