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  • Article: Bryan Stevenson Wants Americans to Finally Confront Racism

    Bryan Stevenson Wants Americans to Finally Confront Racism

    By Joe McCarthy|Cisco|Jan. 17, 2020

    The lawyer and author is working to transform the criminal justice system. Read more

  • Article: Indian Families Struggle to Invest in Education As Food Inflation Rises

    Indian Families Struggle to Invest in Education As Food Inflation Rises

    By Leah Rodriguez|Jan. 17, 2020

    Consumer food inflation is the highest its been in six years. Read more

  • Article: 6 Powerful Examples of Unity in the Midst of Australia’s Bushfire Crisis

    6 Powerful Examples of Unity in the Midst of Australia’s Bushfire Crisis

    By Madeleine Keck|Jan. 17, 2020

    These stories are so heartwarming. Read more

  • Article: These Are the 13 Most Pressing Global Health Issues This Decade

    These Are the 13 Most Pressing Global Health Issues This Decade

    By Catherine Caruso|Jan. 16, 2020

    The World Health Organization released a list of health issues to be addressed in the next 10 years. Read more

  • Article: 2 Billion Mosquito Nets Have Officially Been Delivered Worldwide to Fight Malaria

    2 Billion Mosquito Nets Have Officially Been Delivered Worldwide to Fight Malaria

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Catherine Caruso|Jan. 16, 2020

    “Insecticide-treated nets are one of the most effective tools in the fight against malaria.” Read more

  • Article: Indonesia’s LGBTQ Community at Risk After Jailing of ‘Britain’s Most Prolific’ Rapist

    Indonesia’s LGBTQ Community at Risk After Jailing of ‘Britain’s Most Prolific’ Rapist

    By Catherine Caruso|Jan. 16, 2020

    Human rights group warns LGBTQ people could be under threat, after sentencing of Reynhard Sinaga. Read more

  • Article: Melbourne Briefly Had the Worst Air Quality in the World This Week

    Melbourne Briefly Had the Worst Air Quality in the World This Week

    By Madeleine Keck|Jan. 15, 2020

    Melbournians are suffocating under thick haze and smoke from the bushfires. Read more

  • Article: The UK Promises Not to Eliminate Its Overseas Aid Department After Action From Charities
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    The UK Promises Not to Eliminate Its Overseas Aid Department After Action From Charities

    By Helen Lock|Jan. 15, 2020

    But the department could still lose its Secretary of State leadership, concerning aid advocates. Read more