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Legal History Informs What We Need to Do. A Peaceful Revolution is How We Do it.

by Francine Tone

Rising Up Or Uprising: How Will History Record George Floyd’s Murder?

by Laura Wellington

Justice Long Denied is Hard Won

by Sheila K Collins, PhD
Have you discovered poetry that speaks to you during this time?

Poetry for a Pandemic

by Dr Sara Evans

Memorial Day Remembrance — “They gave the last full measure of devotion.”

by Daniel Barry

The Third Manifesto: Reinvent You

by Russell C. Smith & Michael Foster
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Lean In? This Woman Social Entrepreneur was Practically Planking – Way Back In 1912.

by Anastasia Torres-Gil
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Two Women, Two Centuries, One Purpose

by Carol Goodman Kaufman

The Coronavirus Era — Time to Calm Down and Rethink Our Lives

by Michael Laitman
Daniel Thomas takes an order from a customer at Devil Dawgs restaurant as Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker ordered all restaurants and bars closed at the end of the business day, as part of efforts to combat the spread of novel coronavirus, in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. March 16, 2020. REUTERS/Joshua Lott

Coronavirus: A Lesson in Humility

by Michael Laitman
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What You Didn’t Know About the History of the Mind-Body Connection

by Nina Ansary
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Will The Next Decade Belong To Women?

by Ferose V R

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