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Our world doesn’t need people to hand out fish. It doesn’t need people to teach others how to fish. It needs people to change the fishing industry entirely. That was the resounding message at the ... Read More »
t is a cold and bleak winter’s evening in February 2004 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. A flurry of excitement sweeps through libraries and dorms on the Harvard College campus. Students in my sophomore class peer at each ... Read More »
According to the United Nations Populations Fund, 43% of the global population is comprised of young people ages 10 – 24; 60% live in developing countries. Yet, it seems as if those numbers matter little. Governments in ... Read More »