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Scholarships Now Available for NYC Young Global Leadership Initiative

New York, N.Y. The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation (www.lucefoundation.org) Young Global Leadership Initiative (Facebook) was launched in 2016 as an enhanced Internship Program to empower young global leaders wishing to better humanity to think, write, speak, organize, and utilize social media more effectively. The initiative consists of a 200-hour commitment professional training and development. Graduates may […]

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Will Parkland Student Activists Define Post-Millennial Generation?

Parkland, FL. More than three months after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead, the survivors who became gun-control activists could determine how the post-millennial generation will be remembered. “It’s the beginning of something really, really compelling. A new generation of political movement,” says Carolyn Davis of the Public Religion Research […]

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The J. Luce Foundation Young Global Leadership Initiative

New York, N.Y. The J. Luce Foundation is a platform that supports nonprofit organizations involved in the Arts, Education, and Orphan Care. Under the foundation, the Young Global Leadership Initiative was created to provide ongoing opportunities for select professionals to mentor the next generation of philanthropists in Ethics, Communications, and Nonprofit Administration. The program empowers […]

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Meet Israel Santana, J. Luce Foundation “Young Global Leader”.

New York, N.Y. Born in The Bronx, N.Y. and raised in the Dominican Republic, Israel Santana always had a passion for justice. He is currently a Criminal Justice Major at Borough Manhattan Community college. He has plans of continuing his educational journey at City College of New York, where he will obtain a Bachelor’s Degree in […]

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Nicholas Vazquez on the NYC Pride Parade

New York, N.Y. Every year the world celebrates the culture of the LGBT community which consists of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. It all began on Saturday June 28, 1969 when lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning persons rioted. After the riots, the police began to raid on the Stonewall Inn in the Greenwich Village […]

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Israel Santana on the NYC Pride Parade

New York, N.Y. The pride parade is a beautiful celebration that embraces equality for all. The reason for this event is to show that love must be shared and embraced. The first pride parade to be held in New York City was on June 28, 1969. Something I learned from this touching event was that love […]

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Justine Lee on the NYC Pride Parade

New York, N.Y. The Stonewall Inn, a Greenwich Village bar that had become the core of New York City’s underground gay community. June 28th, 1969, a date remembered as the start of The Stonewall Riots. A year after Stonewall, the first Gay Pride March was held in honor of the riots. Since then, there has been […]

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Ben Salom on the NYC Pride Parade

New York, N.Y. I’ve attended the LGBT parade many times in my life as a spectator, but this year marks the first time I’ve had the privilege to march in the parade. The Pride Parade is a time of jubilation and celebration, but this year’s Parade had extra weight in the face of the unimaginable […]

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