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End Poverty is number 1 job of any keynsian and millennials; future capitalism

Around the world, courageous men and women are tackling "impossible" social problems such as poverty, illness and ignorance by using business skills coupled with passion and determination. For them, profit is measured not in dollars and cents, but in lives transformed and dignity restored. The New Heroes documentary series tells 12 dramatic stories of these unique individuals.

The film that you must SEE!!!

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Comment by chris macrae on November 8, 2008 at 12:11pm
Yes I collect videos of socilal heroes . Below are the 12 featured in the video you mention. If anyone reading this knows any of the new heroes well enough to ask whether they have any collaboration wishes, please tell us. That is something we have been micropublishing both in spaces like this and in print at valuetrue for over 2 years. We find that the videos of new heroes are not really mediated in ways that connect the audiences who might interaction them. Its this disconnection which is critical if microecomomics maps begun 25 years ago on how to sustain the world are to link together in time.

Nick Moon & Martin Fisher - a lead contender for microenergysummit & significant developer of Kenya's economy (irrigation for microfarmers); Kenya's future capitalism links include: where Obama's grandmum lives; home of Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai; home of Africa's microcredit benchmark Jamii Bora; a critical hub where the millennium goal and goodwill war to beat the mosquito will likely be won or lost

< ahref="http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22fabio+rosa%22&aq=f&oq=">Fabio Rosa also microenergysummit - Brazil : my guess is this community solar energy pioneer has been disadvantaged by microcredit not really having taken off in Brazil since poor people need long term credit for solar accompanied by funds from carbon offset markets. I believe that Yunus and President Lula made a strong public broadcast on microcredit earlier in 2008 - if anyne has a transcript please send to us at info@worldcitizen.tv

Muhammad Yunus

David Green

Moses Zulu

Mimi Silbert

Dr V

Kailash Satyarthi

Sompoop Jantraka

Maria Teresa Leal

Dina Adel Wahab

Alina Ruiz

Inderjit Khurana
Comment by chris macrae on November 8, 2008 at 12:14pm
oops 2 clarifications
Fabio Rosa

reason why 14 heroes and only 12 stories is that work as pairs

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