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People to Know / Punch Profile : Food Tank Founder Danielle Nierenberg

People to Know / Punch Profile : Food Tank Founder Danielle Nierenberg

By Guest Contributor Lani Furbank Earlier this month, Food Tank, a non-profit organization dedicated to building a sustainable global food system, hosted a panel at American University that brought together students, community members, and leaders in the food sphere. The panel, called “The Real Cost of Food” examined the social, environmental, and health impacts of producing food using […]

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Rock Recovery presents Building Bridges: Living An Integrated Life

Rock Recovery presents Building Bridges: Living An Integrated Life

One thing I’ve learned (and it’s been pounded into my head) from my confession about my food struggles, is that I am NOT ALONE. Even this past weekend during all of the White House Correspondents Dinner weekend festivities, I was humbled with friends approaching me to thank me for being honest and sharing a very […]

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Single & Ready to Mingle: The Great Love Debate Comes to DC

Single & Ready to Mingle: The Great Love Debate Comes to DC

While I’m on the panel, I don’t necessarily agree with this upcoming event’s main question “Why is everyone still single?” mainly because “everyone” is inaccurate and B#2, it suggests that “being single” is a negative. Baby, it ain’t bad. In fact, between being in a sucky relationship and working through headache and heartache issues versus being […]

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Save The Children Focuses on Empowering Girls

Save The Children Focuses on Empowering Girls

By Punch Correspondent Karen Garnick “In Myanmar, families tend not to invest in girls’ health or education because they perceive girls as having a lower value, a lower worth than boys. Save The Children and its implementing partner, a local NGO called Colorful Girls, wanted to change this equation…so they designed a program meant to […]

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