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  1. 5/29 Bhaskar Sunkara: Radicalism Is The Solution | The Majority Report with Sam Seder

    Jacobin founding editor, Bhaskar Sunkara, explained the distinction between liberal and socialistic politics, the modern delusions of liberalism, the disconnect between the elite and grassroots of the Democratic Party, the political success of neo-liberalism, how the left can renew itself and the vital work of building coalitions against austerity.

    On The Better Half: Michelle Bachmann’s epic insanity on full display in her resignation, Ron Paul loses his UN case and your calls and IMS.

    And keep the conversation going on our morning thread

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  2. The World: How do you say you’re sorry for taking part in China’s ‘Cultural Revolution’?

    The ‘Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution’ turned China upside down for the whole decade starting in 1966. Now, some aging participants in those years of political upheaval are looking back at their own actions and they are offering an apology for what they did.

    —Huffduffed by smokler 4 months ago

  3. Innovative Ideas Talk: Ed Summers

    As our cultural heritage moves onto the web, it becomes part of a rich, constantly changing, living system. Instead of fighting against it, how can we work with the dynamic nature of the web to draw people into our collections, and participate in their creation?

    Join Ed Summers, information technology specialist at the Library of Congress and independent developer, as he discusses how the application of information technology in libraries can make collection material accessible to all.

    —Huffduffed by todrobbins 4 months ago

  4. Explaining Our Hope - Cross Cultural Ministry for Your Group



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  5. Sophie Dennis podcast interview: redefining success by writing your own rules — lucid plot, by Jonathan Kahn

    In Episode 12 of the Together London Podcast, I talk to Sophie Dennis about redefining success by writing your own rules, the problem with waterfall, and setting up a local web community. Check out Sophie’s website, her upcoming Dare Conference talk, and follow her on twitter @sophiedennis.

    —Huffduffed by fjordaan 9 months ago

  6. Download Media for ‘Algebras, Geometries, Topologies of Philosophy: Deleuze, Derrida, & Mathematical Knowledge’

    Slought Foundation. Slought Foundation (‘Sl-aw-t’) is a non-profit organization based in Philadelphia that engages the public in dialogue about cultural and socio-political change. We collaborate with a range of partners including artists, communities, universities, and governments to encourage cultural inclusiveness and social activism.


    —Huffduffed by philipb one year ago

  7. A Mohawk Hero In The Not-So-Diverse Gaming World : NPR

    The latest installment of Assassin’s Creed, one of the world’s most popular video games, has a hero who is part Mohawk. The game’s creator says reflecting real 18th century Mohawk life was critical and hired a consultant to make sure the game was culturally consistent with Mohawk culture.


    —Huffduffed by n8dub one year ago

  8. Dan Wieden: W + K Interview – Why Cultural Diversity Ensures Relevancy: Marketing Interview

    In this interview, Dan Wieden, Co-Founder of Wieden and Kennedy, explains the importance of cultural diversity in advertising.


    —Huffduffed by chasereeves one year ago

  9. Peter Ong on Calling

    Peter Ong is pastoring at Living Faith Community Church, an Asian-American church in Flushing, Queens. He is participating in our Fellows Program and preparing to plant in downtown Flushing.

    —Huffduffed by sundance 2 years ago

  10. Woolsheds - RN By Design - 2 November 2011

    Woolsheds represent one of the most iconic forms of Australian vernacular architecture. In our conversation corner today we meet photographer Andrew Chapman, a man who has roamed Australia in search of woolsheds. And for him every one of these buildings has a distinct personality and a story.

    His new book, simply called Woolsheds, celebrates their place in the landscape and the subtle beauty of old beams and rusting galvanized iron.

    Andrew Chapman, Photographer

    Title: Woolsheds
    Author: Andrew Chapman
    Publisher: The Five Mile Press


    —Huffduffed by theJBJshow 2 years ago

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