As we send this program on the airwaves, Armstrong is preparing to unveil her "Charter for Compassion" to the world.
Two examples of individuals who confronted the status quo, and were ultimately vindicated.
Looking to a Jewish tradition found in Deuteronomy of absolving loans as a solution to current debts.
Kate lends insight into the current economic crisis through her family history.
Reconciling childhood recollections with the complexity of abortion.
In this TED talk, social psychologist Jonathan Haidt breaks down human moral values into five basic elements, then shows how an individual's placement on the liberal-conservative spectrum is determined by how much emphasis that person puts on each of these values.
I’m confused. An immense amount of media coverage has been dedicated this past year to philanthropic organizations associated with high-power people and companies doing charitable work in a different way. Bill Clinton has argued that pharmaceutical companies can even make a fair margin off of cheap drugs to developing countries in Africa.
Does corporate social responsibility lead to greater profitability for a company’s shareholders? An article in The Harvard Business Review debunks the idea and determines that there is “a very small correlation between corporate behavior and good financial results.”