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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | When We Change The World Changes

When We Change The World Changes

Shortly after Obama’s first election victory, I saw a homeless guy with a tin cup and a sign that read: “I’m also looking for change.” Whether we’re looking for change or not, change is the only constant, and while all of us are subject to our own mortality this is a headline on a newspaper we are often inclined not to read. Many of us feel that our ability to…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Not in Having but in Giving

Not in Having but in Giving

Even as the best in us remembers how much we have to be thankful for, Thanksgiving is a reminder ethical elevation is not in having but in giving. Having thanks for our life can make a difference in our life. Giving thanks can make more than just a difference; it can make a just difference. And a just difference can make all the difference. Knowing we have a great life…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | First World vs Third World Concerns

First World vs Third World Concerns

A wealthy Englishman once remarked: “I find it easier to be a member of a club than of the human race because the bylaws are shorter, and I know all the members personally.” Groucho Marx once quipped, “I’ve been rich, and I’ve been poor, and rich is better.” The problem is that all of us have problems. But we all have different problems. And many of us like to think…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Is there a disconnect in 2012?

Is there a disconnect in 2012?

Tomorrow is the 2012 election, for all parties involved this has been a tough election season and in a couple days there will be many questions answered, or will there? Robert J. Samuelson Opinion Writer  By Robert J. Samuelson, Published: November 4 As America votes, what can be said about this nasty campaign is that it was dangerously disconnected from the actual problems the victor will face. The textbook version of American democracy…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Great Opportunities Available for Global Firms in the Developing World

Great Opportunities Available for Global Firms in the Developing World

We have heard the same excuse many times over from businesses being asked to explore developing countries, “but what’s in it for me?” The below article from Fast Company is a nice round up of five reasons global firms should serve the developing world: Ideo’s CEO: 5 Reasons Global Firms Should Serve The Developing World LINDA TISCHLER Linda Tischler writes about the intersection of design and business for Fast Company.…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Will a New Educational Model Create Economic Growth?

Will a New Educational Model Create Economic Growth?

We are consistently looking for stories and news articles about our focused topics, this one we found recently that is a combination of both Educational Justice and Economic Justice from USNews: U.S. Needs New Educational Model for Economic Growth Linking educators and employers is key to economic recovery and maintaining American global competitiveness By STAN LITOW October 19, 2012 Stanley Litow is IBM’s vice president of Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs…

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