steiny100 / Aaron Steinberg

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  1. Trauma Triggers and Narratives on Israel and Palestine: De-Toxifying the Debate

    Lisa Schirch presents a framework for convening discussions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict without triggering fight-or-flight responses. After years of peacebuilding practice around the globe, Dr. Schirch spent three months in 2017 interviewing Palestinian and Israeli activists and publishing reflections on her blog. Her act of sharing voices from both groups ignited an online firestorm among her audience, illuminating the salience of trauma and the echoes of antisemitic and Islamophobic narratives in contemporary conversation on the conflict.

    Lisa Schirch, Ph.D. is the Starmann Chair in Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame, where she teaches “Strategic Peacebuilding” and coordinates a program on “Digital Peacebuilding” with the Toda Peace Institute. She is a former Fulbright Fellow and the author and editor of 11 books, including Social Media Impacts on Conflict and Democracy (2021) and The Ecology of Violent Extremism: Peace and Security in the 21st Century (2018).

    This event took place on November 17, 2021 and was moderated by Ned Lazarus, Associate Professor of International Affairs at the Elliott School at the George Washington University.

    Sponsored by the Elliott School, the Judaic Studies Program, and the Israel Institute

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  2. Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru | A LIVE Celebration and Training Event

    We’re all been living through something we never could have imagined just a few years ago – and it’s affecting every area of our life.

    From our jobs and businesses, to our relationships with family, to our health and wellness… It’s easy to feel yanked around by our outside circumstances.

    It’s easy to feel completely out of control.

    But that doesn’t have to be the case – that's why Tony and Sage Robbins are going to help you discover the tools that we all need to take back control of the ONE thing that the world can ever take from us:

    Our INNER world.

    If you want to take BACK control and discover these tools and principles for FREE, then you must join Tony, Sage and their special guest, award-winning filmmaker Joe Berlinger, at a live celebration and training event for the 5-year anniversary of Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru – the #1 Netflix documentary.

    They’re going to provide this free training to show you we can take control and thrive in this crazy world….

    And not only that, but because they want to serve people at the highest level and create the most value during this time of uncertainty, they’re also going to be giving away some incredible prizes…

    🎟️ Tickets to attend Date With Destiny – and immersive, life-changing experience.
    📱 Membership in Tony Robbins Inner Cir…

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  3. Building a Brand and Redefining Success

    In the wake of a pandemic that has disproportionately impacted women economically, this inter-generational conversation between three female founders and entrepreneurs unpacks what it takes to discover and follow a passion, build a brand, and sustainably scale it to profitability.

    Inspired by Ali Kriegsman's new book, "How to Build a Goddamn Empire," Ali, Sheila Nazarian, and Antonia Hellman reflect on their journeys, the expectations and barriers they've had to overcome, and what re-imagining success looks like.

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  4. Booktalk with Judy Batalion: “The Light of Days” (4/8/21 Bronftalk)

    A discussion with Judy Batalion about her new book "The Light of Days: The Untold Story of Women Resistance Fighters in Hitler's Ghettos," which has already been optioned by Steven Spielberg. In it, she tells the story of Jewish women who became resistance fighters in the ghettos.

    In this BookTalk, Judy tells us about the incredible bravery these women exhibited, why it took so long to center their stories, and what it means to finally remember them today.

    Read Judy's powerful essay about these resistance fighters in the New York Times:

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  5. Roman Krznaric: Becoming a Better Ancestor - The Long Now

    Human beings have an astonishing evolutionary gift: agile imaginations that can shift in an instant from thinking on a scale of seconds to a scale of years or even centuries. The need to draw on our capacity to think long-term has never been more urgent, whether in areas such as public health care, to deal with technological risks, or to confront the threats of an ecological crisis.

    What can we do to overcome the tyranny of the now? The drivers of short-termism threaten to drag us over the edge of civilizational breakdown, while ways to think long-term are drawing us towards a culture of longer time horizons and responsibility for the future of humankind.

    Creating a cognitive toolkit for challenging our obsession with the here and now offers conceptual scaffolding for answering one of the most important questions of our time: How can we be good ancestors?

    —-Roman Krznaric

    Roman Krznaric is a public philosopher who writes about the power of ideas to change society.

    His newest book on the history and future of long-term thinking is The Good Ancestor: A Radical Prescription for Long-Term Thinking. Other books include Empathy, The Wonderbox and Carpe Diem Regained, which have been published in more than 20 languages.

    Krznaric founded the traveling Empathy Museum and is especially interested in the challenges of how we extend empathy to future generations. Roman Krznaric is also a Long Now Research Fellow.

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