October 21, 2015, No comments

It started over cannoli in a small bakery in Northampton, Massachusetts. Ted Barber and his business comrade, Amber Chand, knew they wanted to help put an end to poverty and […]


Hot Bread Kitchen Supports Low Income Women in NYC

September 15, 2015, No comments

Hot Bread Kitchen, based in New York City’s East Harlem neighbourhood, is a basic fabric of that local community, offering the foreign-born and low- ...


Poverty Tracker & Michael Weinstein: Exclusive Interview

May 28, 2014, No comments

The official poverty estimate for New York City is about 21 percent. It’s wrong. Michael Weinstein explains. (Justmeans/3BL Media) — Accor ...

World Map of Electricity

Why Benefit Corporation Legislation Can Benefit Less Developed Countries

December 3, 2012, 1 Comment

      The B Corp movement has gone global with plans to have over 100 B Corps outside of the U.S. in at least 20 countries by the end o ...

  • El Puente
    El Puente – The Bridge
    October 29, 2012, No comments

    “Your problem is to bridge the gap which exists between where you are now and the goal you intend to reach.” – Earl Nightingale A long-time favorite destination for tourism [...]

  • Mlolongo Slums
    August 31, 2012, No comments

    I walked through the winding alleyways of the slum, my eyes fixated on the ground below me.  I tried nervously to avoid slipping into piles of mud and animal waste, [...]