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Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
A young woman from inner city Baltimore; a Cambodian anti-logging activist; a subsistence farmer in Peru's northern highlands; a grassroots Indigenous organizer in Tanzania; a Slovakian public interest lawyer ; and a conservationist advocating for the endangered leatherback sea turtle in Puerto Rico. These are the 2016 Goldman Environmental Prize...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
More than 1,000 world leaders, celebrities, and other societal figures have...
Nika Knight, staff writer
From Glasgow to Bangalore to Moscow to San Diego, the message was the same: "no...

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In an often hatefully misogynistic culture, there's not much worse than the mindless, profane, violent venom often spewed at women sportscasters by online bullies with issues and keyboards to hide behind. Having had enough, two female sports journalists launched #MoreThanMean, a stunningly pointed, pained PSA wherein visibly discomfited guys - not the Tweets' authors - read them messages like, "I hope your boyfriend beats you," then softly, ashamedly add, "Sorry."