nsmsn / Nick Simson

Communication/web/graphic designer. Caretaker of a mutt named Zelda. Alive and at work in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA.

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  1. Why Schools Fail To Teach Slavery’s ‘Hard History’ : NPR Ed : NPR

    A new report says too many students don’t know the basics of American slavery and too many teachers feel ill-served by bad textbooks and timid state standards.

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  2. Tracing Religion, Politics and the Press | WUOT

    Americans have debated for nearly three centuries the relationship between church and state. The question has never been settled in a way that satisfies every political and religious faction. This doesn’t surprise University of Southern California professor Diane Winston.

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  3. Dialogue: Systemic Racism | WUOT

    Four years ago, the shooting of teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, helped launch a national debate about how law enforcement deals with minority communities. Similar conversations have arisen, over how we talk about and implement racial diversity in workplaces, government, media and daily life.

    In this episode of Dialogue, a look at race and systemic racism in America. Do minorities find themselves at a disadvantage when seeking better employment, housing, or justice? What efforts have been made to combat racism embedded in institutions, and have they been successful?

    Our panel includes Amelia Parker, Executive Director of Peace Brigades International-USA, and University of Tennessee professors Michelle Christian and Asafa Jalata, who study race and ethnicity.

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  4. Episode 06 — Adele, UX, and Overcoming Fear of the Internet 🤓

    The Weekly Typographic — Episode 06

    Adele, UX, and Overcoming Fear of the Internet 🤓

    After a long break, we’re back in the new year, with far more great finds than we could possibly talk about. Hear a little about how classes are going, how UX teaches fundamentals of design, and how Adele loves Raleway, amongst even more fun & nerdy babblings.

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  5. How to Be a Hero - Radiolab

    What are people thinking when they risk their lives for someone else?  Is heroism an act of sympathy or empathy?

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  6. HealthConnections: Unfinished Business | WUOT

    2017 ended without resolution for several major questions about health and healthcare in the United States: Would CHIP funding be re-authorized? What will

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  7. What Is Heritage Tourism? | WUOT

    This week, fourteen states announced they’re banding together to promote the U.S. Civil Rights Trail , creating an almost unprecedented push for what’s called heritage tourism. That’s when visitors dive into the real history of a location, with goal of telling the story, whether good, or bad…or both.

    Stefanie Benjamin is a University of Tennessee professor who studies heritage tourism and in this interview we discuss what heritage tourism entails, who visits sites, and what experiences await those who participate.

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  8. Episode 19: Almost An Apology - /dev/hell

    After some downtime spent taking mental reps, Chris and Ed are back with a vengeance for one of our best shows. Joining us is Chris Shiflett, PHP …

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  9. The Big Idea | The Business of Authority

    Structuring your business around a big idea

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  10. Intro to Value Pricing | The Business of Authority

    How to stop trading time for money.

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