A moda como vetor cultural | Ronaldo Fraga | TEDxLaçador

A moda como vetor cultural | Ronaldo Fraga | TEDxLaçador

Translator: Angelo de Oliveira Reviewer: Theresa Ranft Folks, thanks for the invitation, for this incredible day, with exceptional encounters from amazing different worlds which, exactly because of being different, signalize possible worlds. This reminds me of a quote by the German choreographer Pina Bausch, whom I love. She used to say she was not interested […]

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Xi Jinping | Wikipedia audio article

Xi Jinping | Wikipedia audio article

Xi Jinping (; Chinese: 习近平; Mandarin: [ɕǐ tɕîn.pʰǐŋ]; born 15 June 1953) is a Chinese politician serving as general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC), president of the People’s Republic of China, and chairman of the Central Military Commission. Often described as China’s “paramount leader”, in 2016 the CPC officially gave him the […]

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10 Common Slavery Myths

10 Common Slavery Myths

Hey, Cypher here. There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding the institution of slavery, especially here in the United states. These myths often serve pernicious political purposes that can be highly detrimental to a proper conception of history, so here are ten of those myths debunked in no particular order. Since they aren’t in a […]

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The Note Episode 2 | Eddie Palmieri: A Revolution On Harlem River Drive

The Note Episode 2 | Eddie Palmieri: A Revolution On Harlem River Drive

from a hundred 2015 to a bridge Cody the difficult of living from diamonds to Maude Motown had a type of funk Stax had their driver funk now here comes Eddie and he flops a big plate of Gucci frito and chitlins you know rice and beans and collard greens you take and says all […]

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Surviving Mao’s China (w/ Weijian Shan) | Interview | Real Vision™

Surviving Mao’s China (w/ Weijian Shan) | Interview | Real Vision™

Weijian, thank you so much for joining us on Real Vision. Pleasure. So in studying your life, growing up in the shadow of Mao’s China, to doing hard labor in the Gobi Desert, to making your way to the US, earning your masters, your MBA, your PhD, to becoming a managing director at JPMorgan, to […]

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The Late Capitalism of K-Pop

The Late Capitalism of K-Pop

it has always struck me how kpop seems to be like an accelerated version of Western pop it is brighter more dynamic and more calculated it styles and genres constantly shift and the song sections rapidly change from the high-cost music video sets the tightly coordinated choreography it seemed like the end result of work […]

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November 2018 Cultural Conversation: Dr. Luke Lampton

November 2018 Cultural Conversation: Dr. Luke Lampton

(soft music) – Welcome to Cultural Conversations with Mississippi State University Libraries. I’m your host, Fred Smith. My guest today is Dr. Lucius Luke Lampton. Dr. Lampton is the editor of the Journal of the Mississippi State Medical Association. He’s the past chairman of the board of the Board of Health. For the journal, he’s […]

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Amber Says What: Confederate TV Show, Maxine Waters Reclaims Time

Amber Says What: Confederate TV Show, Maxine Waters Reclaims Time

-We don’t always have time enough to cover all of the recent news, so here with a recap is one of our writers, Amber Ruffin, in a segment we call “Amber Says What.” ♪♪♪♪ -Whoo! You guys, things have been crazy! First of all, no one works in the White House anymore. Sean Spicer was […]

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Documentary Film “Kazantzakis & Zorbas – Stoupa 1965”

Documentary Film “Kazantzakis & Zorbas – Stoupa 1965”

We warmly thank all the old associates of Zorba, all the People of Mani who lived close to the great Cretan writer Nikos Kazantzakis at the Prastova mine. All those who gave us information about their lives in Stoupa in 1916-1917 and with their presence gave life in this documentary. Nikos Kazantzakis and Zorbas (1965) […]

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