The Story of Fascism: Hard Lessons of the 20th Century

From Rick Steves comes a thought-provoking documentary that revisits the rise of fascism in Europe, reminding us of how charismatic figures like Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler came to power by promising to create a better future for their frustrated, economically-depressed countries–a future that recaptured the glory of some mythologized past. Once in power, these […]

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Amazing Educational Resources

About Amazing Educational Resources Amazing Educational Resources is a nonprofit program that was initially created to facilitate free sharing of resources among teachers. The platform has since grown to an all-inclusive hub for educational materials. Amazing Educational Resources facilitates access to and sharing of free high -quality resources among teachers, parents and students. Motivated by […]

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The Technology of Wellness, Part 1: What I Don’t Know

As published by Audrey Watters – In April 2017, I was invited to speak on a panel that was part of the inauguration events for University of Mary Washington’s new president. It was just a few months after the US inaugurated a new President too, and more folks were beginning to recognize that we were […]

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Charles Eisenstein: Reinventing Progress

How to Move Beyond Technocracy March 18, 2022 By Charles Eisenstein – In turbulent times, society becomes vulnerable to false meaning-makers who would rescue us from our bewilderment. They offer to collapse complication and chaos into simple explanations for what is happening. They tell you what is real and what is not, who is good […]

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Stats Gist List: An Irreverent Statistician’s A-Z Guide to Jargon

Plain-language band-aids to fix gaps in your statistics knowledge Cassie Kozyrkov Feb 14 Originally published in Towards Data Science – Got some gaps in your statistics knowledge? Or perhaps you’re here for tips on how to communicate data science concepts to beginners? Let me do my best to point you towards some to-the-point explanations! Note: […]

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Canadian Covid Care Alliance: Dispelling the Myth of “A Pandemic of the Unvaccinated”

March 7, 2022 From NYCBC The Canadian Covid Care Alliance has established a comprehensive go-to site that is designed to empower Canadians with independent, science-based evidence pertaining to Covid treatment protocols and vaccination-related injuries. They have a wealth of resources to share, including scientific articles, indexed research documents, and educational videos, like this one: [END]

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Open Source Education & Entertainment

OPEN CULTURE scours the web for the best educational media. Visit this site and you’ll find free courses, audio books, language lessons, educational videos, and more. Definitely ranks as *BEST of the WEB*   So head over there for a visit and knock yourselves out. Here’s some of their menus to tempt you:       […]

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Revolt Library : Revolutionary Materials from the Past

Welcome to RevoltLib! Here you will find an archive of materials from the past that once helped people to abolish the state, fight capitalism, end sexism, demolish imperialism, and eliminate all forms of social domination. Information is power — arm yourself! This archive currently contains 8,520 texts Below we offer but three examples, as cited […]

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