Leadership and Integrity: Jill Geisler
Leaders & People / News/Media

Leadership and Integrity: Jill Geisler

Jill Geisler is an inspiring leader who takes her audience to the highest level of achievement in business and in life. Whether a journalist, entrepreneur, business owner, or government employee, it is time to listen up, learn and implement her advice. In Q&A: Leadership and Integrity in the Digital Age, Loyola University in Chicago, Geisler shares … Continue reading

A Little Blue Bird Revolutionary – Twitter
Leaders & People / News/Media

A Little Blue Bird Revolutionary – Twitter

Twitter, the little blue bird icon that delivers a message in 140 characters, has upended the status quo in business, the news media and even diplomacy. With more than 200 million active users a month, over 500,000,000 messages per day, Twitter is allowing authentic, relevant exchanges instantly with people around the world. President Barack Obama … Continue reading

A Filmmaker’s Mirror in Ramallah
International / News/Media

A Filmmaker’s Mirror in Ramallah

A filmmaker’s mirror unravels a carefully choreographed script in a political paradigm bubble with the skill of introspection and unvarnished extropection.

Buthina Canaan Khoury, a news camerawoman and documentary filmmaker, is embarking on the first film of the first film co-production agreement between the governments of the United Kingdom and Palestine to co-produce with a British film producer her first fiction film, Green Almonds, telling the story of a family returning home to Palestine. Continue reading

Walls of Freedom: Egyptian Graffiti Artists, the New Revolutionaries
Art / Books / Egypt / News/Media

Walls of Freedom: Egyptian Graffiti Artists, the New Revolutionaries

Walls of Freedom: Street Art of the Egyptian Revolution is a powerful tribute to the artists who shared the stories of suffering, resistance and courage in the face of a desired but truly unknown destiny as the revolution unfolded and continues to unfold in Egypt.

Basma Hamdy, an Egyptian artist and designer, and Don Karl, an art book publisher and cultural activist and graffiti artist himself, have brought together more than 30 artists, 50 photographers and dozens of historians and activists to document and preserve the ephemeral nature of graffiti art in the Egyptian revolution.
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