Truth Atlas

Truth Atlas articles by Johanna McCloy

Johanna McCloy wrote several articles as a freelance journalist for Truth Atlas, a magazine “featuring stories about people and ideas making the world a better place”. Truth Atlas provided permission to reprint her articles here.

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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…


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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…


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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…


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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…


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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…


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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…


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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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