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Pay Versus Care, Ambition Versus Conscience

BY: DR. WASFA FAROOQ BADSHAH, M.B.B.S., BATCH XVI

Pakistan is a country of ironies. We epitomize a paradoxical lifestyle; donating money to schools while employing underage children to work in our households – for many genuine reasons, assuredly. 955 more words

Prose

Los Angeles street vendors move forward towards legalization

Note: Rudy Espinoza, Executive Director of Leadership for Urban Renewal Network (LURN) authored this blog. Rudy is also Chair of the Investing in Place Advisory Board. 464 more words

Social Equity

Worldwide Renewable Energy at a Low Cost. Can we make it happen? Part 3

Let’s continue from where we stopped from Part 2 of this post. For more information you can start from Part 1. 1,008 more words

Alternative Society

The Paramount Chief

By: Dan Phale*

Some ages ago in the forest of Wanyeriwa there lived a man called Jumbo. He was a Paramount Chief who ruled over a vast land extending to the entire nearest city which was named after Wanyeriwa forest. 524 more words

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Worldwide Renewable Energy at a Low Cost. Can we make it happen? Part 2

Let’s continue from where we stopped from Part 1 of this post.

The Great Green Wall and the Green Great Wall and their possibilities

 So now you will say (and you have a right to do so): “This is all good and true, but I came here for the free part, not a lecture in marketing, profits and distant and plausible futures.”. 1,095 more words

Alternative Society

Protecting Fair and Affordable Housing Under Trump

You may have seen developer Geoff Palmer’s luxury apartment buildings clustered on the fringes of downtown Los Angeles. Massive, and dressed in wan tones of bisque and vanilla, they all hew to a particular architectural style. 909 more words

Architecture

New Map Highlights African-American Architects’ Work in Los Angeles (Part 2)

“In architecture, I had absolutely no role model,” said Norma M. Sklarek, the first African-American woman to earn an architecture license in the United States. In the mid-1960s, Sklarek moved to Los Angeles from New York to join the firm of Gruen Associates, where she became director. 1,087 more words

Architecture