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How To Empower Yourself In The Midst of Your Struggles
4 days ago

How To Empower Yourself In The Midst of Your Struggles

By  •  Life, Culture

Being human can be hard sometimes. We fight battles everyday whether that’s externally or internally. We taunt ourselves by ruminating on our failures and our weaknesses and we neglect ourselves …
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Are We Too Independent for Our Own Good?
4 days ago

Are We Too Independent for Our Own Good?

In his book The Epic of America, James Truslow Adams, stated that the “American Dream” is “that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and …
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One Woman’s Perseverance in Nepal. The Story of Pushpa Basnet
4 days ago

One Woman’s Perseverance in Nepal. The Story of Pushpa Basnet

By  •  Women

Pushpa Basnet stands in the courtyard outside her damaged orphanage. A force to be reckoned with, she directs 40-some children about their daily chores and routines. She anxiously looks up …
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North America: The Revival of Homegrown Fashion
4 days ago

North America: The Revival of Homegrown Fashion

Moving on from the spotlight on Asia’s fashion innovators, we look ahead into the birthplace of the “new-age” green movement in North America.

While designers in Vietnam or Cambodia struggle …
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Tell Your Story: Welcome To The United States Of America
1 week ago

Tell Your Story: Welcome To The United States Of America

I’m writing this with no prior planning, outlines, or drafts. I want to give you a window with which to peer into my mind at a very important time in …
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The Dangers of Rehoming in America
1 week ago

The Dangers of Rehoming in America

A silent form of child trafficking exists and not enough is being said or done about it. It is known as rehoming. According to Michele Jackson, JD, “rehoming is a …
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Why Sales Is Simply A Language That Communicates Value
1 week ago

Why Sales Is Simply A Language That Communicates Value

For individuals launching a startup, the word “sales” can cause a form of fear or paralysis. In a startup culture where wearing many hats comes with the territory, sales is sometimes …
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Bringing a Classroom on Wheels to Marginalized Communities in Guanajuato
2 weeks ago

Bringing a Classroom on Wheels to Marginalized Communities in Guanajuato

From present-day bookmobiles to cutting-edge digital educational initiatives, there is a growing movement to bring learning opportunities to the communities who need it most. Moving beyond the traditional four-walled classroom …
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Around The Globe, 5 Women And Their Revolutionary Mission Work
2 weeks ago

Around The Globe, 5 Women And Their Revolutionary Mission Work

In the words of Anne Frank, “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”  When social entrepreneurs see an opportunity to …
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Conscious x Zoan: Detroit 2050 [As Featured in Conscious Issue 03]
2 weeks ago

Conscious x Zoan: Detroit 2050 [As Featured in Conscious Issue 03]

Nestled between Detroit and Canada, Belle Isle Park is a 987-acre island park. Formerly a city park, the state has recently taken control in an effort to save the …
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Conscious x Zoan: Detroit 2050 [As Featured in Conscious Issue 03]
2 weeks ago

Conscious x Zoan: Detroit 2050 [As Featured in Conscious Issue 03]

Nestled between Detroit and Canada, Belle Isle Park is a 987-acre island park. Formerly a city park, the state has recently taken control in an effort to save the …
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Future Of Media And The Integrity Of Journalism [Issue 03 Exclusive]
2 weeks ago

Future Of Media And The Integrity Of Journalism [Issue 03 Exclusive]

With technology creating new mediums for a growing media landscape, the integrity of journalism must remain at the forefront of our thinking.

The role of media hasn’t changed …
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Future of Farming [Issue 03 Exclusive]
2 months ago

Future of Farming [Issue 03 Exclusive]

By  •  Issue 03

To have a sustainable farm, there must be an effective ecological model that is profitable for people and mindful of the planet. 

Forward-Thinking Farming: Farmland …
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Patrick Awuah: Founder and President of Ashesi University [Issue 03 Exclusive]
2 months ago

Patrick Awuah: Founder and President of Ashesi University [Issue 03 Exclusive]

By  •  Issue 03

“If you don’t try, then you kind of fail already.”

This is Patrick Awuah’s outlook on life, and it has served him well. After growing up in Ghana, …
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Bryn Mooser: Award-Winning Filmmaker and Co-Founder of RYOT [Issue 03 Exclusive]
2 months ago

Bryn Mooser: Award-Winning Filmmaker and Co-Founder of RYOT [Issue 03 Exclusive]

By  •  Issue 03

The word “ryot” is a word that means Indian peasant or tenant farmer; but for Bryn Mooser, it stands in for a connection between hard work and action, growth, …
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Karim Abouelnaga: Founder and CEO of Practice Makes Perfect [Issue 03 Exclusive]
2 months ago

Karim Abouelnaga: Founder and CEO of Practice Makes Perfect [Issue 03 Exclusive]

As an inner city child growing up in Long Island City, Queens, Karim Abouelnaga faced the harsh realities of the world at a young age, but with a …
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Costs of a Championship [Issue 03 Exclusive]
2 months ago

Costs of a Championship [Issue 03 Exclusive]

By  •  Issue 03

Instant gratification demands we have to celebrate our team’s championship as soon as it happens, but there’s more than we realize in fulfilling this instant desire for championship gear.


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Women’s Rights Are Human Rights [Issue 03 Exclusive]
2 months ago

Women’s Rights Are Human Rights [Issue 03 Exclusive]

As our society progresses into the future, it is unfortunate that gender inequality and lack of women’s rights remain prevalent around the world.

Meet Anna Squires Levine: …
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Angela Francine Popplewell: Co-Founder and Chief Storyteller at 100Cameras [Issue 03 Exclusive]
2 months ago

Angela Francine Popplewell: Co-Founder and Chief Storyteller at 100Cameras [Issue 03 Exclusive]

By  •  Issue 03

In less than six years since its inception and with a volunteer staff, 100cameras, a non-profit organization, has helped young people living in marginalized communities worldwide raise over [$43,000] …
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How To Become A Committed Environmentalist
3 months ago

How To Become A Committed Environmentalist

For many of us, we may not be paying close attention to the current wildlife status simply because it’s not at the forefront of our conversations or media until something …
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A Guide On How To Creatively Market Your Idea
3 months ago

A Guide On How To Creatively Market Your Idea

It’s one thing to launch an idea / start a business selling your services, but the world of selling product – any product – is a whole new ballgame. Competition, …
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PHILANTRHOPIC DESTINATIONS
4 months ago

PHILANTRHOPIC DESTINATIONS

Do you believe we are all destined for purpose? We do. Summertime has finally arrived and you know what that means, warm nights spent looking at the stars, sizzling …
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