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The Trump Phenomenon (The P.R angle) - by Socio-Capitalist

In the words of Barack Obama, ‘the election (Trump’s victory) is probably the biggest political upset in the history of the American elections’. 1,769 more words

Sustainable Development

Why I March

Next Saturday, I will be marching in Boston’s Women’s March.

I march because my kids deserve to grow up in a country that’s not being run by a Russian puppet. 208 more words

Family

Zukas Interview Tonight on WKOW Channel 27 About Social Contract of Sidewalk Maintenance

Tune in to an interview of Dr. Keith Zukas talking about the social responsibility contract of shoveling and sanding/salting sidewalks for citizens in Madison, WI tonight on WKOW Channel 27. 16 more words

All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders


What it’s about: 
Patricia and Laurence are friends hoping to survive the terrible ordeal of middle school. And granted, they’re weird. Patricia has an odd on-and-off ability to speak to animals, and Laurence spends hours in his room building a supercomputer in his closet and perfecting his two-second time machine to help him dodge the lunchroom slop that occasionally gets hurled his way.  325 more words

Book Reviews

Hunger Produces Humility

It’s the final day of the Every Nation Global Fast (#ENFast2017) and I must say abstaining from food for consecutive days is arduous. Fasting disrupts your schedule, it makes you grumpy, it gives you a headache, and it’s simply not much fun. 554 more words

Every Nation Fast

Visit to Snehagram

If you are clued-up on Christ University, you know how it latches on to the value of social responsibility. It does not close there. Apart from strictly adhering to its values, it edifies the students about the social responsibilities that are ineludible and intimately interconnected to them in their virtue of being a member of the human kind. 312 more words

Projects

Why Europe is leading on climate-conscious business

https://www.greenbiz.com/article/why-europe-leading-climate-conscious-business

In 2015, I moved to Europe to develop our international services at 3Degrees. Since then, I’ve had countless conversations across the continent, from conference hallways to coffee shops, about differences and similarities between Europe and the United States on topics of culture, business and how the two go together. 746 more words