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Khan: Innovation is the tail that’s wagging regulations

By   /  Friday, January 31st, 2020  /  East Ventura County, Education, Latest news, Op/Eds, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Khan: Innovation is the tail that’s wagging regulations

By Sabith Khan More than 90 percent of the transfers of remittances, money sent by migrants to their home countries, take place in cash. The total estimated volume of remittances is over $700 billion per year, according to the World Bank. And much of this money is not regulated in the traditional sense because it Read More →

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Khan: Splintered internet result of freedom of speech

By   /  Friday, March 15th, 2019  /  Education, Latest news, Op/Eds, Technology  /  Comments Off on Khan: Splintered internet result of freedom of speech

By Sabith Khan Will “fixing” the internet in terms of bridging the digital divides bring us closer? I have thought about this question for quite a bit in the context of the recent uptick in political polarization, racism, hatred and all forms of ugliness that have manifest themselves in the American public sphere. One could Read More →

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Khan: Remittances have benefits for U.S.

By   /  Friday, December 7th, 2018  /  Columns, Education, Latest news  /  Comments Off on Khan: Remittances have benefits for U.S.

By Sabith Khan I spoke at a Rotary Club event recently where an audience member asked me if the net effect of remittance was to take money out of the United States. Is that not a net loss to the U.S. economy? In 2017, the amount of money going out was to the tune of Read More →

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Philanthropy is a quintessential American value

By   /  Friday, November 10th, 2017  /  Education, Latest news, Op/Eds, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Philanthropy is a quintessential American value

By Sabith Khan In the more than six years that I have studied faith-based philanthropy through nonprofit and individual action, I have been amazed at the wide-ranging areas that it reaches. Especially now, with Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath in Texas and Irma wreaking havoc across Florida and the Caribbean, faith-based organizations are increasingly stepping up to Read More →

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