November 17, 2015 Article in Hazelblog, the official food waste awareness and food-tech blog of Hazel Technologies LLC. This article details the 7 Foodtech startups that will have market share in food delivery in 2016
She was a popular and influential host on the Eternal Word Television Network, where she criticized liberalizing trends in the Catholic Church.
Michael Plishka's insight:
Agree or disagree with her, she started a cable network in 1981 with $200, a garage studio, and her on-air persona, and it grew to reaching 100 million homes worldwide. Estimates it pulled in 25 million in donations only 15 years after starting. She was a lesson in entrepreneurial fortitude and faith.
Although young people have historically been drivers and catalysts for important institutional changes and continue to be so in the modern era, their influence in daily decisions affecting their lives has been more often nonexistent. Their leadership is rarely recognized by a public that sees them as being beneficiaries of government programs and interventions, rather than as agents of change. Simultaneously, the media casts children and youth as apathetic, entitled, and disruptive, while ignoring the fact that disruption has historically been a prerequisite for liberation from oppressive regimes.
The United States had Susan B. Anthony, who collected anti-slavery votes at the age of 17, and Dorothy Day, who was imprisoned at the age of 20 for women's suffrage. Later in the 20th century, we see a young Claudette Colvin who, at the age of 15, was arrested for refusing to give her seat in a Montgomery bus just nine months before Rosa Parks. In more recent years, courageous young Americans championed LGBTQ and immigration reforms; meanwhile, other youth around the world has risen to up challenge the status quo, from the Arab spring to elections in Cambodia, and to the global Occupy movement protesting the grotesque wealth inequality. It is because of the power young people weld in creating change that this session sought to address challenges and opportunities of participatory urban governance, in order to help amplify and extend the impacts of young people around the world.
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