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Common Good Exchange // Raven + Lily

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The Common Good Exchange, taking place at the Fourth Estate Leadership Summit, will host 40 social organizations who are on the forefront of changing the commercial business game. Some refer to them as social enterprises, and by definition that’s true, but we refer to them as organizations that “get it”. Summit attendees will have the chance to interact with the people [...] Read More


The Jane Doze to play Fourth Estate Summit

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We’re excited to announce the next performers confirmed to play the Fourth Estate Summit this August. The Jane Doze are a familiar face to people who attended our last event MOVE:DC where they played to over 8,000 people. Currently, they’re preparing their next set of floorfillers for our summer social justice conference in Los Angeles. [...] Read More


Common Good Exchange // Project 7

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Over the past few years, social entrepreneurship has elevated the standards for commerce and sustainability. With varying models, many social organizations base there work on a 1 for 1 model – selling goods and investing proceeds back into communities. Taking an amplified approach to the 1 for 1 model, our friends at Project 7 invest proceeds from each of its sold products into [...] Read More


The Little Prince

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Luka is 12 years old. He was born with muscular dystrophy and as a result is unable to use many of his muscles. For most of his life he’s been confined to a wheelchair, but for young Luka, he hasn’t let his disability slow him down. The heart after all is the most important muscle [...] Read More


Liana Katherman: The True Hollywood Story (this will make sense one day)

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Someone had to drop that slinky in MOVE and leave it to Liana Katherman to be the one to do it (she’s a go-getter, that one). Whether you know her or not, which you probably do (she knows the world), one thing to note about Liana’s journey is her commitment to work toward social justice. Given her work as [...] Read More