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More Than an Incident on a Bus

Originally posted on Open Salon on June 21, 2012:

            Some months ago I wrote about Melanie, a schoolmate of mine who was bullied mercilessly decades ago when we were in the sixth grade.  1,405 more words

Carol Stein: Cumberland Gallery Director interviewed by Bloomberg Businessweek

Entrepreneurs 25 Years After H.R. 5050?

By Karen E. Klein November 14, 2013

Last month marked a quarter-century milestone for entrepreneurship policy that few entrepreneurs were likely aware of, let alone celebrated. 88 more words

Raising funds goes global

By Sheryl Smolkin

Whether you are starting a business, writing a book or spearheading a charitable cause, you may need to raise money. Crowdsourcing or crowdfunding web sites allow you to globally market your campaign well beyond the boundaries of your own community or province. 825 more words

Sheryl Smolkin

Bullied bus driver receives $703K check

GREECE, N.Y. — A former New York bus monitor who was videotaped being bullied by students was presented with a check Tuesday for more than $703,000. 217 more words


Question for Felix Salmon on Charitable Giving

Reuter‘s Felix Salmon wrote a blog post a few days ago on charitable giving and how the internet allows random acts of kindness. However, at one point Salmon asserts something and makes the rare error of not citing or linking to supporting evidence for his assertion: 328 more words

Domestic Policy

Want to Raise THOU$AND$ Through Social Media?

For my post this week, I wanted to dive further into a topic that I very briefly touched upon during my individual presentation: CROWDFUNDING. 728 more words

Ethos, Pathos, Logos, and Twitos

In the age of Web 2.0, how do you create real change through activism with Social Media? Many try, some get retweeted, some get shared, some get small amounts of donations, but how many actually accomplish their goals? 304 more words