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Mek

Joined August 24, 2016Lists

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Over 70% of the world lives on less than $10 a day. This means up to 2/3 of our neighbors can't afford all the resources they need to reach their full potential. Because of this, we're letting billions of hours of productivity go to waste and robbing people of their chance to follow their dreams and make a positive difference. This is one of humanity's greatest tragedies and it's something within our reach to change.

Mek wakes up each morning with aspirations of fixing this inequality. To facilitate pushing the limit of responsible human achievement and to see how far humanity can get when unnecessary obstacles are removed. When caring, ethical, motivated people are empowered to act with the fullest of their human potential. In service of this mission, Mek works to make millions of books available through the world's Open Library and, in his free time, helps organize Archive Labs: an autonomous, volunteer-run community, with over 150 members, which incubates open access and public good.

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October 21, 2021 Mek Added 1969 University of Wiscon... edition of Soviet and Local Communist Perception of Syrian and Lebanese Politics, 1944-1964, and added a new author John Robert Swanson.