Hacking poverty through mobile tech and social entrepreneurship

 In Silicon Valley the term “hacker” has evolved to connote high praise for someone particularly creative, ingenious and adept at finding clever new ways to accomplish a difficult task. And … Continue Reading →


Sparkling and Blighted, Convention Cities Spotlight Ignored Urban Issues

Cleveland and Philadelphia, with areas of gleaming renewal and others of crushing poverty, illustrate the plight of America’s cities, little discussed in the campaign.


Jerusalem Journal: For Palestinians, Raising Arabian Horses Is ‘the Hobby of the Poor’

Stables dot villages and towns of every size in the occupied West Bank, and many families who share tiny, cramped homes raise their own horses.