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Eric Rosenthal, founder and executive director of a pioneering international human rights advocacy organization dedicated to ending the segregation and abuse of children and adults with disabilities, is the 2013 recipient of The Charles Bronfman Prize.

From The Washington Post to Fast Company, Echoing Green Fellows from 1992 to the newly-minted class of 2013 Fellows are recognized as innovators and leaders. Here are some of their top stories from recent weeks.

In September, 2012 Black Male Achievement Fellow Neil Phillips, founder of Visible Men, Inc., shared The Nantucket Project's stage with Senator John McCain, Tim Armstrong, Michael Pollan, Eve Ensler, and others. His presentation, "Race to Truth" was awarded the event's inaugural Audience Award.

Echoing Green and our community of Fellows and social change organizations are looking for you to help build the future of our planet. If you're looking for work that is right for you, and good for the world, check out our monthly list of opportunities.

When Vanessa and Morgan started to walk for change, they realized they were doing more than building a women’s health organization—they were tapping into a narrative much larger than themselves.

Echoing Green and our community of Fellows and social change organizations are looking for you to help build the future of our planet. If you're looking for work that is right for you, and good for the world, check out our monthly list of opportunities.


From Ebony to Forbes India, Echoing Green Fellows from 1993 to the newly-minted class of 2013 Fellows are recognized as innovators and leaders. Here are some of their top stories from recent weeks.

Throughout our twenty-fifth anniversary year, we've been exploring the connections between the pioneering work of our earliest Fellows and the newest innovations of our 2013 class. So before you slip out for the weekend, take a moment to learn about the changes these Fellows have brought about in this world, and the work yet to be done!

Salif and Mohamed Niang experienced, studied, and had a deep concern about poverty and lack of food security in parts of Africa. That was enough to push them into action, jumping in to forge a solution even though it meant learning about engineering, agriculture, and entrepreneurship as they went.

Throughout our twenty-fifth anniversary year, we've been exploring the connections between the pioneering work of our earliest Fellows and the newest innovations of our 2013 class. So before you slip out for the weekend, take a moment to learn about the changes these Fellows have brought about in this world, and the work yet to be done!

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