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John Sculley: Η Apple θα πρέπει να προσαρμοστεί ή να πεθάνει - Ο John Sculley, ο πρώην πρόεδρος της PepsiCo ο οποίος ήταν Διευθύνων Σύμβουλος της Apple κατά το μεγαλύτερο μέρος της δεκαετίας του 1980 και στις αρχές της δεκαετίας του 1990,... - http://www.secnews.gr/archives/56608

Apple's Big Chance to 'Act Differently', article in the Washington Post on

You can help support education for children around the world every time you purchase Fair Trade Certified products. One of the many ways that every purchase matters.

Fair Trade helps make the right choices the easiest ones. Look for the Fair Trade Certified™ seal when you shop. Find Fair Trade products here.

This picture was picked to show how Afghan women can't live by themselves, even if they are married. If woman does live by herself, she is considered a prostitute.

Baad - the traditional Afghan form of justice in which young girls are abducted or sold into slavery to recompense for crimes committed by their male relatives.

66 Teacher Discounts! I had no idea for some of these!

Gift Card Granny - The Complete List of 77 Teacher Discounts! Never pay for full price things againnnnnnn

To celebrate National Cat Day, leave us the purrfect caption for this photo of our #FairTrade loving furry friend! #BeFair via http://BeFair.org/

To celebrate National Cat Day, leave us the purrfect caption for this photo of our #FairTrade loving furry friend! #BeFair via http://BeFair.org/

New Life in the Making. Women escaping trafficking sell quilts and pillows by repurposing old saris. (My daughter gave me a small quilt as a gift after she visited and worked alongside the women.) www.saribari.com

Women are finding freedom in Calcutta and being taught life skills to live life beyond sex-trafficking. Their products are quality, durable and wash well.

Teens Turning Green is launching an expansive and innovative project called the Conscious Collections, highlighting thoughtfully curated, ethically-produced products across many lifestyle categories. Product selections are based on health of ingredients, environmental impact, efficacy, and verified standards like USDA Certified Organic, non-GMO, Fair Trade, and data from the Environmental Working Group, among other industry and research leaders.

Teens Turning Green is launching an expansive and innovative project called the Conscious Collections, highlighting thoughtfully curated, ethically-produced products across many lifestyle categories. Product selections are based on health of ingredients, environmental impact, efficacy, and verified standards like USDA Certified Organic, non-GMO, Fair Trade, and data from the Environmental Working Group, among other industry and research leaders.

World Vision Act:s by jonathan griswold, via Behance

The average American spends 1700 a year on clothes when half of the world lives on less than 730 a year. THIS WEEK Sacrifice what describes you / how others see you: your clothes, accessories, and outward appearance.

-An estimated one million children are forced to work in the global sex industry every year. -The global sex slavery market generates a 39 billion dollar profit annually. -Selling young girls is more profitable than trafficking drugs or weapons.

Mich. Student with Disability Asks to Play Sports

A with Down syndrome has sued claiming that Michigan should join a growing number of states that consider age-limit exemptions for student athletes whose playing careers are delayed because of disabilities.

Not all war workers were on assembly lines. Women were also as mathematicians and computers (that’s “compute-ers”). In this photo, Jean Jennings Bartik and Frances Bilas Spence get ready to present an early computer to military officials in 1946. From Sociological Images, more at link

Rediscovering WWII's female 'computers' Jean Jennings Bartik and Frances Bilas Spence prepared to unveil ENIAC in

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