Inside Cuba’s DIY internet revolution.

Join us : facebook.com/earthwithoutpoverty Inside Cuba’s DIY internet revolution. YOU’LL BE SITTING in the magnificently beautiful ruin of Havana, surrounded by decaying stonework and pastel-colored Detroit rolling iron, and you’ll be ignoring it all to swipe down on your Facebook feed like a cocaine addict licking his snort mirror—which you are, of course: a depraved cokehead […]

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14 billionaires join Bill Gates, Warren Buffett in giving away more than half their money.

Join us: facebook.com/earthwithoutpoverty 14 billionaires join Bill Gates, Warren Buffett in giving away more than half their money. Welcome the newest class of billionaires who have pledged to give the majority of their wealth to philanthropic causes. Fourteen more billionaires have signed on to the Giving Pledge – the initiative created by Bill and Melinda […]

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World’s first solar-powered hydrogen development takes homes 100% off-grid.

Join us:facebook.com/earthwithoutpoverty World’s first solar-powered hydrogen development takes homes 100% off-grid. An innovative off-grid housing development in Chiang Mai, Thailand has set a new milestone in the journey towards greener and more sustainable living. Developed by CNX Construction and owned by Sebastian-Justus Schmidt, the Phi Suea House is powered entirely by a solar-hydrogen system — a world’s first for energy storage […]

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Why the Myth of Meritocracy Hurts Kids of Color.

Join us: facebook.com/earthwithoutpoverty Why the Myth of Meritocracy Hurts Kids of Color. Brighton Park is a predominantly Latino community on the southwest side of Chicago. It’s a neighborhood threatened by poverty, gang violence, ICE raids, and isolation—in a city where income, race, and zip code can determine access to jobs, schools, healthy food, and essential services. It […]

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