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Inclusive Entrepreneurship

5 Stories

While some people might imagine entrepreneurship as a career reserved for the elite of Silicon...

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Serena Deutch

Vanderbilt University

Student

Rethinking "Talented and Gifted"

5 Stories

The National Center for Research on Gifted Education found that even when low-income kids score...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

The Solar Revolution

5 Stories
Although solar options as a renewable energy source have been around for some time now, they...
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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Print Reporter/Digital Reporter/Staff Writer

An Ounce Of Prevention

5 Stories

The question of preventing child abuse has been on my mind often of late because once again here...

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Megan Kamerick

KUNM-FM

Radio Reporter

Bringing Basic Services to Rural Communities

5 Stories

From Cape Town to Houston, people that live in rural communities don't have access to basic...

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Maria Esquinca

University of Miami

Photojournalist

I Can’t Live Without My Radio

4 Stories

Cheap to run and free to consume, community radio stations are a powerful means to increase media...

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Mike Yates

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Rethinking philanthropy

6 Stories

Philanthropy has deep roots. The word comes from Greek and Latin: phil + anthrōpos meaning the...

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Marie von Hafften

Solutions Journalism Network

Graphic/Data Journalist

Re-imagining Human Services: Providing Cash instead of Goods and Services

6 Stories
Often, the traditional model of human services and assistance includes donations of essential...
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Areeba Haider

Solutions Journalism Network

Student

Unconventional Methods in the Name of Conservation

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Having worked alongside conservationists internationally, I've found that the work can be more...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Print Reporter/Digital Reporter/Staff Writer

Gun policies in the United States

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On average, 96 people are killed with guns in the United States every day. Mass shootings are...

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Marie von Hafften

Solutions Journalism Network

Graphic/Data Journalist

Ideas From Other Justice Systems

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2 external links

What can the U.S. Justice system learn from other countries and cultures? No matter your...

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Megan Kamerick

KUNM-FM

Radio Reporter

Saving Language

4 Stories
3 external links

There's approximately 7,000 languages spoken in the world. According to Lucy Purdy, "50 per cent...

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Maria Esquinca

University of Miami

Photojournalist

Emergency Room Gun Violence Prevention

5 Stories
2 external links

This collection of stories highlights what healthcare workers and emergency room physicians are...

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Aidan Noble-Goodman

University of North Carolina at Asheville

Health Science

Opiates and The Justice System

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1 external link
Opiate addicts come from all different walks of life, but one thing many of them have in common...
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Aidan Noble-Goodman

University of North Carolina at Asheville

Health Science

Opiates and The Healthcare System

4 Stories
4 external links

Healthcare workers are often the first people an addict consciously interacts with after an...

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Aidan Noble-Goodman

University of North Carolina at Asheville

Health Science

The Path to Economic Equality

6 Stories

This collection brings together a range of solutions that are tackling income inequality, and the...

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Serena Deutch

Vanderbilt University

Student

Gun policies around the world

4 Stories
4 external links

As mass shootings add urgency to U.S. gun policy debates, examining how other...

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Marie von Hafften

Solutions Journalism Network

Graphic/Data Journalist

Dissolving the Enduring Digital Divides in the American Classroom

6 Stories
3 external links

In my summer at DataHaven, a non-profit based in New Haven, CT that collects, analyzes, and...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

Reforming the Bail System

7 Stories
2 external links

 The bail system in the U.S. disproportionately affect the poor, specifically poor people of...

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Maria Esquinca

University of Miami

Photojournalist

Impacts of Architectural Design

4 Stories

In cities across the United States, architecture design is being used as a tool to make a...

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Mike Yates

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Preventing Mass Shootings

5 Stories
3 external links

Like most people at this moment, in the aftermath of the massacre at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas...

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Megan Kamerick

KUNM-FM

Radio Reporter

Rethinking How to House the Homeless

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1 external link

Shelters are the traditional response to supply the immediate housing needs for people who are...

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Serena Deutch

Vanderbilt University

Student

Tackling the Opioid Crisis

7 Stories

The United States is currently in the midst of what many are calling an "Opioid Epidemic."...

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Areeba Haider

Solutions Journalism Network

Student

Child Welfare

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Children are often the most vulnerable to neglect and abuse. They are also the target of many...

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Areeba Haider

Solutions Journalism Network

Student

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