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Sanctions

Sanctions are a punishment or penalty that is imposed by a government or other authority on a country, company, or individual. They are typically used...

The slum gurus of Nairobi

Can Agribusiness Make a Difference? Busy. That’s the first word that comes to your mind as you wind your way through Eastleigh. It is the...

group of people at the boarder wall with a monarch butterfly sign (symbol of migrant support)

Fallout from the Border War

While President Trump has been trying hard to scare the U.S. population into believing that we are about to be invaded by asylum seekers, in...

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Arts & Culture

On Quality

Whenever the topic of quality comes up, I think of Robert Pirsig’s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, a book from 1974 that explores...

The Transformative Power of Film

During my latest shut-in episode trying to avoid the smoke from wildfires, I of course found some interesting media to peruse, including some research-oriented material...

Black Rock City Film Festival

For the second year in a row, Burning Man has been cancelled. This has not stopped Burners from spreading the 10 Principles of Burning Man,...

The Evolution of Social Networks from Text-Based Chat to Burning Man in VR

Having spent time recently on various virtual reality (VR) social networks, I am constantly reminded of the similarities between the virtual-reality worlds of today and...

Mississippi Burning: The Politics of Film

There are few films that will kick you in the shins, take your breath away, and scare the heck out of you all at the...

Paris Protests/Time Magazine Person of the Year/Queen

Mark Taylor-Canfield on Jeff Santos Journalist/musician Mark Taylor-Canfield discusses several topics during his regular weekly guest segment on the Jeff Santos Show, broadcasting nationally from...

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