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As we approach this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I am filled with a particularly deep sense of gratitude. Dr. King’s life of service forever changed the course of our history, and I am thankful that my daughter will grow up in a country made better by Dr. King’s work, although one where his dream remains yet to be fulfilled.Read More about Creating a Culture of Service
For Veterans' Day 2014, Got Your 6 released a special short video with First Lady Michelle Obama and the "cast" of the animated film "Penguins of Madagascar."Read More about Bridging the Civilian-Military Divide through Creative Partnerships
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Paul Farmer, Co-Founder of Partners in Health, and Rajesh Panjabi, Clinical Fellow in Medicine at Harvard Medical School, discuss how strengthening health systems can save lives in the face of the Ebola epidemic.Read More about Ebola Does Not Need to Be a Death Sentence
Aid efforts to increase the flow of resources into Ebola-affected areas have been limited by several factors that have arisen since the outbreak’s spread: commercial passenger and cargo flights have been severely restricted, prices have spiked on the few remaining commercial transport options, and the affected countries have by necessity diverted existing health budgets to combat the crisis, deferring essential action on other health priorities.Read More about Leveraging Resources to Fight Ebola
It’s no secret that noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) such as cancers, heart disease, diabetes, and asthma cause an increasing burden of death and disability in rich and poor countries alike.
Even six years out from the Great Recession, the economic challenges facing America’s youth are tremendous. Without targeted efforts to engage these young people, we’re losing a vital source of momentum for the recovery of our economy and stunting the potential of generations to come.Read More about Job One, Phase Two: Tapping the Talent of America’s Youth
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