I’m Mexican. Does that change your assumptions about me? | Vanessa Vancour | TEDxUniversityofNevada

I’m Mexican. Does that change your assumptions about me? | Vanessa Vancour | TEDxUniversityofNevada

Translator: Maria Pericleous Reviewer: Denise RQ I have lost count of the number of times someone asked me, “How come you speak such good Spanish?” Spanish speakers as well as non-Spanish speakers because I know I am not what they imagine when they think of a Latin American. My favorite way to reveal I speak […]

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POP CULTURE: Mark Zuckerberg’s T-shirts

POP CULTURE: Mark Zuckerberg’s T-shirts

he looks like an ordinary guy he could be the taxi driver who took you to the airport a maths teacher or the manager of a gym in fact he’s one of the richest and most powerful people who has ever lived and he’s only just in his 30s he may be only still at […]

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POP CULTURE: Emma Watson

POP CULTURE: Emma Watson

“And now, let’s turn to a young woman who has chosen to lend her voice… …to this very important solidarity movement. She’s a leading British actor, an advocate for gender equality in her own right, she’s been involved with the promotion of girls’ education for several years. Ladies and gentlemen, please join me in welcoming […]

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6 – ÌNIN INtuitive INtelligence & Peace – Anna Bacchia in Luxembourg

6 – ÌNIN INtuitive INtelligence & Peace – Anna Bacchia in Luxembourg

Within the culture of complexity, where all of our interrelations are interconnected, and in the era of digitalization and artificial intelligence, my Research and Educational Programs recognize that there is a humongous quality of energy and of creative potentialities, and most of all a new vision which are still completely unexplored. Such potentialities are lit […]

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Daily Life and Popular Culture in the 1990s

Daily Life and Popular Culture in the 1990s

The 1990s were an interesting time in America. What new items were people enjoying during the decade? What did Americans do for entertainment? The American family looked increasingly different as the decade progressed. While there were many families that fit the traditional mold of a mother, father, and children, many less traditional types of families […]

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POP CULTURE: Better Celebrities

POP CULTURE: Better Celebrities

Serious people are used to thinking badly of celebrity culture. They hate how everyone wants to read about where the latest big name has been on holiday, or who they’re dating. They say it’s silly and a sad reflection of modern civilization. Such stern attitudes may sound sensible and noble, but they are in truth […]

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American High School Tour – American Culture – United States

American High School Tour – American Culture – United States

Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my video. Today I’m going to take you on a tour of an American high school. Of course, not every American high school will look like this one, but this is a typical high school. So, let’s go take a look. All right, so this is a, kind […]

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1 – Towards a new co-habiting the Earth – Anna Bacchia in San Francisco

1 – Towards a new co-habiting the Earth – Anna Bacchia in San Francisco

[Music] I’m working on the most advanced technology existing the human being facing the natural of all that exists scientists have written the whole experience of the world is radically different than what we have thought until now [Music] the ground of our current way to think reality as completely being shaken as if the […]

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Deaf ideology | Marika Kovacs-Houlihan | TEDxUWMilwaukee

Deaf ideology | Marika Kovacs-Houlihan | TEDxUWMilwaukee

Translator: Jenna Wahl Reviewer: Theresa Ranft (Offstage voice) ASL interpreter: The term “deaf” evokes a response. I’m on stage, I’m giving my talk in American Sign Language. That may not be what you expected. You may be wondering if I can hear, if I will speak. You may be trying to figure out where the […]

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POP CULTURE: What’s wrong with the media

POP CULTURE: What’s wrong with the media

We’re likely to have grown up thinking that the mainstream Media was our friend The common sense natural judge of everything that matters and is important and a reliable guide to existence But we might also be realizing that isn’t quite true Let’s take a moment to remind ourselves of some of the things that […]

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