In Human Terms, Ep. 10: “Environmentalism: Adventuring in Innovation pt. 2”

*This is pt. 2 of our two part episode, “Environmentalism: Adventuring in Innovation.” To get the full context of our conversation, I encourage you to listen to part one and then come back. One of the few things everyone can agree on is that we need the earth and we hope it stays around for…

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In Human Terms, Ep. 9: “Environmentalism: Adventuring to Innovation pt. 1”

One of the few things everyone can agree on is that we need the earth and we hope it stays around for awhile. Yet, while many people admit that we should probably drive less and not kill so many sea turtles with straws, Americans remain divided on when that should happen. There are those that…

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In Human Terms, Ep.7: “Black in America”

It’s February and that means that the United States of America is officially celebrating black history month. Yet, for a country that has an entire month dedicated to celebrating its black people, America’s relationship with its melanin enriched citizens remains complicated. So, what’s it like to be a black person in a country that on…

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In Human Terms, Ep. 3: “Our Friendly Neighborhood Muslim”

For many Americans the words “Muslim” or “Islam” have negative connotations. Unfortunately, because a radical few excused their acts of terror on 9-11 and within ISIS by saying it was done for Islam, a surprising number of Americans assume that all muslims feel the same way-that they hate America. Yet, muslims have been in America…

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