“I don’t give a sh*t where you are. You still need to eat.”
This spring, we’re celebrating innovators who are tackling pressing global issues. We call them the GOOD 100. In the spirit of solidarity, we’re also rolling out insights and personal stories from a select list of influential global citizens working in alliance with the world at large. We’ll be highlighting GOOD Citizens once a week.
When I was a kid, we had these things called neighborhoods, and even though it was hard for outsiders to tell which block belonged to what neighborhood, we knew. Within these several blocks that we called our hood, there was a group of friends made up of kids on our block who went to the same school with us and who we played with until the streetlights came on.