See Yemen Through My Eyes
´╗┐Nadia Al-Sakka

Nadia Al-Sakka, a non-traditional Yemenese woman and jouranlist, talks about her country and the changes that are occuring everyday to achieve freedom, democracya nd equality.

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´╗┐Nadia Al-Sakka: See Yemen Through My Eyes

July 1, 2011 (almost 9 years ago)

Nadia Al-Sakka, a non-traditional Yemenese woman and jouranlist, talks about her country and the changes that are occuring everyday to achieve freedom, democracya nd equality.

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Source: TED

Arianna Huffington: How to Succeed? Get More Sleep

December 1, 2010 (over 9 years ago)

Arianna Huffington's small idea of having enough sleep may just be the key to a more successful and healthy life.

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Christopher McDougall: Are We Born to Run?

July 1, 2010 (almost 10 years ago)

Christopher McDougall shares the mysteries of running starting from the Tarahumara tribe up until the modern day marathons. He presents the fact that humans are made to run and are designed to run long distances as part of our survival instincts.

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Thomas Goetz: It's Time to Redesign Medical Data

October 1, 2010 (over 9 years ago)

Thomas Goetz tries to redesign the modern heathcare system by providing ready information to patients that will encourage them to take action on their health needs without compromising their actual execution.

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Krista Tippett: Reconnecting with Compassion

November 1, 2010 (over 9 years ago)

Krista Tippett aims to resurrect compassion and give it a more tangible meaning through photographs that stir up this virtue in the hearts of the audience.

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Thomas Friedman: Listen to Your Heart

June 5, 2005 (almost 15 years ago)

Thomas L. Friedman shares with the Williams College class of 2005 a few simple life lessons he learned while treading the path of a journalist through the years.

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Wadah Khanfar: A Historic Moment in the Arab World

March 1, 2011 (over 9 years ago)

Wadah Khanfar explains how responsible journalism and the internet became one of the biggest factors for the Arab world to change history.

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David Brooks: The Social Animal

March 1, 2011 (over 9 years ago)

David Brooks explains the roots of the human's socal behavior and how importaint it is that we recognize that we are not rational but in fact, social.

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Roger Rosenblatt: Get a Job

April 23, 1998 (about 22 years ago)

Roger Rosenblatt presents the 1998 graduates of Brigham Young University a satirical list of jobs they can dare pursue after graduation.

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Kathryn Schulz: On Being Wrong

March 1, 2011 (over 9 years ago)

Kathryn Schulz tells how being wrong is being normal and being wrong is actually accepting that all humanity is in for greater surprise for all the rights that could arise from all the wrongs.

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