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Describe the article Frying Pans, Grassroots Movements, and Heromaking
18
Nov

Frying Pans, Grassroots Movements, and Heromaking

by John C. Richards Jr.: In most organizations, people tend to focus on those who we see. However, the men and women who operate behind the scene are just as important as those who lead out front.
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By Thomas Margraf
14
Sep

Heromakers in a Time of Political Turmoil

by Susan Ann Samuel: Heroes are not built in a day; instead, they are the result of continued empowerment. We need to see ourselves wielding change and being channels of hope.
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08
Sep

Heromakers & Ordinary Stories: Inspiration from the Holocaust, Hamilton, and Your Hometown

by Gabby Siefert: Think, for just a moment, about the countless men and women whose stories haven’t been documented. Brave people who fought opposition, suffered greatly, and impacted their families and communities in mighty ways. The teachers, grocers, doctors, and parents who we love aren’t impactful in spite of their ordinary lives– they’re impactful because...
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01
Sep

Laughter & The Heromaker: The Power of Bringing the Beautiful in the Midst of the Painful

By Laurie Nichols: The gift of laughter and love and joy is what our world needs right now. As depression and feelings of trauma continue to rise, so too does our need for the counter-balance of hope.
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17
Aug

Big Problems & the Heromaker

Our world has big problems. And these problems aren’t going anywhere. But our world also has big people like you who have what is needed to confront all that is wrong. One person at a time, all of us have the ability to dismantle the pain and isolation that millions of people are suffering under...
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