Über Kathleen Ebbitt

Kathleen Ebbitt is a freelance writer with Global Citizen. Living in NYC, she is an activist, MSW, and is angst-ridden, despite being an eternal optimist.

Warum Kathleen Ebbitt ein Global Citizen ist

I am a global citizen because I believe that strength comes from unity, cultural understanding, acceptance, and openess to learning about the world. A better and more sustainable tomorrow is possible - but only through increased interconnection and tolerance.

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  1. Artikel: 6 inspiring quotes from "To Kill A Mockingbird" to honor Harper Lee

    6 inspiring quotes from "To Kill A Mockingbird" to honor Harper Lee

    Ein Beitrag von Kathleen Ebbitt|19. Februar 2016

    To commemorate the passing of Harper Lee, take some inspiration from her masterpiece. Mehr Lesen

  2. Artikel: Meet Scott Karrel of Unlock Foundation, an Education Nonprofit

    Meet Scott Karrel of Unlock Foundation, an Education Nonprofit

    Ein Beitrag von Kathleen Ebbitt|19. Juni 2015

    Passion, collaboration, and listening are key to being an impactful humanitarian Mehr Lesen

  3. Artikel: This is your brain on poverty: 5 facts

    This is your brain on poverty: 5 facts

    Ein Beitrag von Kathleen Ebbitt|16. Juni 2015

    Poverty, the brain, and cognitive functioning - you’ll be surprised at the connection. Mehr Lesen

  4. Artikel: “Left Behind” Report Shows How Complicated Chronic Poverty Is

    “Left Behind” Report Shows How Complicated Chronic Poverty Is

    Ein Beitrag von Kathleen Ebbitt|16. Juni 2015

    Listen up policy wonks - poverty is everyone's problem. Mehr Lesen

  5. Artikel: Child soldiers are being used as an integral part of ISIS' army

    Child soldiers are being used as an integral part of ISIS' army

    Ein Beitrag von Kathleen Ebbitt|10. Juni 2015

    ISIS is indoctrinating and training child soldiers into their ranks. Mehr Lesen

  6. Artikel: Vision loss and its link to poverty

    Vision loss and its link to poverty

    Ein Beitrag von Kathleen Ebbitt|9. Juni 2015

    Poor eyesight and poverty are connected - get the facts on this little known epidemic. Mehr Lesen

  7. Artikel: 5 facts on climate refugees - and why you should care

    5 Gründe, warum wir alle zu Klimaflüchtlingen werden könnten

    Ein Beitrag von Kathleen Ebbitt|8. Juni 2015

    Klimawandel. Egal woher er kommt, Tatsache ist: er ist da. Und er geht uns alle an. Mehr Lesen

  8. Artikel: Making mental illness more visible - through some really cool t-shirts

    Making mental illness more visible - through some really cool t-shirts

    Ein Beitrag von Kathleen Ebbitt|3. Juni 2015

    “Wear Your Label” and show support for mental health. Mehr Lesen

  9. Artikel: 15 Facts About the Status of Girls & Women Around the World

    15 Facts About the Status of Girls & Women Around the World

    Ein Beitrag von Kathleen Ebbitt|29. Mai 2015

    Girls and women have come a long way... but we still have a long way to go. Mehr Lesen

  10. Artikel: Nepal earthquake is increasing child marriages

    Nepal earthquake is increasing child marriages

    Ein Beitrag von Kathleen Ebbitt|28. Mai 2015

    The devastation is leading to marriages for orphans and daughters who parents feel are at risk. Mehr Lesen