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Jezebel: People Are Really Pissed About the Girl Scout Barbie

"...both the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood and the Center for a New American Dream have encouraged Girl Scouts USA to break ties with Mattel, claiming that Barbie is a "terrible role model" for young girls."

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Think Progress: New 'Girl Scout Barbie' Sparks Controversy

For months, the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood and the Center for a New American Dream have been encouraging Girl Scouts USA to break ties with the doll manufacturer, saying that Barbie is a “terrible role model” for young girls.

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Maryland Librarians Say "Yes!" to More Sharing

New Dream's CommunityShare Workshop is helping lead the way for the Sharing Economy in Maryland.

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Living the Dream: Nicolás Bori, Off the Beaten Path

Follow along on Nicolás's journey to find a new path toward happiness—off the beaten path.

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Leading by Example: Lessons Learned from the Eugene CommunityShare Workshop

Oregon is full of people bringing their communities to life through the Sharing Economy.

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Inside Higher Ed Blog U: A New American Dream?

The Center for a New American Dream commissioned two surveys of public attitudes, trying to quantify what folks considered part of "the dream", and how well they thought it was being fulfilled.

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INFOGRAPHICS AND ANALYSIS: New American Dream Poll 2014

What does the “American Dream” mean today? How—and how successfully—are Americans achieving this dream? How has the concept of the “American Dream” shifted over the past 10 years? These questions are at the heart of New Dream's 2014 national survey.

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Top 10 Ideas for a Screen-Free Summer Your Kids Will Love

Ditch the screen and try one of these proven ways to keep kids active and engaged all summer.

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Pop Goes the Community

How a temporary "pop-up" university helped bring a small Vermont town back to life.

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Living the Dream: "Mindful Minimalist" Tamela Rich

On a cross-country motorcycle trip, Tamela realized that she had spent her first 40 years overpacking for life.

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