Addiction is a disease. We should treat it like one | Michael Botticelli

Twenty-eight years ago, I was a broken man. And you probably wouldn’t be able to tell that if you met…

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Political common ground in a polarized United States | Gretchen Carlson, David Brooks

Chris Anderson: Welcome to this next edition of TED Dialogues. We’re trying to do some bridging here today. You know,…

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The trauma of systematic racism is killing Black women. A first step toward change…

Vanessa Garrison: I am Vanessa, daughter of Annette, daughter of Olympia, daughter of Melvina, daughter of Katie, born 1878, Parish…

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THE SAGAN SERIES – A Reassuring Fable

Consider again that pale blue dot we’ve been talking about Imagine that you take a good long look at it.…

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Why we need to imagine different futures | Anab Jain

I visit the future for a living. Not just one future, but many possible futures, bringing back evidences from those…

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What young women believe about their own sexual pleasure | Peggy Orenstein

For several years now, we’ve been engaged in a national debate about sexual assault on campus. No question — it’s…

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