Backdoor Humanitarianism

HOW A SCIENTIST IS HELPING BLIND CHILDREN IN INDIA

Here’s what I believe: If you plan for the most vulnerable, the world works better for everyone. Organize a busy street so a deaf child with a physical disability can cross it safely and suddenly you’ve got a street safe enough for an elderly person who moves slowly or a pregnant woman with a heavy briefcase or a harried father with three small kids in tow. That’s how it works. Plan for the most vulnerable. Watch the fun.

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Jo McGowan, a Commonweal columnist, writes from Deradoon, India.