Submissions: Design a Poster Marking Progress in the Millennium Development Goals
See the submissions to our Millennium Development Goals poster project.
Albuquerque’s New Program Gives Panhandlers Jobs Instead of Tickets They’re breaking the cycle of poverty instead of encouraging it.
Target Australia’s New Ads Feature Full-Figured Women in Lingerie They have body-positive mannequins in their stores, too.
Families of Mexican Drug Cartel Victims File Lawsuit Against HSBC for Money Laundering Using the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act, this suit attempts to hold the bank responsible for enabling criminal activity.
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The Remarkable Story of the Oldest Female Bodybuilder Her routine is mind-boggling.
The Destruction of Pompeii in Computer Animation The ruins of Pompeii have been a tourist destination and archeological treasure trove for almost 300 years.
Flint Resident Gives a First-Hand Account of the Water Crisis They’re being asked to pay for their poisoned water.
Two weeks ago, we asked our readers to make a poster celebrating the progress that the global community has made toward reaching the first, fourth, and fifth Millennium Development Goals.
We received a ton of fantastic submissions, and we sadly can't show them all. But click through this slideshow to see our top five favorites. One of these entries will be the winner of the contest (and winner of the trip to New York to see Melinda Gates speak). We'll be announcing that later this week. Thanks so much to everyone who participated.
By Matt Lawler.
By Dustin Kemper.
By Allison Smith.
By Radka Yordanova.