Alaina Mabaso, Author at Generocity Philly

Alaina Mabaso

Alaina Mabaso is a freelance journalist and editor who makes Philadelphia her classroom, working with outlets such as WHYY's NewsWorks and Flying Kite Media. She's the associate editor of Broad Street Review, and when her editors go to bed, she blogs at alainamabaso.com.

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How 30 grassroots groups organized that 5,000-person airport protest — and what’s next feature

Mar. 7, 2017 12:45 pm

How 30 grassroots groups organized that 5,000-person airport protest — and what’s next

Jewish Voice for Peace Philadelphia was one of the organizers of the Jan. 29 protest at PHL International. As the issue of the travel ban reenters mainstream discussion, we check in to find out how what we can learn from that collaboration.
How Springside Chestnut Hill Academy trains its students to be social entrepreneurs feature

Jan. 16, 2017 12:55 pm

How Springside Chestnut Hill Academy trains its students to be social entrepreneurs

The K-12 school's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and Venture Incubator have students solving real-world problems. A few have even started their own nonprofits.
Spruce Foundation is offering a new ‘peacebuilding’ grant. Here’s what that means feature

Jan. 11, 2017 12:43 pm

Spruce Foundation is offering a new ‘peacebuilding’ grant. Here’s what that means

It's a purposefully broad term, says President Eliza Pollack.
This social worker is using creative storytelling to help her young clients deal with trauma feature

Dec. 27, 2016 12:49 pm

This social worker is using creative storytelling to help her young clients deal with trauma

Dr. Meagan Corrado created Storiez as an artistic intervention for the youth she works with in Philly and Camden.
This longtime science educator wants young people calling the shots on environmental policy feature

Nov. 16, 2016 12:57 pm

This longtime science educator wants young people calling the shots on environmental policy

Being a successful nonprofit leader is about keeping your mind open — even about gaps in your own knowledge, says Meigs Award for Environmental Leadership recipient Carole Williams-Green.

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