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Twitter, Slack and other collaborative tech platforms are powering the 21st century’s civil rights activists.
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“You weren’t part of a military family if you weren’t strong,” says Ryan Manion.
Albuquerque has given more than 2,000 day jobs to panhandlers and removed around 131,000 pounds of garbage from its streets in the process. Now, one city in Oklahoma is hoping to do the same.
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When a state of emergency was declared due to lead in the main water supply of Flint, Mich., service year corps members were already on the ground. Now, they’re key to the community’s long-term recovery effort.
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This New York City office uses an evidence-based approach to address inequality.
One Brooklyn, N.Y., preschool is celebrating “Parents’ Day” because “not all children have a mother, father or either.”
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Mark Arnoldy, a NationSwell Council member, is reimagining healthcare so that it reaches the neediest of citizens worldwide.
After hearing that one soldier spent $8,000 on phone calls, two siblings joined forces to provide free airtime to members of the armed forces.
Stargate Theatre pays at-risk youth to script and stage performance pieces. Their aim: to reduce recidivism, teach literacy and provide work experience that looks far better on a CV than jail time.