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- -: Tim Ferriss, "The Four-Hour Chef": Authors at Google

December 7, 2012 (over 4 years ago)

Tim Ferriss stops by the Googleplex to talk about his latest book and his philosophy on learning. What if you could become world-class in anything in 6 months or less? The 4-Hour Chef isn't just a cookbook. It's a choose-your-own-adventure guide to the world of rapid learning. #1 New York Tim...

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- -: TEDxKRP - Gerard Rego - Aggregating small farmers to create sustainable communities globally

April 28, 2011 (about 6 years ago)

"It is not Mass Production, but Production by the Masses" ~ Mahatma Gandhi As an Indian company and social entrepreneurs, we founded VayuGrid as a for-profit to enable "Aggregating small farmers globally to create Sustainable Communities". Our Mission to is reach "Partner with 1 million small f...

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- -: TEDxFlanders - Jamie Anderson - Mahatma Gaga, The Art of Followership

September 26, 2011 (almost 6 years ago)

Jamie Anderson is Professor of Strategic Management at Antwerp Management School. Recently named as a "management guru" by the Financial Times, he has also been included on a list of the world's "top 25 management thinkers" by the journal Business Strategy Review. Jamie's research and teaching f...

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- -: Is Gay the New Black? - Michael Eric Dyson

June 5, 2009 (about 8 years ago)

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/05/27/Michael_Eric_Dyson_Can_You_Hear_Me_Now Author Michael Eric Dyson dissects the relation between the gay rights movement and the civil rights movement. "Many African-American people forget that the civil rights movement itself was borrowed," says Dyson....

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Nelson Mandela: Message from Mr N R Mandela for the Global Convention on Peace and Nonviolence in New Delhi

January 31, 2004 (over 13 years ago)

In this message, Nelson Mandela talks about a world in conflict. He congratulates the Global Convention on Peace and Nonviolence as a timely initiative in helping make this the century of compassion, peace, and non-violence.

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Nelson Mandela: Video message by Nelson Mandela to the Satyagraha Centenary Conference, 29-30 January, New Delhi

January 29, 2007 (over 10 years ago)

In this address by Nelson Mandela, he talks about the joint celebration of the centenary of Satyagraha. He also talks about Gandhi and how he has influenced South Africa. He ends with the hope that this conference will be successful in addressing the world's problems today.

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Nelson Mandela: Nelson Mandela's address to rally in Durban

February 25, 1990 (over 27 years ago)

In this address, Nelson Mandela calls for unity as one people. He delivers the message that they must end the war raging between Black south Africans if they are to win their freedom from Apartheid. He reminds various peoples of their fight against oppression and the importance of committing to p...

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Mahatma Gandhi: Speech On The Eve of The Last Fast

January 12, 1948 (over 69 years ago)

Before Mahatma Gandhi's final fast, he shares a speech to his countrymen to leave him be and not be worried for his health for fasting is his way of self-purification and prayer for the deliverance of India.

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Mahatma Gandhi: Speech Before Inter-Asian Relations Conference

April 2, 1947 (over 70 years ago)

In order to understand something deeply is to experience it. Mahatma Gandhi invites the people to try to understand India better not by how the west sees it but by how the eastern nations view their neighbor country through the eyes of sympathy and an open heart.

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Michael Jackson: Heal The Kids

March 4, 2001 (over 16 years ago)

Michael Jackson speaks at Oxford about the importance of love in the lives of the young generation to hone them into whole, confident and successful human beings who will shape the world's future.

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Source: Michael Jackson

Barack Obama: Obama Commemorates 1965 Civil Rights March

March 4, 2007 (over 10 years ago)

Barack Obama goes back to Selma, the heart of the Civil Rights Movement, to remember his roots and to commemorate the 1965 Civil Rights March.

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Source: The Blue State

Larry Brilliant: The Case For Optimism

January 1, 2007 (over 10 years ago)

Larry Brilliant gives reasons to become optimistic despite the global issues our race is facing and the next generation will be handling for us.

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Source: TED

Sunitha Krishnan: Fighting Sex Slavery

November 1, 2009 (over 7 years ago)

In this powerful talk, Social activist Sunitha Krishnan tells us about modern-day slavery. She recounts stories of children who were victims of the sex trade and provides a history of her own ordeal. She asks from us, more than support, an acceptance of these people victimized by human trafficking.

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Source: TED

Al Gore: New Thinking on the Climate Crisis

March 1, 2008 (over 9 years ago)

Al Gore talks about how climate crisis dramatically increases as years pass by and the things that governemnts should be doing to compensate for the damage it has been doing to the earth's environment.

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Source: TED

R.A. Mashelkar: Breakthrough Designs for Ultra-Low-Cost Products

November 1, 2009 (over 7 years ago)

R.A. Mashelkar talks about creating low-cost products for developing countries not only to help these countries but also to stretch the innovative minds of scientists and business-makers.

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Source: TED

Martin Luther King Jr.: Loving Your Enemies

November 17, 1957 (over 59 years ago)

Martin Luther King preaches about one of the hardest commandments Jesus ever said: love your enemies. He makes everyone aware of the good and the bad side in everything. He suggests that the best way to start living the commandment is by realizing the bad but acknowledging the good in all there is.

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Source: The King Center

Jane Goodall: What Separates Us From the Apes

March 1, 2002 (over 15 years ago)

Jane Goodall speaks of the human's superiority above animals but also of the humility that must come with it through protecting the environment and the other species that share our diverse habitat.

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Source: TED

Ben Dunlap: Ben Dunlap Talks About a Passionate Life

March 1, 2007 (over 10 years ago)

Ben Dumlap vividly narrates the lives of his mentors and idols that fully embody how one should be passionate about life and learning.

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Source: TED

Martin Luther King Jr.: The Birth of a New Nation

April 7, 1957 (over 60 years ago)

Martin Luther King uses the Exodus and the story behind Ghana's liberation from Britain to show the steps in attaining freedom.

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Source: The King Center

Kamal Meattle: How to Grow Fresh Air

February 1, 2009 (over 8 years ago)

Kamal Meattle talks about his person experience living and breathing Delhi's air, and the results of studies into the best plants for repairing and creating clean air.

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Source: TED

Martin Luther King Jr.: The American Dream

July 4, 1965 (about 52 years ago)

Martin Luther Kings speaks of the American Dream to be a land of peace and equality for all Americans no matter the color, race, or religion. (Note: Audio may be from a different version of the speech than the transcript below in this case).

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Source: The King Center

Martin Luther King Jr.: Unfulfilled Dreams

March 3, 1968 (over 49 years ago)

Martin Luther King speaks of the mishaps and disappontments in life and the healing redemption of God that fixes all unfulfilled dreams.

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Source: The King Center

Mahatma Gandhi: It Is Time You Left

December 8, 1982 (over 34 years ago)

Mahatma Gandhi, played by Ben Kingsley in the film "Gandhi" speaks to members of the British government encouraging them to leave the country and pave the way for India's Independence.

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Source: MovieClips

Louise Fresco: Feeding the Whole World

February 1, 2009 (over 8 years ago)

Louise Fresco talks about how the thousands of years of bread-making evolved and changed the value of one of the staple foods we humans have today.

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Source: TED

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