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Your July Guide to Everything Cool + Conscious in NYC
5 years ago

Your July Guide to Everything Cool + Conscious in NYC

Photo Credit: Mel Barlow & Co. Editor’s Note: Alden Wicker of EcoCult joins Conscious to share about “Cool + Conscious Things To Do in NYC” here on consciousmagazine.co. Check out …
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Conscious LA: Release Party in Los Angeles / HUB LA
5 years ago

Conscious LA: Release Party in Los Angeles / HUB LA

We at Conscious Magazine celebrated the release of our second print issue, The Los Angeles Issue at HUB LA in Downtown Los Angeles. This was the second release party with the first …
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Conscious LA: Release Party in New York City
5 years ago

Conscious LA: Release Party in New York City

 

We at Conscious Magazine celebrated the release of our second print issue, The Los Angeles Issue at the “Cool” STORY in New York City. (Note, our next release party is …
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LOS ANGELES, A FRACTURED CITY
5 years ago

LOS ANGELES, A FRACTURED CITY

Los Angeles is a region of tremendous talent. It has a thriving creative community, innovative businesses and nonprofit organizations, a burgeoning tech and startup scene, and an …
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Innovating Gotham: Lara Torvi And Modernizing Government Technology
5 years ago

Innovating Gotham: Lara Torvi And Modernizing Government Technology

Lara Torvi is the Communications Manager at the New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (NYC DOITT). NYC DOITT is responsible for modernizing government technology; improving IT …
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Going Green, The Future of Red Hook, and A Discussion About Climate Change:
5 years ago

Going Green, The Future of Red Hook, and A Discussion About Climate Change:

[metaslider id=56904] Featuring: An Interview with Gita Nandan of NY Rising.

In May our friends from The Feast NYC, a monthly dinner series that gathers creatives, and entrepreneurs for inspired …
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The Los Angeles Issue: Letter From the Editor
5 years ago

The Los Angeles Issue: Letter From the Editor

People are on a mission. They are living out their leadership. They are uplifting those around them. When hurdles come along their way, they keep building.

While this issue is dedicated …
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Living Under a Flyover: The Invisible Life of the Homeless in Mumbai
5 years ago

Living Under a Flyover: The Invisible Life of the Homeless in Mumbai

Under the broad flyover (overpass), connecting Chembur with Ghatkopar, is their home, an uneven ground strewn with pebbles, scattered with chicken feathers and trash. The …
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Raleigh International: Calling All Adventurers
5 years ago

Raleigh International: Calling All Adventurers

Young people often get pinned down for being unmotivated and lacking a “get up and go” attitude. However, in today’s desk-driven world, it can seem hard for them to make …
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Innovating Gotham: Interview with Chelsea Mauldin of Public Policy Lab
5 years ago

Innovating Gotham: Interview with Chelsea Mauldin of Public Policy Lab

Chelsea Mauldin is the Executive Director of the Public Policy Lab, which works with public agencies to identify service-design challenges. The Public Policy Lab assembles teams that translate complex …
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Places To Go: Dance Party in Brooklyn To Support Love146
5 years ago

Places To Go: Dance Party in Brooklyn To Support Love146

It is always such an incredible blessing to witness creativity paired with an opportunity to give back. This weekend,  a friend of mine, Matt Carman, who is the Co-Editor, …
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Bring Back Our Girls. Raising Awareness Through Art
5 years ago

Bring Back Our Girls. Raising Awareness Through Art

The day I heard about the kidnapping of the girls in Nigeria, I couldn’t sleep that night. I had such a heavy heart for all those girls …
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Places To Go: “Good” STORY in New York City
5 years ago

Places To Go: “Good” STORY in New York City

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This month, STORY, a New York City based retail space is featuring an inspiring line-up of conscious goods. Founded by Rachel Shechtman, the 2000 square foot store located on 10th Avenue in …
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The Reality of Illiteracy in America is Alarming. One Teacher’s Mission to Not Give up on Kids
5 years ago

The Reality of Illiteracy in America is Alarming. One Teacher’s Mission to Not Give up on Kids

When an elementary school teacher with 40 years of service calls a brand new school program “the highlight of her career,” it’s time to sit up and …
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The Los Angeles Mission: Providing Help, Hope and Opportunity to Those In Need
5 years ago

The Los Angeles Mission: Providing Help, Hope and Opportunity to Those In Need

In a world where everyone needs somebody some time, Los Angeles Mission is setting the precedent for loving thy neighbor.

“Providing help, hope and the …
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No One Thought Rwanda Would Survive
5 years ago

No One Thought Rwanda Would Survive

April 7, 2014, was the 20th anniversary of the day the Rwandan genocide officially began. Those next days 100 days in 1994 would be days far beyond …
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Building Community – 6 Tips To Creating A Great Community Space
5 years ago

Building Community – 6 Tips To Creating A Great Community Space

Third to our homes and the workplace, the “third space” is a term used to identify an influential social space that we gather around to establish …
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Nonprofit Video Storytelling With Lights. Camera. Help.
5 years ago

Nonprofit Video Storytelling With Lights. Camera. Help.

SXSW is a conference about technology, film, and music that often gets criticized for its excess and general lack of awareness of global problems. Upon …
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The Feast: Stimulating Voices And The Need For “All Hands On Deck”
5 years ago

The Feast: Stimulating Voices And The Need For “All Hands On Deck”

What’s better than spending an evening entrenched in thought-provoking conversation with doers, movers, and changers to support each other in being the catalysts for a brighter, efficient, …
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How Mobile Technology Can Help the World Water Crisis
5 years ago

How Mobile Technology Can Help the World Water Crisis

Around 6 to 8 million people die annually from the consequences of disasters and water-related diseases. Waterborne disease and lung infection are the leading causes of child deaths, which …
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Conscious Speaks To Colgate University About Business and Social Impact
5 years ago

Conscious Speaks To Colgate University About Business and Social Impact

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One of the perks with Conscious Magazine is getting to share our story with students in hopes of inspiring them to pursue a career with social impact. …
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Conscious Culture at South by Southwest
5 years ago

Conscious Culture at South by Southwest

                    

From March 6-11 I had the great pleasure of attending South by Southwest, one of the world’s premier tech (Officially known as Interactive), Film, and Music festivals held annually …
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Conscious x California Trip [Photo Gallery]
5 years ago

Conscious x California Trip [Photo Gallery]

                                         

We (Conscious Directors) left New York City for one week to visit California to explore the conscious culture there and hang out with the social good community. …
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The Feast: Cultivating Compassion and Understanding In Our Fast Paced World
5 years ago

The Feast: Cultivating Compassion and Understanding In Our Fast Paced World

As Margaret Mead so eloquently asserted, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”

New …
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Avonte’s Life Spurs Awareness and Action for Autism [Fundraiser Invitation]

On October 4th, Avonte Oquendo went missing in New York City. Avonte was a 14 year-old boy with autism who was unable to speak. He had mandated one-on-one supervision at …
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