How can you determine the best life and career path for you?
What and whom can you trust, whether individuals or institutions?
How can you engage with causes and communities that matter most to you?
Trust is a pivotal issue that affects not just the individual but broader dynamics in race relations, healthcare, government, gender interactions and global communities.
Do you have the tools and strategies to succeed? Building Communities of Trust: Creative Work for Social Change addresses how to create vibrant, trust-based societies. Author Dr. Ann Feldman shares what works and what doesn’t, and how to tell the difference.
Routledge Taylor & Francis published the book that reveals what “no one tells you” about the challenges, conflicts and resolutions to create communities of trust to advance global impact efforts from gender and racial empowerment to water access.
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Find the right role models to inspire your own social change actions. I created a series of award-winning projects about women leaders from Chicago’s 1893 World’s Fair – Susan B. Anthony, Ida B. Wells, and Jane Addams – for the Fair’s 100-year anniversary celebrations.
A critical dynamic is playing out at the intersection of class and global water sustainability. We explore this major world issue through our personal experience building partnerships between a desert village in Rajasthan, India, and multiple Northwestern University programs and students, with corporate, government, NGO, and community support.