Opinion

Two Steps Back

Two Steps Back

By Amanda Glassman — The Mark News —    Plans by the Trump administration to slash U.S. global health funding would be a huge setback for countries and organizations — not to mention an initiative with roots in the White House — that have used the program to make impressive strides […]

Enlightened Egalitarianism

Enlightened Egalitarianism

By Marina Gorbis — The Mark News —  There was a time in America when spreading the wealth was instrumental in the nation becoming an economic powerhouse. In this age that sees money and assets tightly controlled in the hands of the few, it’s time to revisit that philosophy. The road […]

Love or Hate? Hosting Tourists In a Global Age

Love or Hate? Hosting Tourists In a Global Age

By Nezar AlSayyad — The Mark News —  Tourism has always been an important human activity and business. But today, condemning  tourists is becoming a trend with serious significance for future relationships between nations and people. This past summer witnessed demonstrations against tourists in the popular tourist  destinations of Barcelona […]

Serving the Underserved

Serving the Underserved

By Martha Thorne  — The Mark News —   The connection between physical space and quality of life is clear – now cities, community groups and individual clients must realize that their best expenditure will be to create a real plan aimed at serving those in need with the help […]