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TruthAtlas, a New Website Focusing on Change-Makers, Launches

TruthAtlas, a new online magazine featuring multimedia stories about people and ideas making the world a better place, is now live

HENDERSON, Nev., Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- TruthAtlas, a new online magazine featuring multimedia stories about people and ideas making the world a better place, is now live. Launched in January 2014, TruthAtlas.com provides news that informs, engages, and inspires.

"We are dedicated to telling stories that move each of us to dig a little deeper and help create a better world," says Michael Halter, director of operations at TruthAtlas.com.

TruthAtlas site focuses on stories about change-makers -- innovators, visionaries, artists -- and the big ideas and bold actions that drive them. The site serves a global audience, and highlights the extraordinary in the ordinary, no matter where it's found. It also showcases organizations, nonprofits, and projects worthy of attention and support.

"We embrace the 'think global, act local' motto, and invite readers to be active participants in the news we feature," says Halter. "For example, our section called 'Your Neighborhood' celebrates people doing great things in every corner of the world. We encourage our readers to send us photos and descriptions of individuals in their neighborhoods who are making a difference."

In addition to its main features, TruthAtlas curates breaking news 24/7 from around the web.

"We believe there's a need today for a clear, inspiring, positive lens on news and TruthAtlas will help to fill that void," says Halter.

For more information visit: http://truthatlas.com
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