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October 2019
 
 
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PMC Goes Live on Instagram
 
We are thrilled to announce the launch of a new Population Media Center Instagram account. Follow us for photos and updates from PMC offices around the world. Are you involved in initiatives that seek to create positive behavior change around the rights of women and girls, population stabilization, and the environment? Tag us in your photos!
 
 
 
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Donor Spotlight: Arden Down

 

Arden Down doesn’t want to help anyone. That may sound like a surprising statement coming from a woman whose career has been oriented around counseling others and whose life is packed with activism and volunteering.

 

“I don’t want to help people,” she says, “I want to empower them. I want them to honor the power within them and help themselves.”

 

Read more about Arden's background in volunteerism, her commitments to social and environmental justice, and what drew her to become part of the PMC community, in her full spotlight below.

 

 
 
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