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Bangladesh Buddhist Association of Canada (BBAC)

The Bangladesh Buddhist Association of Canada (BBAC) is a nonprofit, non-political and non-discriminatory organization established in 2007 in Toronto, Canada. It works to promote Buddhism to the Canadian community by reaching out to the youth, providing a place of worship and extending a hand to those who are in need. The website offers a list of BBAC locations in […]

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Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson is director of character education at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, Calif. He has written numerous articles on topics in youth ethics, including cheating and lying.

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“The Ethics of American Youth: 2012”

The Josephson Institute of Ethics conducted a survey of youth ethics in 2012. A similar survey is conducted annually. The 2012 survey showed a drop in lying, cheating, and stealing among American youth for the first time in a decade.

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Ananda Marga

Ananda Marga is a global network of centers in nearly every country that provides support and education focused on the welfare of humanity and the world. The organization promotes meditation centers, schools, children’s homes, food distribution centers, disaster relief organizations and community development projects. The organization’s mission is twofold; “self-realization and the welfare of the universe.”

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Dorothy Allred Solomon

Dorothy Allred Solomon, a monogamist who is the 28th of the 48 children born to the late polygamist Mormon Rulon Allred, is the author of Predators, Prey and Other Kinfolk: Growing Up in Polygamy (W.W. Norton and Co., 2003). She lives in the Salt Lake City area. She says that because of secrecy and isolation, as well […]

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