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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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In New York: Crazy, Kids – or Old Fashioned Hatred? You Be The Judge

Roosevelt Island, N.Y. With the rising tide of homophobia, xenophobia, racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism since the election of Donald Trump in America, indeed the world, we cannot expect to avoid a reflection in our own backyard. Even the elderly and disabled are suffering with severe budget cuts. Luckily the reflection is small. In fact, we […]

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A Psychiatrist Writes: Advice for 2020 – and Beyond

By Eva Ritvo, M.D.  My best advice for 2020 is very simple. Use your mirror neurons. Let me explain. We are about to leave a decade that historians, I am fairly certain, will look back on and declare it to be one of the most transformative in human history. We are deep into the Fourth […]

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Simple: Whatever Faith Tradition, It’s All About Kindness

Tawang, India. Since 2000, we have been operating charities Raising, Supporting, and soon Educating Young Global Leaders. From every corner of the world and from every faith tradition. It doesn’t matter where someone comes from or how they worship – or don’t worship – as long as three elements are present: Tolerance, Kindness and Compassion. […]

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Technologist: Young Global Leadership of Paramount Importance

By Onel Harrison, 2019 Luce 24 Under 24 Award Recipient New York, N.Y. Leadership, as exemplified by action-oriented and impact-driven young people across the world who strive to better humanity, is critically important. Our world has more problems than people willing to create solutions. It is the leaders among us who take up the mantle to mobilize […]

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