Innovative Community Policing | Matt Lennick | TEDxBillings

Innovative Community Policing | Matt Lennick | TEDxBillings

Translator: Fresa Jacobs Reviewer: Elisabeth Buffard “I wanna help people.” Now that more than likely is the answer you would hear to some version of the question: “Why do you want to be a police officer?” if you sat through any new hire interview, anywhere in this country. Now, I’m Matt Lennick, and I’m a […]

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How to Overcome Cultural Resistance to Agile in Government

How to Overcome Cultural Resistance to Agile in Government

Good morning and thank you all for joining us today. This is our first webinar for the Agile/Lean CoP and we are excited to present to you. I would like to thank digital go — especially Andrea. Allen for helping us get set up. The first of what we hope to be a series of […]

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The Handmaids Tale Part 1: Crash Course Literature #403

The Handmaids Tale Part 1: Crash Course Literature #403

Hi, I’m John Green. This is Crash Course Literature and last week we wrapped up our discussion of George Orwell’s 1984. Lately here at Crash Course, we’ve been a bit preoccupied with dystopias — which is to say, imagined futures where things have gone horribly wrong. You know, as opposed to the present. I’ve always […]

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Master of Arts and Cultural Management

Master of Arts and Cultural Management

The Master of Arts and Cultural Management prepares students for a career in the arts and cultural sector. I’m Dr Kate MacNeill and I’m the head of the Arts and Cultural Management program at the University of Melbourne. Students learn a range of areas of specialisation, and in doing so, they get a range of […]

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How the tech revolution has left communities behind

How the tech revolution has left communities behind

(light music) – So, the three pillars are really the pillars that hold up society. On the one hand, there’s the political pillar: the state, government. There is the economic pillar: markets. And then there is the societal or sociological pillar: communities, people, democracy. And together these pillars, essentially, make our society what it is. […]

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ORION: Cultural Index

ORION: Cultural Index

There are two types of content for Star Trek, alpha continuity and then beta. Alpha continuity is what has been set down by the numerous onscreen incarnations of the show and specific extra media, while Beta content covers a wide variety of other forms and usually adopts a more flexible approach to what is canon. […]

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1984 by George Orwell, Part 1: Crash Course Literature 401

1984 by George Orwell, Part 1: Crash Course Literature 401

Hi I’m John Green and welcome to season 4 of CrashCourse literature. Today, we’re transporting you to one of my favorite (slash least favorite) dystopias, George Orwell’s 1984. I feel like that eye is looking at me. The book starts like this: It was a bright cold day in April and the clocks were striking […]

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1944, January 11 – FDR – Fireside chat #28 – State of the Union – closed captioned

1944, January 11 – FDR – Fireside chat #28 – State of the Union – closed captioned

VO: Ladies and gentlemen, the President of the United States. FDR: Ladies and gentlemen, today I sent my annual message to the Congress, as required by the Constitution. It has been my custom to deliver these annual messages in person, and they have been broadcast to the nation. I intended to follow this same custom […]

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Americans Answer Basic Questions About Canada

Americans Answer Basic Questions About Canada

– Is Canadian a language? – I dated a girl from Montreal for a year and a half. I love Canada. – All right! I’ve been there twice. – [Voiceover] What is the capital of Canada? (laughing) – I only know, like, three cities in Canada, so I’m just going to say them. Montreal… what’s […]

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Inside the White House: The State of the Union Address

Inside the White House: The State of the Union Address

(music playing) Mr. Wasniewski: The State of the Union demonstrates, I think, at a really fundamental level that as much as the country changes, a lot of the processes that were set in place by the Constitution persist until this day. Ms. Brown: The formal process of actually delivering the State of the Union I […]

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