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Society

A fresh look at controversial or popular topics in modern history and culture from those who lived them.

You Have Less Than 201 Days To Live

Freddy Silva is one of the world’s leading researchers of sacred sites, ancient systems of knowledge and the interaction between temples and consciousness. He is the...

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Motivation 3.0

Motivation 3.0: Interview with Daniel Pink

Bestselling author Daniel Pink considers himself a “data geek.” His drive to compile and analyze information has led him to identify the trends that are shaping....

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Interview with Eva Mozes Kor

Forgiving the Holocaust

Nine-year-old Eva Mozes and her identical twin sister Miriam, their two older sisters, mother and father, along with thousands of other Romanians, were relocated....

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Why Some People Act Altruistically

There are many examples of everyday altruism, but some of the most outstanding arise from extremely tragic events in human history. Examining these events and....

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Confessions of an Economic Wiseman

The magnitude of the global financial crisis that we are beginning to see unfold, and its possible consequences, may be of an unprecedented scale. Yet the reasons and players behind it are quite familiar to someone like John Perkins....

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Out of the Shadows

Any study of genius inevitably leads to an uncomfortable question: where are the women? Where are the female Mozarts, the Teslas and the Rembrandts? The fact that half of humanity....

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Muckleshoot Tribe is Reclaiming Their Health - Native American School Chefs Make Breakfast and Lunch From Scratch

Muckleshoot Tribe is Reclaiming Their Health

The Pacific Northwest is one of the most diverse and bountiful bioregions in North America, and encompasses hundreds of varieties of edible plants, fishes and animals. The peoples native to these lands consider this affluence “food gifts.” Historically, they were the benefactors of extensive cultural knowledge about their foods which had been handed down from generation to generation.

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Human Identity Evolving

Human Identity Evolving

Interconnectedness between human beings is most clearly seen today in the form of modern communications technologies: the internet, social networks, the....

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Making It Fun  - Interview With Gerald B. Lefcourt

Making It Fun

In 1968, Gerald Lefcourt was a young law school graduate with a passion for social justice. Having been recently fired from the Legal Aid Society for....

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The Importance of Laughter

The Importance of Laughter

I grew up in the South during a momentous time. The Cold War and McCarthyism, the end of colonialism around the world, the development of....

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