November 19, 2019

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Peace On Earth: A Good Way To Slash The Deficit

Want to cut state budgets? Boost social spending. Michael Shank and US Congressman Michael Honda show how, on Talkback.

Grants To Help Homeless

Shelters, substance abuse centers and other programs that work with Mississippi's homeless are set to receive $4.3 million in federal grant money in...

Why Rebuilding Cities Need Rebranding

Cities need brands, too. Five steps to rebuilding yours - Marc Stoiber on Talkback.

Economy Reset: Principles of a New Economy

Economy Reset: Corporation 20/20's Allen White lays out the Principles of a New Economy. On Talkback.

A Review of 'Fighting Poverty Together'

CSRwire Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen reviews 'Fighting Poverty Together: Rethinking Strategies for Business, Governments and Civil Society to Reduce Poverty.'

Happy in Hungary

Resilience + Community = Happiness. John de Graaf and Laura Musikanski report from the Balaton Group on Talkback.

The Vanishing American Middle Class

While most consumers remain optimistic, marketers will have to adjust to a reality that predates the previous recession | Ad Age.

A Personal Reflection: The Kibbutz at 100

The profound transformation of Israel's kibbutz movement is told on Talkback, by Jeffrey Hollender.

Revitalizing Struggling American Cities

Living Cities is working with five US municipalities to develop an ecosystem for solving urban problems | Stanford Social Innovation Review.

Climate Change Takes a Toll on Cultures

There are nearly 7,000 known languages in the world today. It is predicted that half of these will vanish over the next 50...




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