Dedications and donations
Edited by Zachary D. Kaufman
This book is primarily dedicated to Artemis Christodulou. Artemis, my classmate at Yale University, was in a serious car accident on May 23, 2004, in Sierra Leone while she was scouting for a new location to display contributions to the National Vision for Sierra Leone, one of the projects profiled in this book (see Chapter 2). The accident caused severe injuries, and she remains impaired. Artemis sacrificed much in the service of others, and she epitomizes the essence of a young social entrepreneur. I will donate half of the book’s royalties to the Christodulou family for Artemis’s medical costs. The Christodulou family welcomes this dedication and contribution, and further welcomes support from anyone else who would be willing to donate. Please make checks payable to ‘Artemis Christodulou’ and mail them to: Artemis Christodulou 96 Agricultural Avenue Rehoboth, Massachusetts 02769 United States For more information about Artemis, please visit her family’s website at: http://www.christodulou.com/. Please also visit The Artemis Project (http://ylsmediaserv.law.yale.edu/webwork/trc2005/artemis.htm), an online database hosted by Yale University and named after Artemis that archives truth commission documents. This book is also dedicated to the social enterprises profiled herein. I will donate an equal division of the other half of the book’s royalties to the ventures that continue to operate. As such, this book itself is a form of social entrepreneurship. Finally, this book is dedicated to victims of atrocities, whom we will always remember, and to survivors of atrocities, who inspire us with their courage and hope. Zachary D....