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How D.C.’s Museums Plan to Preserve the New Era of Protest
In this interview with Atlas Obscura, Senior Fellow Tsione Wolde-Michael discusses how museums in Washington D.C. are documenting protests in the wake of George Floyd's murder, as they happen.
Board Member and Senior Fellow Claude Grunitzky reflects on recent protests in TRUE Africa
Claude Grunitzky, Humanity in Action Board Member and Senior Fellow, shares his reflections on the recent protests in the wake of George Floyd's murder.
Senior Fellow launches fundraising campaign for documentary Concrete Roots
Senior Fellow Lisa Muloma and the documentary film team THE COUCH are fundraising for their upcoming venture CONCRETE ROOTS, a documentary film on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Beyond lip service: Tackling racism in your development organization
Senior Fellow Lauren Reese outlines steps for international development organizations to take to go beyond boilerplate statements of inclusion and diversity in addressing their racial bias and to "do good" for the communities they serve as well as for the employees that serve them.
Fellow Donald Andrews first student from the NJIT to receive Humanity in Action Fellowship
Fellow Donald "Will" Andrews, an industrial engineering student from the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), represents the school's first recipient of the Humanity in Action Fellowship.
Film Premiere Celebration with Senior Fellow Christina Antonakos-Wallace
Humor over Rumor: Combating Disinformation Around COVID-19 in Taiwan
In this episode of the Global Strain podcast, from the Robert Bosch Foundation, Senior Fellow Allister Chang interviews Taiwan's Digital Minister Audrey Tang on Taiwan's response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is educating its population about the virus.
Can Media Literacy Save Us?
In this episode of the Robert Bosch Foundation's Global Futures podcast, Senior Fellow Allister Chang is interviewed to discuss media literacy and the need for teaching critical thinking.