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Women's World Banking: Investing in Women, Transforming Lives proves that profit does not have to trump social mission. Through their network of 39 microfinance institutions in 28 countries, they give low-income women access to microloans and the financial knowledge to start their own businesses and lift themselves and their families out of poverty. http://www.crowdrise.com/womensworldbanking-RFW
Bartolome de las Casas started out like Columbus, a wealthy adventurer who traveled to the New World where he owned a large plantation and many slaves. Unlike Columbus, after witnessing the violent atrocities being committed against the Natives, he gave up his land, freed his slaves, and spent the rest of his life fighting the brutal colonization of the New World.