Is the Social Entrepreneur Sick?


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In a Model D Media opinion from Tunde Wey, co-founder of (revolver), he explains why social entrepreneurship is sick.

As he states, in terms of social entrepreneurship, people are impaired with the notion of "a singular solution; an omniscient inoculant to eradicate a problem so completely, as to erase even the memory of the diseases' existence. This is our sickness."


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