People Doing Good

Stories of people making a difference in the world

Why I Committed To Changing the Education System

Education & prison reform advocate Michael Phillips shares his story and an invitation to join a mission to create systemic change in the United States.
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How Some Churches Are Working To Alleviate Period Poverty

Menstruation supplies are expensive — and stigmatized. So many people just go without. These churches are trying to make a difference.
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Women Making a Difference: 8 World-Changers To Know

These women are changing the world in creative and innovative ways — and will leave you feeling inspired.
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Staying Pawsitive: The Best Good News Stories About Dogs

Happy news about dogs doing good for people and the planet — and hopeful stories of people doing good for dogs.
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Best Inspirational Dolly Parton Quotes About Life & Love

A curated list of Dolly’s best quotes about making a difference, filling the world with positivity, and living a life of purpose.
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Texas Faith Communities Are Helping Their Congregations Get Vaccinated at Church

Harris County's Partner Incentive Program, which reimburses churches, mosques, and community centers for holding vaccination events, have resulted in more than 3,000 vaccinations since September.
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50 Essential Civil Rights Speeches

A compilation of 50 essential civil rights speeches using resources including BlackPast, TED, American RadioWorks, the Obama Foundation, and various other media and educational sources.
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MLK Day: 41 Best Bernice King Quotes About Hope & Justice

Bernice King is the daughter of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King.
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People Are Doing the 'Betty White Challenge' To Honor the Late Icon's Care For Animals

#BettyWhiteChallenge: Thousands of people are donating to animal nonprofits in honor of Betty White.
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This Czech City Is Modeling How Communities Can Support Migrant Populations

The city of Brno’s growing migrant population had been mostly served by NGOs. It wasn’t enough. So the city brought the work in-house.
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