Could conversations across the U.S. combat bigotry and bias? We learn from Samar Ali, founder of Millions of Conversations.
More than half of H.R. professionals say they would be willing to hire individuals with criminal records, up from just 37 percent in 2018.
New polling shows two-thirds of Americans support President Biden’s decision to bring our troops home from Afghanistan, would support a similar decision to withdraw troops from Iraq, and generally want less American military involvement in the world.
A Q&A with Jason Feifer, editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine and host of the Build for Tomorrow podcast.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education was founded more than 20 years ago to defend civil liberties on college campuses.
MI provides resources and expertise for employers on second chance hiring as a key solution to address the skills gap in manufacturing.
Taking a risk results in opportunities for West Virginia learners. We hear from KIP and KAP alumnus Garrett Ballengee.
An entrepreneurial mindset is more than risk taking. It’s a way of seeing the world in terms of opportunity.
A speedy and full withdrawal from the country is what the American people want and what best serves American interests. While holding to the deadline in the Doha agreement would be ideal, we are pleased to see progress being made to end America’s longest ever war.
One Small Step and StoryCorps have brought nearly 800 people together in pairs for conversation across 40 cities.