“caring about other people’s kids is part of what it means to care about our own” – a blog post from Slacktivist on moral choices. This well-researched book on [ read more brave ]
Read this article by a rabbi arrested for protesting the Muslim travel ban.
Duncan Green’s new website on how change happens has been released in advance of a book by the same name. Dr. Green is one of the sanest voices in development, [ read more brave ]
Happy ThanksgivingSupport the United Farm Workers Union who are working to better the lives and working conditions of tens of thousands of workers who harvest the food we all eat. [ read more brave ]
I know basically all international development jobs want a Master’s degree. (It’s an unfair winnowing-out technique that favors people who can pay for grad school, and it sucks.) But that [ read more brave ]
Two thoughtful articles on using data for international development, and a contest on data for improving vision: IPA takes on the difference between big data, and good data. Linda Raftree [ read more brave ]
Lifehacker suggests asking for a reference letter when you leave a job. Because they think it’s 1973? No one uses reference letters anyone more. Having them won’t get you a [ read more brave ]
Not everyone is at a place where they can start working with a coach. You might not have the time, or the money (Though if it’s a money issue, get [ read more brave ]