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Different Drummers
Saturated by sensationalism? Attacked by tabloids? There are alternatives. In this half-hour of Humankind, host David Freudberg takes a tour of media with meaning and the difference that in-depth, honest, and journalism-from-the-heart-makes. Profiling two of the biggest movers and shakers in the field of life-giving media, Michael Toms and Jon Wilson, Humankind presents a different […]
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Books to Prisoners
The Prisoners Literature Project ships tens of thousands of free books each year to inmates around the United States. The Project was founded in the 1980s by grassroots activists working at a San Francisco bookstore. The entire operation, headquartered in Berkeley, California, is staffed by volunteers, who range from young professionals to retirees, librarians, citizens […]
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Rick Weissbourd
In this provocative dialogue, Richard Weissbourd, who has founded an inner city school, raised a family and teaches at Harvard’s graduate school of education as well as the Kennedy school of government, reflects on the complex process of cultivating moral awareness in young people. He believes young children frequently know the difference between right and […]
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Letter from Unity Village
A history and profile of Missouri-based Unity School, publishers of “Daily Word” magazine. The program highlights Unity’s practice of unflagging positive thinking, and concludes with a poem on faith read by James Dillet Freeman. Note: This program is from our, “Kindred Spirits,” archive.
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Hope In Action -Pt2
We hear the fascinating story of how one of the world’s top climate scientists and his wife designed and built an elegant home that has become a national model of how to enjoy a comfortable life with minimal impact on the environment. Although the consequences of climate change may turn out to be sweeping and […]
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The Diet-Climate Connection (Pt. 4)
The new urban agriculture movement offers a way for us to re-connect our lives to nature
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The Diet-Climate Connection (Pt. 3)
Which foods have the largest global warming footprint—and which are most climate-friendly?
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The Diet-Climate Connection (Pt. 2)
Public school cafeterias are changing! We visit two in New England where recent policies reflect much greater attention to healthy meal options than were typically available in the past.
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The Diet-Climate Connection (Pt. 1)
Hundreds of colleges are now moving toward healthier, more climate-friendly food choices on campus
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Simple Relaxation Exercise
A simple, 15-minute relaxation exercise.
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Passengers (Pt. 4)
Most people in metropolitan areas face choices when we travel — to go by car or to use public transit? These decisions have a huge impact on our wallets, on the environment and on our quality of life. (Part 4)
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Passengers (Pt. 3)
Most people in metropolitan areas face choices when we travel — to go by car or to use public transit? These decisions have a huge impact on our wallets, on the environment and on our quality of life. (Part 3)
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Passengers (Pt. 2)
Most people in metropolitan areas face choices when we travel — to go by car or to use public transit? These decisions have a huge impact on our wallets, on the environment and on our quality of life. (Part 2)
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Passengers (Pt. 1)
Most people in metropolitan areas face choices when we travel — to go by car or to use public transit? These decisions have a huge impact on our wallets, on the environment and on our quality of life. (Part 1)
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The Power of Nonviolence (Pt. 8)
Part 8. We hear from veterans who wrestle with healing from “moral injury” which occurs after a violation of conscience, based on events they witnessed or participated in while on military duty.
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The Search for Well-Being (Pt. 4)
We examine a fascinating new model of health care: integrative medicine. (Part 4)
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The Power of Nonviolence (Pt. 7)
Part 7. In time for Veterans Day, we hear profiles of American soldiers who, after military duty, returned home to face another battle – the effects of Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
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The Search for Well-Being (Pt. 3)
We examine a fascinating new model of health care: integrative medicine. (Part 3)
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The Search for Well-Being (Pt. 2)
We examine a fascinating new model of health care: integrative medicine. (Part 2)
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The Search for Well-Being (Pt. 1)
We examine a fascinating new model of health care: integrative medicine. (Pt. 1)
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Catching Up with Granny D (Pt. 2)
A lively profile of “Granny D,” (Mrs. Doris Haddock of Dublin, New Hampshire) famous for her 14-month walk across the United States to promote campaign finance reform. (Part 2)
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Catching Up with Granny D (Pt. 1)
A lively profile of “Granny D,” (Mrs. Doris Haddock of Dublin, New Hampshire) famous for her 14-month walk across the United States to promote campaign finance reform. (Part 1)
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Resilient Nurses (Pt. 4)
A no-holds-barred look at the stressful conditions in which many nurses work: the long hours, the emotional toll, the rapid pace, and the way that technology and institutional practices can make it hard to form a caring bond with patients. (Part 4)
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Resilient Nurses (Pt. 3)
A no-holds-barred look at the stressful conditions in which many nurses work: the long hours, the emotional toll, the rapid pace, and the way that technology and institutional practices can make it hard to form a caring bond with patients. (Part 3)
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The Power of Nonviolence (Pt. 6)
Part 6. When we’re in a disagreement, it’s sometimes hard simply to listen to the other person. But skillful listening is a core practice of conflict resolution and, potentially, a doorway to improved relations and greater self-understanding.
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The Power of Nonviolence (Pt. 5)
Part 5. A return visit to the Seeds of Peace summer camp, when teenagers from opposing sides of conflict regions, including the Middle East, arrive for amazing encounters of dialogue and fun.
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The Right to Vote (Pt. 2)
After the Voting Rights Act was passed, it seemed that the legacy of Jim Crow had been left behind and all citizens could be eligible to vote. However, recent legal developments have complicated the issue. (Part 2)
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The Right to Vote (Pt. 1)
Who may participate in our democracy? The history of voting rights has determined the answer to this important question. (Part 1)
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The Power of Nonviolence (Pt. 4)
Part 4. How can we avoid reacting furiously when someone provokes us? Hear a fascinating array of answers from theologian Frank Rogers, Rabbi Michael Lerner, Rev. Betty Stookey and legendary folksinger Noel Paul Stookey, who performs.
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The Power of Nonviolence (Pt. 3)
Part 3. In a world given to so much brutality, it would be easy to underestimate the impact of basic human compassion in actually resolving strife, yet even in tense environments, people are transformed by gestures of understanding.
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The Power of Nonviolence (Pt. 2)
Part 2. We hear stories of peacemakers who draw from their diverse lives and religious traditions as a basis for breaking down barriers and promoting conflict resolution.
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The Power of Nonviolence (Pt. 1)
Part 1. In time for Martin Luther King Day, we look back on the stunning display of forgiveness and nonviolence by the grieving families and congregants of Mother Emanuel church, where a gunman murdered black worshipers. Roof was sentenced to death today by a federal jury.
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Radioactive (Pt. 1)
In this episode of Humankind, hear nuclear experts pro and con, an emergency room physician, and a variety of voices telling the story of a controversial reactor in Vermont. Part 1 of 2.
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Resilient Nurses (Pt. 2)
In this episode of Humankind, a no-holds-barred look at the stressful conditions in which many nurses work: the long hours, the emotional toll, the rapid pace, and the way that technology and institutional practices can make it hard to form a caring bond with patients.
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Resilient Nurses (Pt. 1)
In this episode of Humankind, a no-holds-barred look at the stressful conditions in which many nurses work: the long hours, the emotional toll, the rapid pace, and the way that technology and institutional practices can make it hard to form a caring bond with patients.
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