Youth, Leadership, India

Youth, Leadership, India

February 18, 2021 |
Author: Sahil Aggarwal, Co-founder and CEO, Rishihood University
A 1931 ‘Histomap’ by John B. Sparks has gained popularity recently. It’s an ambitious attempt at portraying the relative power of different civilizations over a 4000-year period of human history. Not surprisingly, India is one of the only two civilizations… Read more
Parivartan: Empower Against Abuse

Parivartan: Empower Against Abuse

February 3, 2021 |
Author: Chhavi, Himanshu, Madhuri, Shubhra, Shobana, Smitha, Parivartan Core Team
Have you experienced raw fear when walking on a lonely street? You are not alone. This has been a common experience for many of us growing up, and in our adult years as well. It was January 2020. The four… Read more
Solar Cookers International: Clean Cooking Solutions

Solar Cookers International: Clean Cooking Solutions

January 29, 2021 |
Author: Dr. Shishpal Rawat, Solar Cookers International Board President
When I was volunteering at the 6th Solar Cookers International world conference at the Muni Seva Ashram in Gujarat India, I was struck by the enormity of the challenge to make clean cooking solutions available to the 3 billion people… Read more
My Transformational Journey Understanding Mahatma Gandhi

My Transformational Journey Understanding Mahatma Gandhi

January 21, 2021 |
Author: Atul Kothari, Founder, Eternal Gandhi Museum Houston
My journey on the path of understanding Gandhi and the power of truth and nonviolence began in 1974.  As my plane was landing in New York, I asked myself a question, "Why was this reverse migration happening?" At one time… Read more
India’s River Narmada: Trees, Pilgrims, and Pilot Projects

India’s River Narmada: Trees, Pilgrims, and Pilot Projects

January 14, 2021 |
Author: Anita Nagpal Schwartz, Development Director, India for The Nature Conservancy
We’re in an Indian field covered in dirt up to our elbows, and we feel great. We’ve left ample rich Indian soil behind to nourish the native trees we are planting on the banks of the River Narmada. We’re here… Read more
Failing to Success

Failing to Success

January 7, 2021 |
Author: Rachna Nath, entrepreneur, grant writer, educator
After my unsuccessful attempt at a medical profession In India, my journey started in the United States in 2003. At that time, I was looking for a job by applying for 10-15 positions a day and still nothing happened for… Read more
Why Gun Violence Matters

Why Gun Violence Matters

January 7, 2021 |
Author: Milan Narayan
Wednesday, January 6 was the culmination of the lack of unity and the aggression that plagues American society today, and absolutely underscores why gun violence matters. Let us flash back a bit for perspective. The onset of 2012 was a… Read more
Let’s talkSTEM: Creating a STEM community

Let’s talkSTEM: Creating a STEM community

December 29, 2020 |
Author: Dr. Koshi Dhingra, Founder and CEO, talkSTEM.org
I founded the talkSTEM nonprofit in 2015 with the vision of a world where all girls, young women, and others from underrepresented groups see themselves as people who engage in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) in their lived experiences,… Read more