Human Resources and Human Rights
By Daniel Farber Huang January 28, 2022 Guest article published in the book "Driving Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: The JEDI...
Jeff Bezos is Voldemort, Bill Gates is Harry Potter, and Warren Buffett is Dumbledore
When money equals power, how does the world's richest man compare to the world's most powerful wizard?
Forget Paradigm Shifts. We’re in a Paradigm Crunch.
COVID-19 is forcing our world to hit the reset button at nearly every level of our existence. From social, medical and economic standpoints
"Spanish Flu" is the Wrong Name. So are "Chinese Virus" and "Kung Flu"
Habits are hard to change, even at The New York Times it seems. As recently as June 13, the Times published the online article, When a Cemet
8 Unexpected Lessons I Learned in a Contact Tracing Class
I recently completed Johns Hopkins’ COVID-19 Contact Tracing certificate course offered for free on Coursera.com. Before March I didn’t eve
See More: Developing Horizontal Vision and Vertical Insight
If there was one job in all the world I could have, it would be the one Mycroft Holmes created for himself. Sherlock Holmes, the temperament
Huffington Post: I Shouldn't Have To Explain Why 'Chink Virus' Is So Hurtful, But I Will Anyway
By Daniel Farber Huang, Guest Writer January 5, 2020 Last week, I had to explain to my four children why #ChinkVirus was showing up on...
Human Rights are On The Ropes
The concept behind the UDHR is noble, some might even call it beautiful. All people – whoever, wherever – are entitled to certain
9 Things Every Aspiring Humanitarian Volunteer Should Consider Before Traveling Abroad
If you are a novice to volunteering abroad as a humanitarian or service supporter, here are some practical things for you to consider before