Browsed by
Tag: that

HolocaustandGenocideLectureSeries April172018 shortened

HolocaustandGenocideLectureSeries April172018 shortened

[ Music ]>>We’ve had a few glitches today. One of our speakers, Julie Ea, is not able to be with us but we’re very fortunate to have Dr. Lucia Roncalli here to talk to us about the survivors of the Cambodian genocide. Dr. Roncalli was a family practitioner in Santa Rosa for many years and she has a very interesting medical background. She has worked with Doctors Without Borders. She has traveled widely in Asia, particularly in Cambodia, and in…

Read More Read More

Missing Children Society of Canada

Missing Children Society of Canada

JUDY PETERSON: Lindsey was a beautiful young girl. She was athletic and funny and artistic. Lindsey was fourteen years old in 1993 and she was last seen walking down a rural road in the Comox Valley. We believe she was hitchhiking and she never got into town. She just vanished. The last thing I said to her was that I loved her and that I missed her and I’ve never seen or heard anything about what happened to her since….

Read More Read More

Megacorporations Make Poor Governments | Incoming

Megacorporations Make Poor Governments | Incoming

All across the world, the power of the national governments dwinded, in their place rose the megacorporations. Where once there had been senates, parliaments and the electorate there were now only shareholders. Citizens became employees. Have you heard this story before? Probably. The idea of a megacorporation or group of megacorporations taking over the responsibilities of a government is one that’s been around for a while, and there are plenty of examples across alternate worlds. But is it believable, and…

Read More Read More

Seniors and loneliness | What scares me | Good Samaritan Society

Seniors and loneliness | What scares me | Good Samaritan Society

What does scare me about the technology is the research that says our children can intake much more information. Our brains are really we’ve always known there been parts of our brains that aren’t active enough can assimilate facts in all sorts of ways what we’re doing it so fast by virtue of putting it out there without examination that we’re not picking up the context of what this means and we’re not we’re not like me who is so…

Read More Read More

Cherokee Nation V. Georgia Case – IB HISTORY – APUSH

Cherokee Nation V. Georgia Case – IB HISTORY – APUSH

Hi guys so today for this video We are going to talk about the Cherokee Nation V, Georgia case. This video is brought to you by Dr.Ferron’s IBHistory 6th period. Truong, Benjamin, Julie, Petronilo and Jonathan. This case was one of the many cases that were appointed to john Marshall who were the Supreme Court Chief Justice during this time. The case was filed by the Cherokee Nation – one of Americans most well known Native American tribes They see…

Read More Read More

Tracking an Adversary’s Learning Curve with Edd Black | Hackers of CypherCon

Tracking an Adversary’s Learning Curve with Edd Black | Hackers of CypherCon

My name is Edd Black. I’ve been doing institutional defense and wonder for companies throughout the Midwest for over ten years at this point. I’m on Twitter, I also blog when my workplace allows me to do so. This talk was born out of frustration of dealing with offenders. What we’ll talk about is skilled persistent threat. Everybody’s heard of an APT. And then every heard of a script read. As if there’s nothing in between that you need to…

Read More Read More

The American Antiquarian Society – Orientation Film

The American Antiquarian Society – Orientation Film

[Scott Casper] A thoughtful nation needs to understand its past, how people actually lived. What they knew, what they read, what they thought. Without a place like the American Antiquarian Society that’s devoted to the collection, the preservation and the dissemination of exactly that, we would be far poorer. We would know far less of about our past. We’d be forced to rely on slogans and generalities, rather than being able to immerse ourselves in the stuff of that past….

Read More Read More

Bill Salus: America’s Spiritual Indictment

Bill Salus: America’s Spiritual Indictment

>HAS AMERICA PASSED THE FORBIDDEN BIBLICAL BOUNDARIES? AND HERE TO DISCUSS IT WITH ME TODAY IS AUTHOR AND LECTURER BILL SALUS. BILL, WELCOME TO PROPHECY WATCHERS.>>gARY, THANKS FOR INVITING ME BACK, EPESCIALLY TO TALK ABOUT THIS ALL-IMPORTANT TOPIC OF AMERICA. >WELL, ITS A SERIOUS QUESTIONS. WE LOOK AT AMERICA AS CHRISTIANS, AND WE SEE NUMEROUS AND BY THE WAY, AN EXCELLERATING FAILURE ON ALL SIDE. AND I THINK IT’S A VERY FAIR QUESTION TO ASK. HAVE WE PASSED THE BOUNDARIES?…

Read More Read More

A Folklorist’s Tale: Stories of Tangible Culture, Intangible Culture & the Politics of Culture

A Folklorist’s Tale: Stories of Tangible Culture, Intangible Culture & the Politics of Culture

>>Elizabeth Peterson: I’m Betsy Peterson, the director of the American Folk Life Center here at the Library of Congress. And on behalf of all the staff, I want to welcome you to the latest presentation in our ongoing Benjamin K. Botkin lecture series. Just a word about the lecture series. The Botkin series allows us at the Folk Life Center to highlight the latest scholarship and the work that leading scholars in the disciplines of folklore, ethnomusicology, oral history, cultural…

Read More Read More

How well do you know your British terms? | BBC Ideas

How well do you know your British terms? | BBC Ideas

The A to Z of isms… Britishism. Britishism – a term denoting a word or phrase that only functions properly and without footnotes in the United Kingdom, but which has begun to spread across the globe like a cup of tea spilt over a map of the world. Some examples of… for a person you consider to be not as clever as you. for a person you consider to be not as clever as you. as in “I fancy you”….

Read More Read More