Janice Peterson

Janice Peterson

I’ve been asked a few times throughout my career, in different organisations, by more than one person, “What ARE you?!” I think being naturally curious about someone’s ethnicity is a really wonderful thing, it’s a beautiful thing. I know it comes from a good place, but I’d advice if you ARE curious about someone’s background […]

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Creativity and American Culture ADV316

Creativity and American Culture ADV316

So I’m going to talk about critical political-economic theory and that entails media economics and technology concentrate ownership and that Results in commodification of content and audiences and public interest is subordinated to private interest Now media can be interpreted in many different ways. It could be interpreted as a newspaper Um Music of any […]

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Kathy Fuller-Seeley on 1970s Sexual Revolution

Kathy Fuller-Seeley on 1970s Sexual Revolution

A fascinating change right about 1970, actually stemmed first from the advertisers and they said we want to change who we’re marketing to. Old people are already set in their ways Who we want to catch other young people ages 13 to 18 to their 20s and early 30s. They’re making up their ide- their […]

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Maximizing Social Work’s Policy Impact in a Changing Political Landscape Summit – Part 1

Maximizing Social Work’s Policy Impact in a Changing Political Landscape Summit – Part 1

Good morning everyone! Welcome to day two of maximizing Social work’s policy impact in a changing political landscape we really got off to a great start last night with people introducing themselves everybody from Dean’s and directors of Social Work education programs to faculty to field instructors to students to practitioners doing policy work in […]

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Veterans Powwow teaches Native American students about their cultural heritage

Veterans Powwow teaches Native American students about their cultural heritage

We’re having the 11th annual Veterans Powwow, sponsored by Eastside Native American Education Program. It’s a celebration of song and dance with Native American culture, singing and dancing to honor our veterans. For the past 11 years we’ve invited veterans from our community to come and join us. The students make them gifts, they share […]

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A Conversation with Dr. Jenifer McGuire

A Conversation with Dr. Jenifer McGuire

Dr. Jennifer McGuire I am a professor and family social science and an Extension Specialist at the University of Minnesota. I’m so excited this year for the Military Families Learning Network annual conference – Cultural Competency, Awareness, Action and Advocacy. [Narrator] We are excited to have Dr. McGuire presenting a session on Sexual Orientation and […]

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UNESCO envoy highlights importance of partnerships in conflict resolution

UNESCO envoy highlights importance of partnerships in conflict resolution

Partnerships – because this is all about bring people together. It is about partnerships, coming together to be able to solve the problems. And once people see that it is happening – then even with their enemies – they can start to see the process. I think it was Mandela who said something about making […]

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APS summer program helps Native American students learn about their culture

APS summer program helps Native American students learn about their culture

TAKING PART IN A HANDS-ON SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAM… AIMED AT GETTING KIDS INTERESTED IN THEIR CULTURE. STUDENTS WILL LEARN ABOUT EVERYTHING FROM POTTERY — TO STORYTELLING — AND FOR THE FIRST TIME – ROBOTICS. NEWS 13 SARA YINGLING SAT IN ON ONE OF THE CLASSES AND JOINS US NOW WITH MORE. FOR THE NEXT 2 […]

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Anton Enus

Anton Enus

I’ve been accused or suspected of being everything from Greek, to Portuguese, to Lebanese, to Brazilian, to…you name it. I would say the best advice I could give is, just ask. If you’re not sure about something, ask. It’s OK to talk about things that give us our ethnic diversity. But if you’re not sure […]

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Internship at Liden & Denz

Internship at Liden & Denz

Vsem privet! Hi everyone! Did you know that at Liden & Denz not only can you take lessons of Russian but also do something useful for your cv by making an internship. Our interns and Liza Chugunova answered some of the most frequently asked questions about internship! You need to go to our website. See […]

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