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Dmitry Aleshkovsky's Anti-Apathy Crusade

A Russian photojournalist fights injustice and inertia.

Meet the other 100 doers featured in our GOOD 100 issue, on newsstands now.

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What’s Your Empowerment Plan?

Last month we shared the story of Veronika Scott, who founded The Empowerment Plan, a Detroit nonprofit that hires and trains homeless...

Last month we shared the story of Veronika Scott, who founded The Empowerment Plan, a Detroit nonprofit that hires and trains homeless women to manufacture coats that cleverly fold into sleeping bags. The organization distributes the coats to other homeless people, free of charge. Today, we go deeper into the lives of the women Veronika employs, sharing their transformative stories.

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Why I Nominated Chad Houser for the GOOD 100

Illustration by Lauren Tamaki   I met Chad Houser at a small event during Design Week in Dallas, Texas, where we were both speaking....

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Why I Nominated Ben Nabors for the GOOD 100

Says Nabors: “Through a character that’s so sensitive to the unseen, we get an opportunity to look at the subtle forces at play in people’s lives and choices.” Nabors could be talking about himself.

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Why I Nominated Jeremy Jones for the GOOD100

Jones started the nonprofit Protect Our Winters in 2007 to unite the winter sports community around combating climate change. Unlike other environmental groups, POW makes advocacy feel personal.

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Why I Nominated Josefine Campbell for the GOOD 100

Illustration by Lauren Tamaki   Scandinavian-made products have long been icons of design. New Nordic food has captured the world’s...

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