Lourdes Sanchez - Replacing Detention with Meditation in West Palm Beach
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From Atlanta to Nairobi, Bogota to Chennai, we fund startup projects in every corner of the globe. We are proud to offer Pollination Project seed grants to these individuals and grassroots groups who are making their communities and the world a better place for all.

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2020-04-02T10:30:44-07:00

Sandip S Ghosh – RETALIATION

Presently, India has entered stage 3 of the Coronavirus epidemic and the market is completely exhausted of hand sanitizer. The present project focuses on the capacity building among the marginal community to make their own WHO recommended hand sanitizer. The procedure is simple and requires minimum supervision after demonstration. Our [...]

2020-04-01T11:56:26-07:00

Kate Stone – Science Connected Magazine

I graduated from a low income high school in California’s Central Valley with severely limited resources. In college and graduate school, I had access to a wealth of research, data, information, and peer-reviewed journals. Afterward, those resources were completely inaccessible to me as they are to most of the US [...]

2020-03-17T08:01:21-07:00

Radio Chicharra – Radio Communitaria

Mezcala is an indigenous community with a history of over 500 years of resistance against attempts of forced displacement, outside occupation, invasion and privatization of land, amongst others. It maintains communal land rights up to date, making the villagers with their own traditional form of government the only owners of [...]

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