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Creating New Markets for Tribal Art

By Kristine Wong

By digitizing indigenous designs for commercial use, Roots Studio connects tribal artists and villages to the global economy, generating new sources of income while preserving cultural traditions.

Irrigation Innovation

By Noël Duan

aQysta’s Barsha pump aims to deliver water for agricultural irrigation without fuel, electricity, operating expenses, or greenhouse gas emissions.

Journalism’s Savior?

By Corey Binns

Civil, a journalism platform built on blockchain technology and funded by cryptocurrency, aims to protect reporters while restoring public trust in the fourth estate.

The Code for Success

By Festus Iyorah

Girls Coding, a free after-school and weekend program run by Pearls Africa Foundation, seeks to create a pathway out of poverty and bring its students into Nigeria’s male-dominated technology sector.

Free College

By Corey Binns

San Francisco’s Free City program covers tuition at its community college through a real estate transaction tax.

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Journalism’s Savior?

By Corey Binns

Civil, a journalism platform built on blockchain technology and funded by cryptocurrency, aims to protect reporters while restoring public trust in the fourth estate.

Creating New Markets for Tribal Art

By Kristine Wong

By digitizing indigenous designs for commercial use, Roots Studio connects tribal artists and villages to the global economy, generating new sources of income while preserving cultural traditions.

Coding for a Better World

By Suzie Boss

SocialCoding4Good is developing an online platform to match skilled employees from the technology sector with causes that need technical help.

Irrigation Innovation

By Noël Duan

aQysta’s Barsha pump aims to deliver water for agricultural irrigation without fuel, electricity, operating expenses, or greenhouse gas emissions.

The Code for Success

By Festus Iyorah

Girls Coding, a free after-school and weekend program run by Pearls Africa Foundation, seeks to create a pathway out of poverty and bring its students into Nigeria’s male-dominated technology sector.