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Eric Meade

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ERIC MEADE is a futurist, speaker, and consultant serving nonprofits, foundations, and government agencies. He is the author of Reframing Poverty: New Thinking and Feeling About Humanity's Greatest Challenge. He is the principal at the Whole Mind Strategy Group, a consulting consortium based in Superior, Colorado. He teaches graduate courses on strategic planning and social innovation at American University’s School of International Service in Washington, DC. ...more

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“As humans, we must make a separate peace with each of these realities - with our membership in a global community and with our solitary existence. What exists between the two is not so much a boundary as it is a wormhole connecting two different yet parallel universes. Issues in one universe show up in corresponding forms in the other. And we must discover for ourselves what right living, for us, looks like in each.”
Eric Meade, Reframing Poverty: New Thinking and Feeling About Humanity's Greatest Challenge

“(...) Poverty reduction is not something that only happens when the powers-that-be accept our solution (...). It can happen in every interaction we have with any other human being.”
Eric Meade, Reframing Poverty: New Thinking and Feeling About Humanity's Greatest Challenge

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