Empowering Youth with Science in Haiti

By Dr. Beth Robelia | July 17, 2021 It all started with an email from my spouse, “Hey honey, do you want to go to Haiti?” I am always up for an adventure. A former colleague of my husband had forwarded a message from the director of Have Faith Mission School, an orphanage in Haiti,Continue reading “Empowering Youth with Science in Haiti”

On Charity and Change

Dr. Gary Kelsey | October 21, 2020 When I was young, I remember hearing President Lyndon Johnson announce he was instituting the War on Poverty! The goal was to eliminate poverty in the United States. I clearly remember his optimism and belief this war could be won! I still recall being excited that we couldContinue reading “On Charity and Change”

Neighborhood Networks Work to Save Lives

By Dr. Beth Robelia | September 25, 2020 I did not mean to start a network of volunteers and make more than 2000 masks in 2 months. It just happened. A need arose and I saw a chance to give back. In my youth I was a seamstress and a cutter. In Baltimore I workedContinue reading “Neighborhood Networks Work to Save Lives”

Addiction, Recovery, and Social Change: Creating a New Perspective

Tricia Parido | September 14, 2020 I’m about to embark on a topic that doesn’t come out of our mouths too often when we’re talking about social change. But for me it was the most pivotal change that I made in my life and also provided immensely for hundreds of others that I have workedContinue reading “Addiction, Recovery, and Social Change: Creating a New Perspective”