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From Cambodian Refugee Camp to Best U.S. Chef Contender

Washington, D.C. Seng Luangrath may have been born to cook. She started when she was a 7-year-old girl in Laos, learning from her grandmother. “My mom was too busy working,” she told VOA in the kitchen of her Washington, D.C., restaurant. “So, I had to cook for my three other siblings. I remember it was […]

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Lessons from Memorial Day for Daily Life

New York, N.Y.  As the world faces ongoing conflicts and threats of violence around the globe, please set aside political views for a moment, to consider valuable emotional lessons we can learn from those who gave the ultimate sacrifice whom we honor on this Memorial Day. Pride. There was a day when pride in flag […]

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Why Parents Should Help Kids Focus on Turning Their Dreams Into Reality

Celebrity David Ankin, founder of the hit television show and successful company ToyMakerz, gives back and inspires youth to follow their dreams. Each year there are kids who hang up what they love and walk away. They leave the sports behind, stop playing their favorite games, quit drawing, building, and more. They are led to […]

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2018 J. Luce Foundation Candlelight Award: Professor Lenni B. Benson

New York, N.Y. Lenni B. Benson is a Professor of Law at New York Law School, past adjunct professor at Columbia University teaching both immigration and refugee law, and is Founder, Director and Senior Advisor of the Safe Passage Project in New York City. The Safe Passage Project recruits, trains and mentors lawyers and student […]

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Meet J. Luce Foundation Global Advisor Lynne-Marie Paquette

New York, N.Y. Born and raised in the United States of America, the land of dreams and promises, Lynne-Marie grows up with a great determination of being successful and making impacts around the world. Lynne-Marie is an outstanding woman entrepreneur and global advisor, who founded the Buddy’s Dog Den in Brooklyn, New York and greatly […]

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Nan O’Brien & David Webb’s Honeymoon Walk For Charity – A Million Steps With Love

New York, N.Y. Growth, a desire shared by all humans being the goal-oriented creatures we are, can be a struggle; it all depends on your outlook on life. Having made her living as a paralegal for fifteen years and professional writer for ten, Nan O’Brien, a philanthropist, has been working full-time as a medium, and […]

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Meet Kumar Abhishek, Luce Fellow in India’s Poorest State, Bihar

Bihar, India. Born in the poorest province of India 21 years ago, my parents named me “Abhishek Kumar.” I began my education at one of the best schools in town, St. Ignatius School. I was a shy but good student, as I remain to this day. PHOTO I’m not rich and have faced challenges growing up had, experiencing life’s ups and […]

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DRAFT – Jim Luce: Exploring a Run for The White House

New York, N.Y. My name is Jim Luce – and I am exploring a run for the Presidency of the United States of America. Donald Trump says “America First.“ And I say, Hell, No – “Humanity First!“ With the rise of Authoritarian leaders around the world, from Russia to Turkey, the Philippines and Brazil, strong […]

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