We asked eight change makers to share their bold ideas for reshaping economic, social and cultural systems so that all people have the chance to live, work and prosper with dignity.
Nearly 50 years later after she first created them, renowned artist Sheila Hicks has remade two striking tapestries for the foundation.
Informal lending networks are increasingly being seen as a promising way to help low-income Americans build credit and join the economic mainstream.
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