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LGBT+ History by the Decades: Before Stonewall | Episode 5
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LGBT+ History by the Decades: Before Stonewall | Episode 5

during a lengthy battle over civil rights, the Civil Rights Act was passed by president lyndon b johnson in 1964. It is a milestone in a long road ahead the Vietnam War has broken out. Teens and young people see

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The Next Decade of Youth Development: Anthony Salcito
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The Next Decade of Youth Development: Anthony Salcito

(applause) This is an area that many of you in the room and around the world lament that we’re not moving fast enough to provide technology to students. I just came from India this morning. In India 1950, there was

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The Next Decade of Youth Development: Sarka Sengezener
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The Next Decade of Youth Development: Sarka Sengezener

(applause) This 10-year anniversary really allows us to I think take a pause and reflect a little bit on what we’ve done in last 10 years. And, when I was reflecting back, we went with a plan for the last

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LGBT+ History by the Decades: Stonewall | Episode 6
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LGBT+ History by the Decades: Stonewall | Episode 6

Greenwich Village saw a surge in population in the 1960s as rebellious writers, political students, and LGBT folk came to stay. With the rising queer population, the Mafia saw a window of opportunity. Stonewall Inn opened in 1966: selling watered-down

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Sheryl WuDunn: Our century’s greatest injustice
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Sheryl WuDunn: Our century’s greatest injustice

The global challenge that I want to talk to you about today rarely makes the front pages. It, however, is enormous in both scale and importance. Look, you all are very well traveled; this is TEDGlobal after all. But I

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The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go | Jill Sherer Murray | TEDxWilmingtonWomen
Bonding Over Their Coming Out Stories on a Blind Date | Tell My Story, Blind Date
2. “The Tree of Commonwealth”: The Social Order in the Sixteenth Century
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2. “The Tree of Commonwealth”: The Social Order in the Sixteenth Century

Prof: Okay. Well this week and next week I’m going to concentrate on setting the contexts, introducing you to the contours of an unfamiliar society, and today I’ll start with the social order, how people perceived their social world as

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ASIAN | How You See Me
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ASIAN | How You See Me

– There’s a really good King of the Hill episode where the neighbor’s, you know, from Laos. He’s Laotian. Hank Hill’s like, “So are you Chinese or are you Japanese?” Right? And then the guys like, “No, I’m from Laos,

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Historian Bacem Dziri on Western European youth against violent extremism
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Historian Bacem Dziri on Western European youth against violent extremism

We have in the last month and in the last years an increase of right-wing extremism in Germany and this is feeding also radical Islamist extremism and they’re feeding each other. They seem to be opposite sides but in reality

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