Tag Archives: Humanitarianism

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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Urban Habitats, Humanitarianism, and… Reality TV?

New York, N.Y.  I’m a native New Yorker who’s been around long enough to remember what this city was like in the 1970’s – like, how you would see graffiti on the side of a building or a subway car, not hanging on the wall of an art gallery.  Or, how the sidewalks of the Meatpacking […]

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Zafen: Redefining “Interest” in the Changing World of Microfinance

Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Microfinance has taken a beating lately for shifting far afield from its humanitarian origins, originally funding tiny businesses run by poor women in developing countries to feed their families. It’s become a good idea gone bad, a charitable enterprise spoiled as profit surpassed people as the rationale for investment. It sickens the soul. […]

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WonderWorks Syracuse to Reopen Select Activities on August 7, 2020

Army Sergeant Seeks Help to Bring Two Rescue Dogs Back to America

Alcatraz East Crime Museum Highlights 100th Anniversary of the Women’s Suffrage Amendment

Doctor Offers Advice on Boosting Immune System to Help Beat COVID-19

Problem Solving Summer Solutions

Guests Weigh in On Binge-Worthy Crime Shows at New “What’s Your Crime?” Alcatraz East Crime Museum Exhibit