Boston-based reflect and strengthen is creating a grassroots movement for those in need. // By Layla Schlack // Photograph by Ernesto Arroyo
For 35 years, this radio DJ and activist has been helping Americans get enough to eat.
By Layla Schlack //Photograph by Tony Luong WHO: DYLAN MAHALINGAM, 15 MISSION: “To empower and engage youth around the world to get more involved in making the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) happen,” says Mahalingam. Those goals, set by the U.N., include universal education, ending poverty and stopping [...]
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Anthony Martin puts kids on the fast track at his Urban Youth Racing School.
Shaun Duvall forges connections between Midwestern farmers and their Mexican employees.
Twenty-seven-year-old Jon Azrielant plans to save the world by circling it in an electric car.
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A Massachusetts mom turns a hobby into a national charity that offers hope and support, one loaf at a time.
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