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Global Themes of The Stewardship Report

New York, N.Y.  In 2009 my friends began to suggest that I use my writing skills and inventory to begin my own platform about Thought Leaders & Global Citizens – called The Stewardship Report.  We announced this at my 50th birthday party on July 24, 2009.  Our theme is “Connecting Goodness” under five main categories, […]

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Jim Luce on Young Global Leadership

Luce Leader Accepted to Ivy League College on Scholarship Luce Leader: Anti-Bullying Hero Hopes for Harvard World Youth Initiative: Tomorrow’s Leaders, Solving Today’s Issues Autistic Teen Leader Joey Lowenstein Wows Me at NYU Gala Luce Leader Christopher Rim begins his college education at my father’s university, Yale. Photo: J. Luce Foundation. For the complete listing […]

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Columns and Columnists of Stewardship

Evens Anozine: Voice of the Haitian Diaspora Cynthia Artin: An American in Afghanistan Roy Barigayomwe Vanessa Cabezas: The Public Eye Lorraine Cancro, MSW: Eye on Humanity Ralph De Palo, Ph.D.: Hope & Inspiration Lori Henri: The Filmandthropist Sara Herbert-Galloway: Herbert’s Heroes Gosia Hatak: Single Mom Traveling Isaac J. Kassin: The Young Philanthropist Judy Kuriansky, Ph.D.: […]

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Jim Luce on Prison Reform

Jim Luce tasted prison as an activist in the 1980’s when he was arrested with 200 other demonstrators marching with the Irish Lesbian & Gay Association in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Manhattan.  He spent a day in Manhattan’s infamous Tombs.  One of Jim’s mentors with Fundamentalists Anonymous (FA) was the Rev, Bill Weber […]

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Jim Luce on Latin America

Jim Luce first traveled to Latin America in college where he studied for a semester in Bogotá, Colombia.  He has since travelled throughout the Americas, including the Dominican Republic where he had an audience with the First Lady (Prima Dama), as well as in Peru, El Salador, Mexico – and of course Puerto Rico, where […]

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Jim Luce on Cuba

A Japanese Dinner with Raul Castro’s Daughter The Rubins on “What is Cuban Art?” Mariela Castro addressing the Latin America plenary of the International Conference on LGBT Human Rights in Montreal, 28 July 2006. . For the complete listing of thematic stories, see Jim Luce Writes. Trademarks are property of their respective owners.  Articles, photographs and graphics by Jim Luce are […]

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Jim Luce on the Roosevelt Island Visual Art Association (RIVAA)

Museum of Technology, Art & Science on Roosevelt Island? Georgette Sinclair’s Work to be Featured at NYC’s Salmagundi Club Roosevelt Island Art Bridges Two NYC Boroughs Tadeusz Sudol: An Eye for the Roosevelt Island Tram Photography: “On the Way to Faraba” Architect Tadeusz Sudol of the Roosevelt Island Visual Art Association (RIVAA) believes that there […]

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Jim Luce on Film

Jim Luce was introduced to film as a cultural area studies major at both The College of Wooster and Waseda University (Tokyo). Film Margarita With a Straw -Unexpected Brilliance- From India   Immigration, Ambition, Identity Shape Film Miss India America With Dosa Hunt, Film-Maker Amrit Singh, Esq. Emerges as Generational Voice NY Indian American Film Festival Triumphant […]

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US Soldier Fights to Bring Puppy Dragged by Rope Out of War-Torn Afghanistan

NYC: 60 Years Ago, Dalai Lama Crossed Mountains, Cultures to West

Mark Your Calendar: What’s Up In New York City – and Our World

Leading Across Differences: Young Global Leaders Travel to Ohio

7 Growth Strategies Sure to Spur Fresh Success

Photo Courtesy of Merilee Kern

WonderWorks Branson Providing Local Schools with In-Service STEM Educational Programs