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Brandon Rapp is the economic development fellow at Greater New Orleans, Inc., where he works in part on creating jobs through the Greater New Orleans Urban Water Plan--a long-term, multi-billion dollar project to protect the city against floods.
When students have the will to be leaders for social change, how can their schools support them?
Khanh Huynh came to the United States from Vietnam when she was 9 years old. She spoke almost no English, but immediately felt pressure to excel. “If you don’t fit into the Asian stereotype, people think you’re stupid.”