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Amanda Gorman is charting a path forward, grounded unapologetically in her own lived experience, with a clear vision and passion that has inspired millions.
2020 came and it is now almost complete. The year that follows will be shaped by us all.
This month, finally, it seems we are catching glimpses of what that could be. We are moving from a holding pattern to a period of transition.
No matter what comes next, we must at least begin our work with the premise that our actions affect the whole.
Justice Ginsburg’s personal evolution as a feminist, the professional ceilings she broke in American society, and her body of work on the bench all symbolize what deep social change-making looks like.
The Social Innovation and Change Initiative (SICI) is honored to announce the Marla and Barry Beck Visiting Social Innovators for the 2020-2021 academic year.
This year, Fellows are building community wealth, creating healthier communities, transforming healthcare systems, and re-imagining education.
It takes courage and discipline to reaffirm and hold a positive vision for our society in the midst of chaos. It is this strength of vision that will fuel the work, even if we don’t know the exact way.
A new level of transparency is required. Here's how SICI is improving the transparency in our application process.
If we are not simply interested in innovation for its own sake, but in its potential to unlock positive and lasting social transformation, we must tie our work today to the movements that started before our time and will likely continue after we are gone.