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What Indigenous Culture Can Teach Us About a Fair Economy

Indigenous peoples have known hard times. There are signs of drought, crop failure, and forced migration over the millennia, and...

At 23, this Jamaican became the youngest and first black pilot to fly solo around the world

When Barrington Irving began seeking sponsorship in 2003 towards his round-the-world trip, he was initially turned down by more than 50...

15 extraordinary Hawaii women who inspire us all

The halls of Hawaii’s history are filled with examples of powerful and inspirational wahine (women) who made progressive steps for women’s,...

Mexico con la familia

If you know my family and me, you know that we are not the most organized “krew”. We are a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants kind...

The Smith-Kangs Go To Mexico

If you know my family and me, you know that we are not the most organized “krew”. We are a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants kind of family....
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Social Justice and Advocacy: How One Person is Making a Difference

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How a {Free} Board Game is Helping Fight Racism

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is upon us. Today marks the day we celebrate his life and his teachings. A leader who fought for racial...

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