#World

  • Article: Woman's 'nightmare' year in Africa causes outrage on Twitter

    Woman's 'nightmare' year in Africa causes outrage on Twitter

    By Madeline Schwartz|July 5, 2016

    Inaccurate depictions of a primitive and backwards Africa are called out on Twitter. Read more

  • Article: These 4 indigenous artists are looking to clarify history with music

    These 4 indigenous artists are looking to clarify history with music

    By Madeline Schwartz|June 22, 2016

    Indigenous music today speaks volumes about the native experience. Read more

  • Article: One simple way you can help slow climate change

    One simple way you can help slow climate change

    By Madeline Schwartz|June 22, 2016

    The answer lies in what you put on your plate. Read more

  • Article: What's the G7 Summit have to do with a HungerFree world?

    What's the G7 Summit have to do with a HungerFree world?

    From World Vision|May 24, 2016

    You can get the G7 to make the world HungerFree. Read more

  • Article: Is hosting the Olympics really a good idea for a country?

    Is hosting the Olympics really a good idea for a country?

    By Aditi Shetty|May 3, 2016

    Behind the argument for hosting the biggest sporting event on the planet. Read more

  • Article: These 2 Afghan women empower girls despite threat of Taliban

    These 2 Afghan women empower girls despite threat of Taliban

    By Olivia Howell|Global Poverty Project|Nov. 4, 2015

    Why we need to protect the women showing girls what they can be. Read more

  • Article: 4 innovative ways to help end water stress

    4 innovative ways to help end water stress

    By Ari Medina|Global Poverty Project|Aug. 23, 2015

    Some advice for World Water Week. Read more

  • Article: International schools: breeding grounds for diversity or an international "mono-culture"?

    International schools: breeding grounds for diversity or an international "mono-culture"?

    By Yuanyuan Kelly |Aug. 19, 2015

    Are international schools actually as international and diverse as we think? Read more