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“A Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins With a Single Step”             Gandhi’s Be Magazine turns 5 today! We are writing to share this happy news with you because you have been an important part of this journey and we want to thank you for your incredible support throughout the […]

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A Change in Paradigm 2.0 – 11/11/2014 1am “I am”

Editor’s Note: Celebrating 5 years of Gandhi’s Be Magazine, we introduce A Change in Paradigm 2.0. CLICK HERE to read the original “Change in Paradigm” published on the launch of Gandhi’s Be Magazine on 11/11/2009 1am “I am.”  

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Missy Crutchfield: “Checkpoint. The West creates the darkness, then blames the darkness”

The Muslims are not the enemy. The Jews are not the enemy. The Hindus and Buddhists are not the enemy. And, the Christians are not the enemy. The enemy is ignorance and intolerance. The enemy is darkness of the mind and of the heart. Let’s take a real look at the insanity in the world. […]

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Joey Reiman: “The Famillionaire”

Companies with a Soul Joey Reiman, CEO & Founder of BrightHouse, a global consultancy firm, was named one of the 100 people who will change the way the world thinks by Fast Company. An adjunct professor at the Goizueta Business School at Emory University, his mission is to bring more purpose to the world of […]

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During Clinton Global Initiative Remarks, President Barack Obama Unveils New Level of Support for Civil Society Organizations Worldwide

(New York City) In his remarks at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting in New York City today, U.S. President Barack Obama unveiled a bold plan to step up support for Civil Society organizations worldwide. In his remarks, President Obama said, “The most important title is not President, it is Citizen.” Stand with Civil Society: […]

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Egyptians Abroad for Democracy Worldwide Host “Democracy and Human Rights in Egypt” Conference in partnership with University of Bridgeport

Egyptians Abroad for Democracy Worldwide hosted the “Democracy and Human Rights in Egypt” Conference in partnership with the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut on November 21, 2014. Supporting sponsors included Human Rights Watch and Gandhi’s Be Magazine. Building on the momentum of a series of awareness events from Istanbul, Turkey to The Carter Center in […]

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TakePart: “U.S. Senate Defeats Keystone XL Pipeline Bill, but the Fight Is Far From Over”

Republicans will reintroduce the legislation when they take control of the Senate—will Democrats join them? (TakePart) The United States Senate’s defeat Tuesday of a bill that would have approved construction of the controversial Keystone Xl pipeline will be a short-lived victory for environmentalists. Very short. In January, the Republicans take control of the Senate and […]

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Earthjustice: “TAKE ACTION: Make Climate Polluters Clean Up After Themselves”

(Earthjustice) The fossil fuel industry is rising up against the strongest limits ever proposed to end the worst climate change polluter: dirty coal plants. But the industry doesn’t have the public’s support. We do. Dirty power plants are the single largest source of carbon pollution that is driving climate change. Right now, these plants are […]

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ANSWER Coalition: “Protests planned to demand justice for Michael Brown”

(ANSWER Coalition) The ANSWER Coalition is calling on all of its affiliate organizations, friends and supporters to join in day of/day after demonstrations that are being planned in local cities around the country should the grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri, fail to indict officer Darren Wilson for the cold-blooded murder of unarmed teenager Michael Brown. […]

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The Hunger Games & the R4BIA Hand Sign: “An Emerging Symbol for Human Rights in Egypt and Around the World”

As a new installment of “The Hunger Games” hits the theaters this fall, it is a reminder of the larger, real-life stories of “The People” and mass movements for human rights happening around the world right now from the Egyptian Revolution and the R4BIA sign to the Thai Mockingjay Movement and the 3-Finger sign. The […]

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Huffington Post: “Injustice in Egypt: How Freedom of Speech Could Lose Its Voice”

(Huffington Post) On June 23, after five months of a trial that made a travesty of its proceedings, three Al-Jazeera journalists — Australian reporter Peter Greste, Canadian-Egyptian acting Bureau Chief Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian producer Baher Mohammed — were sentenced to seven to 10 years of prison on terrorism-related charges in Cairo, Egypt. In the […]

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TakePart: “This Eating Disorder Is the Opposite of Anorexia”

(TakePart) Unrealistic images in the media don’t just hurt women. More and more men grapple with eating disorders, often focusing on gaining muscle over losing weight. Unlike anorexia, those with muscle dysmorphia fear weight loss and feel anxious when hungry. Clinical psychologist Dr. Stuart Murray joins the show to discuss warning signs of this disorder, […]

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TakePart: “An Anchorman Wore the Same Suit for a Year to Prove a Point—and He Was Right”

(TakePart) As a show business veteran, Australian newscaster Karl Stefanovic is no stranger to sexism. That is, the sexism experienced by his female colleagues, who have been frequent targets of unsolicited fashion commentary. So Stefanovic tried a little experiment. He wore the same cheap navy suit on air for an entire year. The reaction is […]

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NYTimes: “From an Egyptian-American Prisoner on Hunger Strike in Cairo, a Letter Home”

(NYTimes) Mohamed Soltan, an Egyptian-American in prison in Cairo awaiting trial for more than a year after his arrest at a street protest, entered the 294th day of a hunger strike on Sunday, his 27th birthday. He wrote in a recent letter that was smuggled to his family and provided to The New York Times […]

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The Narthex: “Ferguson Is America”

In the anxious days before the Grand Jury ruling in on the shooting of Michael Brown last August, can Christians—black and white—stand together for justice? (The Narthex) The decision from the grand jury seated in St. Louis County considering charges against Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson in the killing on August 9 of 18-year-old Michael […]

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Treehugger: “India looks to invest $1 billion into renewable energy over coming few years”

(Treehugger) $1 billion, not $1 million. India has also increased its renewable energy capacity target from 22 gigawatts by 2022 to 100 gigawatts by 2019. These announcements are somewhat staggering. I’ve long said that developing countries are going to leapfrog the giant thermal power plants of and go straight into the decentralized, renewable energy (especially […]

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Grist: “Obama pledges $3 billion for world climate fund, makes the GOP look even dumber”

(Grist) The White House announced today that President Obama is going to pledge $3 billion to the U.N.’s Green Climate Fund, throwing down another gauntlet at the GOP just three days after his joint announcement with Chinese President Xi Jinping that the U.S. and China will pursue new emissions reduction goals. The Green Climate Fund […]

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