Militant atheism | Richard Dawkins

Militant atheism | Richard Dawkins

That splendid music, the coming-in music, “The Elephant March” from “Aida,” is the music I’ve chosen for my funeral. (Laughter) And you can see why. It’s triumphal. I won’t feel anything, but if I could, I would feel triumphal at having lived at all, and at having lived on this splendid planet, and having been […]

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Roots and Rhythms Teaches Culture Through Art and Music

Roots and Rhythms Teaches Culture Through Art and Music

Welcome back to KLRU studios, I’m Josue Gonzalez and I’m Alexis Guthan. Sevylla Del Mazo founded Roots and Rhythms in 2008. She wanted to create a way for young latino children to embrace their own culture through art and music. Today the group of bilingual students uses recycled buckets as drums to create music, collaborate, […]

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How to Eat Sushi: You’ve Been Doing it Wrong

How to Eat Sushi: You’ve Been Doing it Wrong

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How to spot a liar | Pamela Meyer

How to spot a liar | Pamela Meyer

Okay, now I don’t want to alarm anybody in this room, but it’s just come to my attention that the person to your right is a liar. (Laughter) Also, the person to your left is a liar. Also the person sitting in your very seats is a liar. We’re all liars. What I’m going to […]

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Seattle high school paints tribute to Black Panthers

Seattle high school paints tribute to Black Panthers

(bright, upbeat music) – There we go (bright upbeat music) (students talking) – What’s gonna happen is we’re gonna start on this end, and move this way. – I’m gonna cry – Are you gonna cry? – Yeah, it’s the panel I painted! – If we could all “Power to the People!” – [Students] Power […]

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How to Book a Sightseeing Tour in Mexico | Innovative Spanish

How to Book a Sightseeing Tour in Mexico | Innovative Spanish

imagine you’re in Mexico I would like to book a sightseeing tour how do you do it where should you go hola soy Alex Alex here anyone can learn how to book a sightseeing tour in Mexico in this lesson you’ll learn how Mike and Karin are a travel agency they want to book a […]

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Simon Sinek: Actually, the Customer Is Not Always Right

Simon Sinek: Actually, the Customer Is Not Always Right

I think it’s funny when we are given advice to always put the customer first. That means employees come second inherently if you’re going to put customer first. Customers come and go. Obviously we want to work to keep them loyal but its employees who spend more time at work than they do with their […]

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5 ways to listen better | Julian Treasure

5 ways to listen better | Julian Treasure

We are losing our listening. We spend roughly 60 percent of our communication time listening, but we’re not very good at it. We retain just 25 percent of what we hear. Now — not you, not this talk, but that is generally true. (Laughter) Let’s define listening as making meaning from sound. It’s a mental […]

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