Social Issues

Sharón Lynn Wyeth – Your Name Impacts Your Life

January 13, 2014

Sharón Lynn Wyeth is the author of Know the Name; Know the Person, the first book to use Neimology Science to gain insight into how a person thinks, feels, and behaves by interpreting their name.

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Daniel Hathaway – Trash Is Treasure

July 8, 2013

“If I take a cup and put it into a trash bag, it is immediately turned to garbage,” Daniel Hathaway says, lamenting the ease with which goods become trash. The “Recycling King” outlines a new paradigm for whole systems waste management, zero waste, and biodynamic agriculture.

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Sydney Ross Singer – Bras and Breast Cancer

June 24, 2013

Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer stunned the world in 1995 with their book Dressed To Kill, which explored the link between bras and breast cancer. Find out how your own attitudes and behaviors contribute to disease, and how simple lifestyle changes can lead you back to health.

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Shawna Dolansky – Reexamining The Hebrew Bible

September 28, 2011

Respected Biblical scholar Shawna Dolansky discusses the most controversial aspects of the Bible and her new book The Bible Now (with Richard Elliot Friedman).

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John Bird – The Big Issue

October 7, 2010

John Bird, the co-founder of The Big Issue and The Big Issue Foundation, shares a new paradigm for solving the problem of homelessness.

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Alex van Eesteren – Future Privacy & Search Engines

September 13, 2010

Ixquick/Startpage EU Media Representative Alex van Eesteren discusses Article 29, an EU initiative that threatens to end internet privacy in Europe.

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Dr. Katherine Albrecht – Search Engines and Your Privacy

February 9, 2010

Does your search engine violate your privacy? Privacy advocate and Spychips author Dr. Katherine Albrecht discusses Startpage and the Google data mining grid.

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Barbara Harper – Birth Practices

July 1, 2004

Water Birth International founder Barbara Harper discusses water birth and gentle birth practices.

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