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David Bornstein

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24 January 2019

Massachusetts, United States

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For social service agencies, prioritizing well-being requires new procedures and a framework for understanding holistic wellness. The Full Frame Initiative has partnered with agencies in the states of Massachusetts an...

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2 October 2018

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PeerForward, a youth leadership development organization, taps into the power of peer networks to increase the number of students in low-income schools applying to college and submitting FAFSA forms. Working with teac...

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15 August 2018

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Recycling is having a moment of reckoning across the United States as many people continue to dispose of garbage in recycle bins. Mitch Hedlund, executive director of Recycle Across America, explains that a lack of pu...

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4 July 2018

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The ALL IN challenge implores leaders at colleges across the United States to better incorporate civic engagement education into curriculum and use non-partisan tactics to encourage students to register to vote. The r...

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5 June 2018

Rockford, Illinois, United States

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Across the United States, communities are coordinating data and strategies to achieve a "functional zero" for homelessness. By creating complex and dynamic systems that utilize detailed data collection, communication ...

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25 April 2018

United States

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While news of failures in the fight against climate change make headlines daily, there are many steps the everyday citizen can take to reduce their impact. Many don't know where to start though. That's where Project D...

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13 March 2018

New York, New York, United States

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PowerMyLearning, a U.S. nonprofit, is changing the culture around homework by more actively involving parents in the process. Based on the belief that both students and parents can learn from each other in these excha...

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David Bornstein

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30 January 2018

San Francisco, California, United States

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Childhood trauma has lasting effects on development and stress response, but these can be treated with behavioral therapy and proper interventions. Dr. Nadine Burke Harris of the Center For Youth Wellness insists that...

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David Bornstein

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12 December 2017

United States

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Anxiety, suicidal ideation, and depression are all alarmingly prevalent amongst Americans. Crisis Text Line lets you text immediately with a crisis counsellor when you need someone to talk to. The organization is grow...

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8 November 2017

United States

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Camp Corral is an organization that brings together the children of military personnel who have suffered in combat. This is a unique experience for the youth because for the first time they can interact with other ki...

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10 October 2017

United States

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A disproportionate of the world's money is concentrated in the pockets of a handful. Muhammad Yunus sees the importance of social business in helping change this trend and distribute wealth more evenly.

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15 August 2017

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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The traditional approach to poverty emphasizes government and social assistance from well-meaning social workers. Mauricio Lim Miller, a social services expert, spent years researching how families escape poverty befo...

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4 July 2017

United States

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Stop underestimating yourself. That’s the call of Sam Daley-Harris to the many everyday Americans who feel that they cannot effect change in their country. He’s the founder of Results, a grassroots network that has sp...

The New York Times

David Bornstein

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19 May 2017

Washington, District of Columbia, United States

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Climate change is a growing issue, but the Citizens' Climate Lobby (a group of volunteers who work to get Republicans and Democrats to work in unison) is aiming to curb carbon emissions. So far the group has had a lar...

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5 April 2017

United States

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Recognizing a pervasive sense of powerlessness in the US, Eric Liu authored "You’re More Powerful Than You Think: A Citizen’s Guide to Making Change Happen.” By connecting stories of various groups across the politica...

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20 March 2017

United States

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Frequent deployments and relocations create career hurdles for military spouses and pull families away from their support networks. Blue Star Families, a nonprofit founded in 2009, is working with volunteers in 35 cha...

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8 February 2017

United States

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In a globalized world, increased focus has been put on expanding the frequently under-studied global competency component of American Student's education. By integrating lessons on this type of global thinking and kno...

The New York Times

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29 November 2016

United States

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In New York, hate crimes against Muslims have reached levels not seen since 2001. In response to deep racial divides nationally, the importance of having effective interfaith leaders is more relevant than ever.

The New York Times

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23 September 2016

United States

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Childhood trauma, or adverse childhood experiences (ACE), can cause a number of social problems such as dropping out of school, drug abuse, depression, and even becoming an abuser. The more accessible ACE research stu...

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David Bornstein

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17 August 2016

Walla Walla, Washington, United States

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The development of the ACE score in the late 1990s revealed that the causes behind many serious social issues-- from violence to graduation rates to poverty-- were rooted in trauma and stress experienced by the indivi...

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David Bornstein

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10 August 2016

Longview, Washington, United States

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HIghlands area in Southern Washington has been an impoverished and unsafe neighbourhood, however, circumstances have been improve as neighbours have begun to get to know eachother and form a community. HIghlands neigh...

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David Bornstein

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21 June 2016

India

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In India, failing road safety and accident respondent systems have created a nationwide crisis. SaveLife Foundation is addressing these problems head on, through outreach, legal battles, and innovative solutions to in...

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17 May 2016

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

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Organ donation waiting lists can often hold wait times of months or even years. Thousands of lives could be saved with better ways to reach to the millions of Americans willing to donate an organ.

The New York Times

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10 May 2016

New York, New York, United States

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A grateful recipient of a new heart has inspired a drive to vastly enlarge the pool of prospective organ donors.

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5 April 2016

Princeton, New Jersey, United States

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A network of women, most of whom are African-American, are re-defining the health benefits of walking; more than just exercise and weight loss, they find joy and self-confidence when they organize in groups.

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