Grantees in the News 2016-12-11T19:23:35+00:00

Grantees in the News

Murthy Kantimahanti featured in The Times of India

Save the Snakes: Conservation initiative to protect snakes in Eastern Ghats, January 2017 Go to Article "VISAKHAPATNAM: With the idea to conserve snake fauna in the Eastern Ghats, the organisation 'Save the Snakes' has commenced a unique initiative under Pollination Project. The initiative aims to improve the livelihoods of people who live in areas with high incidence of conflict with snakes and educate the locals to minimise rampant killing of the reptiles of Eastern Ghats." Read the whole article, Save [...]

January 30th, 2017|

Ietef Vita featured on Rachael Ray Show

Hip Hop About Gardening?! Yep! Meet the Most Organic DJ Ever, January 2017 Go to video "Want to get kids to learn about gardening and healthy eating in a fun way? DJ Cavem Moetavation is a man of many talents -- he’s a rapper, emcee, and (wait for it)... organic gardener! He travels all over the country to teach kids about health through hip hop, and even has his own documentary From Gangs to Gardens, which you can watch a clip [...]

January 16th, 2017|

Nicole Cardoza featured in Forbes

Nicole Cardoza on Forbes Lists 30 Under 30 - Education (2017), January 2017 Go to article "On the cutting edge of placing yoga programs in public schools. Training and curriculum is provided free to teachers at Title I schools; to date 20,000 students in 800 classrooms in 39 states have benefited. Cardoza, a Camelback Fellow, is focused on using yoga as a mindfulness tool for social-emotional learning issues many low-income kids face." Read the whole article, Nicole Cardoza on Forbes Lists [...]

January 1st, 2017|

Melody Moore in the National Geographic

A Challenge for Girls Today: Moving Beyond ‘How Do I Look?’, January 2017 Go to article "Alexandra lives in a peaceful, leafy subdivision in a suburb of Dallas, Texas, with her parents, a brother, a sister, and at the moment, five dogs—her family rescues dogs. Alexandra, who is 22 years old, rescues people. In high school she was president of the teen board of a suicide hotline. Before that, she and friends had founded a blog on Tumblr for suicidal [...]

January 1st, 2017|

Aimee Dunkle featured in The Orange County Register

Most Influential 2016: Aimee Dunkle, December 2016 Go to Article "After her son Ben died at age 20 from a heroin overdose, Aimee Dunkle established the nonprofit that provides community members with overdose recognition and response training and naloxone, a potentially life-saving overdose antidote." Read the whole article, Most Influential 2016: Aimee Dunkle, here. Learn more about Aimee Dunkle’s project here.

December 21st, 2016|

Charles Orgbon in The Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition Press

Youth Environmental Leader Charles Orgbon III Tours MTR Sites with OVEC, December 2016 Go to article "Back in summer, Charles Orgbon, III, contacted OVEC Organizer Dustin White on Facebook, hoping that Dustin could help arrange a flyover of mountain removal sites in October. Charles would be in WV then, to give the keynote address on motivating and activating youth to a conference presented by the WV Association of WV Solid Waste Authorities and DEP’s REAP program (Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan)." [...]

December 3rd, 2016|

Dobroslawa Gogloza featured on 1Tv, Latvia

Люди против мяса, December 2016 Go to video "Сегодня в Риге на площади Стрелков прошел флэшмоб, организованный обществом защиты животных. Молодежь призывала жителей Латвии отказаться от потребления мяса, в пользу более «гуманных» продуктов и посмотреть на проблемы забойных животных с высоты птичьего полета" Watch the video, Люди против мяса here. Learn more about Dobroslawa Gogloza’s project, Vegan Ukraine, here.

December 1st, 2016|

Devi Vaisya featured in East Bay Express

Best of the East Bay 2016: Arts & Culture Writers' Picks , December 2016 Go to article "Last year, trans Latina activists Lexi Adsit and Luna Merbruja teamed up with Devi Vaidya of the local LGBTQ arts organization Peacock Rebellion to bring us Brouhaha, the first ever all trans woman of color comedy show. It was an important night, considering that trans women — and particularly trans women of color — rarely get the opportunity to tell their own stories, frequently [...]

December 1st, 2016|

Hashem Abu Shama in The RHODES TRUST

Hashem Abu Shama, November 2016 Go to article "Hashem Abushama will graduate from Earlham College with a degree in Peace & Global Studies. He grew up in Arroub Refugee Camp in Palestine. In 2015, Abushama became the first-ever Youth Representative of Palestine Refugees at the United Nations. Abushama managed to cover the outstanding expenses of his undergraduate education through a fundraising campaign that included an online page, individual sponsorship, a speaking tour, and winning grants. While at Earlham, he served [...]

November 30th, 2016|

Hashem Abushama in Indiana’s Earlham College News

Earlhamite selected for prestigious Rhodes Scholarship in historic launch of Middle East program, November 2016 Go to article "Hashem Abu Sham'a ’17 has been selected as one of just three Rhodes Scholars by the Rhodes Trust for its inaugural Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine program. Rhodes Scholars are chosen on the basis of exceptional intellect, character, leadership and commitment to service. Notable luminaries who have received the Rhodes include former Secretary of State Dean Rusk, former U.S. Sen. J. William [...]

November 24th, 2016|