After ripping each other apart, and your tents, to stay together, when you finally let it drop when the holes and the boat you shared become bigger than your bravest bucket…
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These videos by Dr. Stan Ruecker and Dr. Milena Radzikowska are an excellent resource.
Robyn Maynard and Desmond Cole share their thoughts in this compelling talk on issues surrounding abolitionism.
Insights into story telling, building thrilling narratives, editing, and bringing your full self to science communication.
A Tom Scott video asks (and answers): What are cookies and we are we asked to accept them?”
Sometimes being truthful is not aligned with being nice.
This is a beautiful story of two people with different ideas and how they learned to share them and be changed by them.
This is the best. And it’s evergreen.
From the plasticity of culture, to consolidating power, Ian Danskin does an interesting job presenting on mainstreaming in this short video.
Rightwing antagonists abound in online communities. Here’s a good analysis of the challenge of playing their game.
These videos by Valentina Vee area amazing.
There is a font for every occasion. I heart Comic Sans.
I can’t find the the source of this quote. It’s Toni Morrison, and it’s right, but where is it from? “What struck me most about…