#ParticipationSignal - Issue #28

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July 29 - Issue #28
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Challenging Today to Create Tomorrow
10 Provocations for the Next 10 years of Social Innovation
Taking on the BigCos: Rethinking Categories With A Clean Slate
What happens when girls in one of the world's largest slums start coding and building apps
Digital Businesses: The Metrics That Really Matter
Customer experience, not omnichannel presence, is key to maintaining brand loyalty
Life After the Great American Suburban Experiment
Featured Podcast
How I Built This - BuzzFeed: Jonah Peretti
What We're Watching
What is it that makes us human? VOL.1
What Caught Our Eye
87 Deeply Subversive Documentaries That Challenge the Status Quo
What We're Reading
In this extraordinary book, Maya Angelou reveals the triumphs and struggles of being the daughter of Vivian Baxter, an indomitable spirit whose petite size belied her larger-than-life presence—a presence absent during much of Angelou’s early life. When her marriage began to crumble, Vivian famously sent three-year-old Maya and her older brother away from their California home to live with their grandmother in Stamps, Arkansas. The subsequent feelings of abandonment stayed with Angelou for years, but their reunion, a decade later, began a story that has never before been told. In Mom & Me & Mom, Angelou dramatizes her years reconciling with the mother she preferred to simply call “Lady,” revealing the profound moments that shifted the balance of love and respect between them.
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