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The Book of Embraces

A blog post for Provisions Library on September 19, 2011: One of my favorite authors is Eduardo Galeano, an Uruguyan journalist and historian. He has an amazing way to write about history from the perspective of the loser or the … Continue reading

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Women and their voice

As a “1.5 generation” immigrant I have struggled with the role of women in society. I am a Bangladeshi-American. I hail from Bangladesh, but I was raised in the U.S. I believe women are critical enablers in a thriving culture. Suppressing … Continue reading

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Social Entrepreneurship

Over the past two years I have noticed that the term “social entrepreneurship” is used with increasing frequency. There are wide diverse number of competitions a social entrepreneur can participate in to access seed money, mentorship, and coaching. Some of … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the 2010 Net Impact Conference

Last weekend, I attended the annual Net Impact conference, hosted by the Ross School of Business (University of Michigan). It was my second time. Overall it was a good conference. I had a chance to listen to some of the … Continue reading

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Social Networks

Nicholas A. Christakis, a social scientist, describe the social networks that influence and impact each of us. It is so dynamic. It influences our state of happiness, our body mass index, and many other things. So You are who you … Continue reading

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