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Sick of Sitting Passively: A Testament to Our Human Potential – Parts I, II, & III

Photo by Chris Carson Listen here. I am tired of not speaking, and I am tired of not acting. And I don’t know what to do. See, I have these ideas – ideas that have...
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Working Through Our Human Nature

When posed with the possibility of the Western world evolving to a social system that prioritizes community over material wealth, many people remain doubtful. This is totally understandable. But…

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From http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/oct/14/age-of-loneliness-killing-us

The Answer We Are Searching For

The truth is becoming more and more evident to us. Material wealth is not what we are searching for. What we are searching for is love – Love that we harvest by connecting with others in...
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The Misuse of the “Terrorist” Label

Alex Munger
An emerging pastime in America is the liberal application of the label “terrorist” to various persons or groups without much thought into the implications of that labeling. It began with conservative politicians doling out the...
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Credit: NBC News... Before Bundy and others took control of the Wildlife Refuge building, protesters marched in response to the Hammond's sentences.

What We Can Learn from the Armed Occupation of the Oregon Refuge Center

Credit: NBC News… Before Ammon Bundy and other armed protesters took control of the Wildlife Refuge building in Harney County, Oregon, many others marched in response to the re-sentencing of Dwight and Steven Hammond.   So what...
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Why it’d be Cool if Men Gave Women Equal Dap

Men should start dapping up women. Yes, that’s right. Men should give women dap a lot more often. For those who don’t know the phrase, giving dap is a mix between a high five and a handshake. It’s...
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About this Site

Welcome! I am a 21-year-old from Atlanta, Georgia. I went to school at Grady High School and now I am a third-year student of the University of Georgia pursuing degrees in Mass Media Arts and...
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Victor Rios discussed the criminalization of minority youth in a speech at the University of Georgia on March 3, 2015

Victor Rios Discusses Incarceration Crisis in U.S.

Victor Rios discussed the criminalization of minority youth in a speech at the University of Georgia on March 3, 2015 When Dr. Victor Rios was three years old, he walked the poverty-stricken streets of Oakland...
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Anthony Cody, a co-founder of the Network for Public Education, spoke at the University Chapel at UGA.

Cody Speaks on Flaws in Standardized Testing

Anthony Cody, a co-founder of the Network for Public Education, spoke at the University Chapel at UGA. A co-founder of the Network for Public Education addressed the ineffectiveness of current U.S. standardized testing and teacher...
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