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Australia, we need to talk | Cally Jetta | TEDxPerth

Is reconciliation between Australia’s Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples possible? Cally Jetta maintains that it is not. Instead, she proposes that to build a harmonious future, we need to think differently and address our nation’s history honestly. Cally Jetta is passionate … Continue reading

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The myth of Aboriginal stories being myths | Jacinta Koolmatrie | TEDxAdelaide

For more than 50,000 years there were over 200 different groups of people living on the landmass now referred to as Australia. All of these groups formed a strong understanding of the land. This knowledge was passed down through thousands … Continue reading

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Psychology Hacks to Help Your New Year’s Resolutions | Compilation

It’s time to ring in the new year, so lots of people are ready to make their new year’s resolutions. With the help of psychology, you too can be on your way to fulfilling your goals this year! Hosted by: … Continue reading

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Meet The Black Man With Two Biological White Parents

The strange but true story of Anthony Lennon. The man that was born to two white Irish parents, but he looks like a mixed race man. We also discuss Sandra Laing the South African born Black woman, also born to … Continue reading

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Mary Beard – Women & Power

Commissioned by The Getty Museum on the occasion of their 2019 Getty Medal to Mary Beard, one of the world’s foremost public intellectuals, a professor of classics at Cambridge University, and the author of numerous books on ancient Rome. getty.edu/about/whatwedo/medal.html … Continue reading

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Living Afloat On Man-Made Islands

Lake Titicaca in Peru is a lagoon made up of approximately 70 man-made islands. The central island serves as a hub, home to over 500 residents. Living afloat isn’t for everyone, but the Uros, a small South American tribe, have … Continue reading

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Squibbers Way opening plan confirmed — Somerset County Council Newsroom

A sparkling event is being planned to celebrate the opening of Bridgwater’s new Squibbers Way in early December. Squibbers Way is the new £18.4m road linking Marsh Lane to Parrett Way and was named by the people of Bridgwater following … Continue reading

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Cracking the Code of Cicada 3301| EPISODE 1

Great Big Story Published on 14 Aug 2019 In 2012, a secretive group calling itself 3301 began recruiting for “highly intelligent individuals” online. Candidates had to prove their skills in codebreaking, cryptography and computer programming by solving a complex puzzle … Continue reading

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Singapore Abolishes Exams Because “Learning Is Not a Competition”  – My Modern Met

“Learning is not a competition, but a self-discipline they need to master for life.” Lately, governments around the world have been taking extra steps to ensure the well-being of younger generations. In Oregon, students are encouraged to take mental health … Continue reading

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This Chef Keeps the Flavors of Ancient Mexico Alive

Mexico’s Zapotecs are an indigenous community living in Oaxaca, Mexico. Before Spanish colonization, Zapotecan civilization was a thriving epicenter of food, culture and tradition. Today, chef Abigail Mendoza is on a mission to keep those traditions alive by cooking the … Continue reading

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