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Global Health Issues Explored in Recognition of World Health Day

New York, N.Y.  Today is World Health Day. The Stewardship Report joins the World Health Organization (WHO) in promoting its global health focus on hypertension (download a PDF copy of WHO’s global brief on hypertension). This month, The Report examines some of the most pressing global health issues, such as the three health-related Millennium Development Goals […]

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The Two Krishnas: A Novel You Can’t Ignore

New York, N.Y.  When I was a freshman in college I moved into the international dorm and was faced with people from around the world who spoke English better than I. Many of them frequently used vocabulary twice the size of my own. As I began the novel The Two Krishnas, I was reminded of […]

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A Philanthropic Summer Night in Sag Harbor Celebrating Life

Sag Harbor, N.Y.   Philanthropists and familiar faces from the world’s creative industries in fashion, music, business, and international society gathered at the NY Sag Harbor Estate last Saturday evening for the End Water Crisis and Cheetah Outreach event. Models 4 Water, Thirst No More and The Water Project along with April Davis from Cheetah Outreach […]

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Hip Hop Saves Lives’ Wan-Luv Summer Music Series in NYC

New York, N.Y. Summer in New York City is a special time with heat, rain – and outdoor festivals!  On July 26, the Wan-Luv 2012 Summer Music Series will present a “Pre Carnival des Fleurs” celebration at The Ritz Plaza Park on Times Square.  Sponsored by Stonehenge Properties and produced by Hip Hop Saves Lives, the festival will highlight Haitian music, […]

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My Visit: One Year of S. Sudan Independence

Juba, South Sudan.  Twelve months ago, to the date, I landed in South Sudan not knowing much about the country’s history. Throughout my journey, I was given the honor of getting to know the South Sudanese people and understand the hardship they had to endure. During the civil war, the northern Sudanese invaded South Sudanese […]

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Lauri Grossman: On Being Human, Becoming Whole

New York N.Y. Shortly after the catastrophic magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti in 2010, Dr. Lauri Grossman, a New York City-based homeopath flew into Port-au-Prince with a team from Homeopaths Without Borders.  Together with other nurses and doctors she wished to bring healing and comfort to the hundreds of thousands of people impacted by the earth’s tremor. […]

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“One Day on Earth” Film Premieres at U.N.

The film premiered this week at the United Nations and around the world. Photo: U.N. United Nations, N.Y.  This week I was extremely pleased to view a special, global screening of One Day on Earth – the first film ever shot in every country of the world. Although it was shown in hundreds of venues in every corner […]

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Book Speaks to Man’s Successful Mission to Help Humanity

Washington, DC. Although our lives have turned out different, I learned in my friend Charles “Chic” Dambach’s exciting new book, Exhaust the Limits, that we have much in our personal and professional lives in common. I first met Chic through Paul Stevers, the Canadian entrepreneur and philanthropist who funds orphans, peacebuilding, and counter strategies to […]

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Sealantro Opens New Location Offering Healthy Grab-and-Go Meals and European-Style Café

WonderWorks Branson Offering Free Admission for Essential Workers, Discounted Fee for up to Three Guests