Over and over, the American palate has undergone major transformations. That’s because what we put in our mouths is directly related to how new immigrants help America reinvent its cultural identity. America loves to call itself a “nation of immigrants” and
Frank Massolini advocates for trafficking victims as a warrior against exploitation through The Salvation Army. Most newlyweds spend their honeymoon celebrating a new chapter in life, but Frank Massolini found his to be a chance to help someone else start anew.
“Nature is not a place to visit. It is home.” - Gary Snyder Cities around the country are using innovative urban planning to turn dead zones into vibrant civic spaces. Studies have long shown the myriad benefits we humans derive from the
Starting early makes a child more likely to give back later. Getting an early start on volunteering as a family can have the most impact on a child’s future philanthropic behavior, according to DoSomething.org, which notes that the influence of
It’s nearly time—back to school. As the summer fades away, store shelves are stocked with all of the latest scholastic essentials. In fact, the average family spends over $670 on back-to-school items, according to the National Retail Federation. But you have
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It seems that there is a new story each week about the tensions between “black lives” and “blue lives” in communities across America. There are longstanding rifts, historical complications, and pieces of the puzzle that are tough to place. How to
Outside St. Louis, Mo., The Salvation Army brings youth and law enforcement together to foster reconciliation in communities riven by racial injustice. “When you look at officers who are in underserved communities with high crime, and young people who are in