Tag Archives: america

Astronomical medicine | Michelle Borkin | TEDxBoston

Translator: TED Translators admin Reviewer: Camille Martínez I believe that we can both unravel the mysteries of the universe and save human lives at the same time through interdisciplinary research. And I’m going to share with you today just one story, my story, that has crossed these paths. We start the in supernova remnant Cassiopeia… Read More »

Youth Neglected on Election Day

after a strong showing two thousand eight young people didn’t show up in the same large numbers in two thousand spent you get out in california proposition nineteen a measure to legalize pot was on the ballot respondents thought would bring out young people they didn’t turn out at the polls is expected and because… Read More »

Eugene Ranks Cheap American Beer

And now, time for my theme song. Click to subscribe. You know, I don’t like when people do that in a video. I don’t want you to tell me what to do while I’m watching a video. Like, I’m already watching, you don’t tell me to click somewhere else, Jesus Christ. I’m a really terrible… Read More »

Are you biased? I am | Kristen Pressner | TEDxBasel

Translator: Ivana Krivokuća Reviewer: Denise RQ Let me just get this out there. I have a bias against women leaders. No one can be more surprised about this than me. I’m a woman leader. And on top, I even work in human resources, which means it’s my job to be unbiased. In fact, I passionately… Read More »

Every Child Matters: The Fight for Kids in America

deductions did it uses interested in renting something once again and of course we have worn every week that’s right so activists of the week segment and this week we are privileged owner michael good sees the president of every child matters as our activists the week michael congratulations thank you very much michael a… Read More »

Real Things White People Have Said to Me

– Now don’t get your panties all in a bunch. (horse neighing) What up everyone, it’s your girl Superwoman, and a lot of people ask me if I’ve ever suffered any extreme cases of racism and to be honest, no. I’m fortunate enough to say that I haven’t, but since moving to LA I have… Read More »