Today I woke up and did something new, well I should rephrase that and say I did something today I have not done in a long time. (I have to admit.) I read the mission of our practice, my mission, that I wrote, before my practice was what it is […]
A little while ago Heather Johnson and I met up to discuss what it’s like being a big sister, also known as a big, through the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program. Her insight is vast–from talk about her first time meeting up with her little brother, also known as her […]
We often hear about devastation, but few of us actually take matters into our own hands. Olga Murray, founder of the Nepalese Youth Opportunity Foundation, is one of those rare heroes. Read this exclusive interview with the altruist. Highlights include what spurred her action, how she did it, and how you can help.
Most Americans have come to see that myths about HIV are false. But much of this progress came from the struggles of advocates like Pedro Zamora. After watching his biopic, Pedro, I wrote this quick post to relay two traits–openness and passion–that helped raise HIV awareness during a time of ignorance. I hope this helps you secure success in HIV and/or other social justice work.