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SPECIAL thanks for my sources in this episode:
Patricia Sabga, Anne-Marie Slaughter, and Aljazeera America
PATRICIA SABGA is a foreign correspondent covering covering Economics and Global Affairs. A veteran business journalist and war correspondent, she covered the World Trade Center attacks from Ground Zero on September 11, 2001. Her most recent book is The Circuit, exposing malpractice in the private security industry. You can follow her work @patriciasabga.
The Carnegie Council on Ethics in International Affairs
The complete talk with ELMIRA BAYRASLI and HAZAMI BARMADA from November 5th, 2015 is called Beyond Silicon Valley: Elmira Bayrasli on Innovation in Unlikely Places. Learn more about Elmira’s book, From the Other Side of the World: Extraordinary Entrepreneurs in Unlikely Places, here.
The Carnegie Council’s mission to enlarge the audience for the simple but powerful message that ethics matter, regardless of place, origin or belief. You can follow their work on Facebook, Twitter, and at www.carnegiecouncil.org
The Roosevelt Institute
Inspired by the legacy of Franklin and Eleanor, The Roosevelt Institute reimagines America as it should be: a place where hard work is rewarded, everyone participates, and everyone enjoys a fair share of our collective prosperity and believes that when the rules work against this vision, it’s our responsibility to recreate them.
It’s national Campus Network is home to the nation’s largest network of emerging doers and thinkers—young people who are committed to reimagining and rewriting the rules in their communities.
Alec Ross and TED x MidAtlanic
Check out Alec’s book The Industries of the Future to learn more.