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Jacqueline Novogratz
Founder/CEO of to find solutions to poverty & build dignity. Author of The Blue Sweater, lover of poetry, believer in possibility. Views are my own.
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Jacqueline Novogratz 5h
No individual, no community or society or nation has a single story. What makes each of us interesting - and each country as well - are our layers, our paradoxes.
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Jacqueline Novogratz 6h
Couldn't be prouder of Irfan Keshavjee and his company . This is at work..
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Brian Schatz 18h
I want to thank Hawaii’s banks for, every single one of them, allowing unpaid federal workers to be late with no penalty on their mortgages. And I want to thank our credit unions for extending very cheap credit. Happy that our financial institutions are doing the right thing.
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Global Citizen 7h
Many children around the world risk their health just by going to school.
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Jonathan Haidt 7h
The Coddling of the American Mind is one of 5 finalists for the best nonfiction book of 2018, from the National Book Critics Circle.
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Jacqueline Novogratz 7h
The opposite of dignity is humiliation.
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Jacqueline Novogratz 7h
Jonathan Low brings together 44 leaders to share their wisdom in innovation, entrepreneurship & leadership in his book . Happy to be a part of it and to share 's belief in the power of holding two seemingly contradictory ideas at once.
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Jacqueline Novogratz Jan 22
If you want to change the world, read the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as an exercise, keeping in mind its aspirational origins. Do you agree with every article? Where has the world made progress? Where are we falling short? And for whom?
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The Economist Jan 21
A single clothes wash can release up to 700,000 microplastic fibres. Many of these end up in the ocean Supported by
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The Aspen Institute Jan 21
“There is no path to justice that is only comfortable and convenient. We will not create justice until we’re willing to sometimes position ourselves in uncomfortable places and be a witness.” — founder Bryan Stevenson
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Adam Grant Jan 21
"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, "What are you doing for others?" -Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Jacqueline Novogratz Jan 22
Love this. "Drip by drip isn’t a crowd pleaser, but that’s what makes real change happen." -
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Jacqueline Novogratz Jan 22
Love it, .
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Jacqueline Novogratz Jan 22
“When we grow in spiritual consciousness, we identify with all that is in the world and there is no exploitation. It is ourselves we are helping, ourselves we are healing.” - Dr. Venkataswamy,
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Acumen Jan 18
We're hiring! We have open roles in portfolio, communications and talent in Acumen's offices across the globe. Apply today:
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Poetry Foundation Jan 21
Do you know my children that he bore the brunt, He marched unafraid right up in the front He marched for Justice for children like you And a bountier life for your parents too. —Margaret Burroughs with our in honor of
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TED Talks Jan 21
"He’s been reduced to four words: 'I have a dream.'" — How we can better remember Martin Luther King, Jr.'s extraordinary work and life:
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Jacqueline Novogratz Jan 22
Replying to @evan_piekara
Wonderful!
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Jacqueline Novogratz Jan 22
Replying to @cfall18
I love it!
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