With questionable headlines flooding the news and media everyday, GMP wants to know what you’re doing for society.
The question of, “What are we doing for society?” is one that has many sides. It’s also a question that has many depths and layers, simply based on how one chooses to answer. However, there are times when that answer isn’t so simple–and it’s getting increasingly difficult to find it.
Society has the unrelenting power of blinding us with violence, uncertainty and fear behind every headline that we read. The real power buried underneath that is finding ways to turn tragedy into triumph, and fear into strength.
It may seem like society is doing everything it can to make us doubt ourselves, as well as faith in humanity. We then question society itself and everything that is to follow. When that happens, the question no longer is, “What has society done for me?” It instead becomes, “What have I done–or what can I do–for society?”
With that in mind, the staff at GMP asks: What do YOU do to contribute to the betterment of society? What choices or changes have you made in your own life that effect or reflect the bigger picture?
We invite you to send your queries to Erin Kelly, our Social Justice Editor, at [email protected] It’s time to let your voice be heard.
Thank you for being a part of the conversation no one else is having.
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