You and I may not be able to do anything directly to stop ISIS from their inhumane violence in the immediate term. But these are a few specific actions we can take to minimize the development of further terrorism, including investing in anti-poverty initiatives, having greater awareness, and avoidance, of damaging stereotypes, and learning as much as we can about one another, so that we can speak up in meaningful and impactful ways.
Today’s post comes from Alice Brower, a senior at Carrboro High School in North Carolina. She is a student in Matt Cone’s Global Issues class and was introduced to Everyday Ambassador. Next year Alice hopes to be able to attend a bridge year program before starting college.
Rebecca Shore is the founder of Social Media for Global Health, an interagency working group that seeks to bring global health and development professionals together to connect and share experiences around the use of social media to promote the messages & products. She currently manages many different social media projects, mainly the Knowledge for Health […]