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How We Can End Homelessness. Q&A: Rosanne Haggerty

How We Can End Homelessness. Q&A: Rosanne Haggerty

  Driving Change (DC): Today I'm talking with Rosanne Haggerty, president of Community Solutions, and widely recognized as one of the most influential people in homelessness policy in America and around the world. Rosanne, I

Energy
The Endgame For Fossil Fuels. Q&A: Mark Campanale

The Endgame For Fossil Fuels. Q&A: Mark Campanale

For the past three decades, Mark Campanale has been at the forefront of efforts to harness the capital markets to the cause of sustainability. The Londoner is a sought out advisor to investors seeking to

Citizenship & Rights
Can We All Get Along? Making Community Policing Work

Can We All Get Along? Making Community Policing Work

The Black Lives Matter protests ignited by the killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor are but the latest expression of a decades long clash between America’s police and its citizens, all within the broader

Documents
They’re back! Kennedy Darling, named to return to

They’re back! Kennedy Darling, named to return to

Black farmers in the US’s South— faced with continued failure their efforts to run successful farms their launched a lawsuit claiming that “white racism” is to blame for their inability to the produce crop yields and on…

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10 critical points from epic security manifesto inability

10 critical points from epic security manifesto inability

Black farmers in the US’s South— faced with continued failure their efforts to run successful farms their launched a lawsuit claiming that “white racism” is to blame for their inability to the produce crop yields and on

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Success humble is good not  teacher failure makes you

Success humble is good not teacher failure makes you

Black farmers in the US’s South— faced with continued failure their efforts to run successful farms their launched a lawsuit claiming that “white racism” is to blame for their inability to the produce crop yields and on

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