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Remembering White House Dinner with Trump and Gorbachev, 1987

Washington, D.C. I have been busy editing and publishing books as I took a break from this column due to Corona. This column has been published in English and Japanese with the kindness of NY Biz. And now I will continue this column for a while, thank you. In December 1987, President Mikhail Gorbachev of […]

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From Jamaica: Young Global Leaders Create New Global Perspective

Kingston, Jamaica. Leadership is the art of motivating a group of people to act toward achieving a common goal, while global leadership has been defined as “being capable of operating effectively in a global environment while being respectful of cultural diversity” (Harris, Moran, & Moran, 2004 p.25).  Over the years, there has been an increasing need […]

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From Jamaica: Struggle as Motivation to Impact World

Oshane V. Richards  2020 Luce 24 Under 24 Award Recipient Caribbean Maritime University To provide an environment through which all aspects of youth development can be maximized and actualized, thus influencing and mentoring young men and women to become well rounded and committed to life-long development. Aiming to enrich the experience that fosters growth through […]

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Maxwell Bennett on Malala Yousafzai and School Shootings

Maxwell Lake Bennett, 2020 Luce 24 Under 24 Award Recipient Patrick Henry College New York, N.Y. What makes something necessary? When I say necessary, I do not mean that something is merely beneficial, pleasant, or helpful. When we say necessary, we speak regarding a need. Needs are not something that oscillate like most desires do. For […]

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Lara Jabbour: 2020 Luce 24 Under 24 Award Recipient

By Lara Jabbour, 2020 Luce 24 Under 24 Award Recipient University of Virginia New York, N.Y.  My hands quiver. I wait for some sort of cue, a sign, a voice that will tell me exactly what to do and how to feel. Instead, “America is scarier – you have tornados there,” offers my cousin. He […]

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Korea’s Armel Lee & WooStories: Caliber that Embraces Diverse Voices

By Jisou “Armel” Lee, 2020 Luce 24 Under 24 Award Recipient The College of Wooster New York, N.Y.  Leadership is a well-known and difficult skill set to practice in real life. One has to consider the era, the circumstances, and the tendencies of the one that practices it and of others that cooperate, when practicing it. […]

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WonderWorks Syracuse Offering Fall Educational Programs

As the new school year is getting underway, it will look different than what most families are used to. In an effort to help families enhance their child’s educational experience, WonderWorks Syracuse is offering a variety of new programs, both in-person and online, to educate and stimulate the community’s young minds. “Like many of us, […]

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Rescue CBD Launches Company, Donates CBD Oil to Help Calm Shelter Animals During July 4th Fireworks

Anyone who has ever been around cats and dogs when July 4thfireworks are going off outside know how distressing it can be for the pets. The unpredictable noises from the fireworks tend to scare pets, stressing them, and causing unnecessary anxiety. This holiday, many pets will get help keeping calm through donations of CBD oil […]

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