Can Philanthropy Create Poverty? (ProteanView)

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Poverty is relevant and relative. It’s about perception… within reason, anyhow. Disparity causes poverty to ‘dawn on’ us. Our tunnel vision forces us to se…
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Who We Are « Border Crossers

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Border Crossers brings together young students from segregated classrooms in New York City to explore issues of discrimination, inequality, and social justice, and to develop student leadership toward lasting social change. Despite the increasing diversity of our city’s residents, New York City has one of the most segregated school systems in the country. Students live and attend school in neighborhoods that are blocks away, but miles apart in terms of access to resources.
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What Is “Not In Our School”?

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Across the country, students and teachers are sharing stories, joining together and taking action to create safe schools, free from stereotypes, intolerance, and hate. They’re part of a movement called Not In Our School (NIOS).
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The International Civil Rights Center & Museum

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The The International Civil Rights Center & Museum has turned the F.W. Woolworth building in Greensboro, N.C. into a monument to the power of human courage and its ability to bring about social change.
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