Friday , May 24 2024

Society

Interview: Otto Scharmer, Author of ‘The Essentials of Theory U: Core Principles and Applications’

An interview with Otto Scharmer, MIT professor, founder of the Presencing Institute, and author of the new book, 'Essentials of Theory U: Core Principles and Applications' — which may just change your life.

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Prison Time a Barrier to College Education and Employment Despite Prison Education Programs

Disclosing a stint in jail during a university or college’s application and screening process decreases the chances of getting through the application process at all, and dramatically slashes the possibility of financial aid.

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Roy Moore, John Conyers, Charlie Rose and #metoo

As I sit here this morning sipping my coffee, I am heartbroken and sick as allegation after allegation surfaces in the wake of #metoo. Triggered by the disgusting allegations against Harvey Weinstein, the floodgates are open and no one is spared. Not on the right, not on the left. Women, …

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The Moron

rex tillerson trump moron

It does really dishearten me to hear the moron make comparisons between his actions and those of President Obama – he ought to stop it. The truth is this: Donald Trump would have to stand atop Trump Tower to muster enough character to kiss President Obama’s backside.

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New Charges Against Inmate-Author: An Attempt to Muzzle Him?

Prison officials continue to persecute incarcerated Blogcritics columnist Christopher Zoukis for his perfectly legal writing activities. Federal prisons, and state prisons too, are hotbeds of censorship and repression.

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Book Review: ‘Race and Social Change: A Quest, A Study, A Call To Action’ by Max Klau

'Race and Social Change' is something undeniably important to society today and likely for many days to come. Max Klau untangles the complex system behind racism and optimistically lays out steps we can all take to bridge the gap. I encourage you to read on because it will enlighten even the most educated among us.

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