SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

An Insurance Solution for the World’s Poorest

Entrepreneur Ntando Kubheka has launched a platform to insure the properties of millions of poor South Africans.

She's Tackling Nigeria's Period Poverty With Reusable Pads

Social entrepreneur Lolo Cynthia offers a moneymaker for rural women.

Universities Drive Lifesaving Research, But Industry Has Monopolized Patents

Industry is buying control rather than funding research, which means a world of pain may result.

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Real Talk, Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Where Tech Is Helping People Become Better Neighbors

These social media companies are focusing on fostering connections in real life, not just on their apps.

Can Her Black-Powered Crypto Make Gurus of the Next Generation?

Tavonia Evans is bringing financial freedom to the Black community by teaching them to buy, trade and invest in cryptocurrency.

Meet the 22-Year-Old Breaking the Blood Bank Crisis in Cameroon

Getting a blood transfusion used to take about a week — now, thanks to Melissa Bime, the wait is one hour.

Solar Finds Its Place in the Sun Among America's Poor

Clean energy, long seen as a luxury for the affluent, is now reaching more low-income homes.

The 'Outsider' Taking the Fashion World by Storm

Brandice Daniel always wanted to work in the world of fashion.

How Warby Parker’s CEO Funded His Dream to Give the World Sight

Neil Blumenthal had a vision: Disrupt the $100 billion optical industry while making a difference.

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The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

South Africa's Two Traceys Help Lift Women Out of Poverty

The co-founders of The Clothing Bank prove that one retailer’s trash can be another woman’s treasure.

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