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The Journey Home
January 13, 2011 | by Terrance Pitts
When invited to attend a conference on improving the lives of black men and boys, I hesitated, not because of my lack of support for the issue but because of the memories I wanted to leave behind.
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Promoting Tolerance in the Digital Age
January 13, 2011 | by Ann Beeson
In this interview Ian Inaba, filmmaker and cofounder of Citizen Engagement Laboratory, explains how underrepresented constituencies can use new media to amplify their voices for social justice.
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Citizen Security, Human Rights, and Philanthropy in Latin America
January 12, 2011 | by David Sasaki
In this interview, Victoria Wigodzky of the Open Society Foundations talks about successes, setbacks, and lessons for grantmakers in Latin America.
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Fighting Cholera—and Fear—in Haiti
January 12, 2011 | by Daniel Henrys
Fighting cholera demands community involvement. How do you do this in a place where mistrust and violence make inhabitants fear speaking with one another?
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Understanding Politically Motivated Cyberattacks
January 12, 2011 | by Becky Hogge
Independent media and human rights groups can do little to prevent cyberattacks, according to a recent report, and should instead focus on mitigating harm from attacks when they do occur.
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New Messages of Hope for Burma
January 4, 2011 | by Maureen Aung-Thwin
Even after almost half a century of military rule, the Burmese people still carry the torch for freedom. There is also hope because the world is watching the struggle in Burma with renewed interest.
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