Truth Atlas


“Johanna McCloy was a frequent contributor to Truth Atlas, and her articles were favorites among our readers.” – Michael Halter, Director of Development, Truth Atlas 

Truth Atlas was an online magazine featuring stories about people and ideas making the world a better place. These sample articles are reprinted with permission. (The magazine ceased publication in 2014.)


ta-brats_donnamusil_withkoreankids1973Unique Cultural Subgroup: Military Brats and Third Culture Kids
Johanna McCloy • Jun. 23, 2014 • Artists, Special Feature

If you’ve never heard of the term “Third Culture Kids” (TCKs) that’s in keeping with the phenomenon of this cultural subgroup feeling somewhat invisible or unrecognized…


Global Girl Media: Turning Trauma Into Purpose
Johanna McCloy • Jun. 3, 2014 • Communicators, Popular, Special Feature

The year was 2007 and a young woman in Kenya was assisting Amie Williams, an American documentary…


Helping You Get Youth Outdoors
Johanna McCloy • Mar. 28, 2014 • helpers, Popular, Special Feature

“Awesome!” That’s a word you’ll often hear from urban kids when they experience the wilderness for the first time. Bay…


Taking Green Architecture to New Levels
Johanna McCloy • Mar. 14, 2014 • Innovators, Special Feature

Start with a childhood of playing outside in the woods and mix that with a year of taking art classes in Venice, a desire to…


A Natural Food Innovator with a Heartful Purpose
Johanna McCloy • Feb. 20, 2014 • Innovators, Special Feature

As an innovator and entrepreneur, Robert Davis has a passion for natural foods—and an impressive roster of firsts. He created…


Healing Touch Brings Relief to Cancer Patients
Johanna McCloy • Feb. 11, 2014 • helpers, Special Feature

Many of those suffering from potent and possibly fatal diseases believe that conventional medicine is the only modality that…


Children’s Hospital Volunteer Lights Up Lives
Johanna McCloy • Jan. 27, 2014 • helpers, Special Feature

“I was born in 1960 and raised in Cucamonga, before it became Rancho Cucamonga. It’s hard to believe that a Los Angeles suburb was…

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