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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. 91 Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
Who was Francis of Assisi and why is he relevant to us today? What secrets do the mysteries of nature hold? (Series: Humankind)
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Compassionate Friends 178 Compassionate Friends
Aiming to "transform the pain of grief into the elixir of hope", a group called The Compassionate Friends, with more than 600 U.S. chapters, brings together parents who've suffered the loss of a child, to help them sort through complicated emotions among kindred spirits. (Series: Humankind)
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Aging Gracefully 103 Aging Gracefully
The human survival instinct prods us to outlast afflictions and, if circumstances permit, to reach old age. Nothing, of course, could be more quintessentially natural than aging. Physician Andrew Weil gives his views on healthy longevity in which older people come to accept the challenges and discover the rewards of aging, plus a look at Okinawa home to the highest percentage on earth of people who live to be 100. (Series: Humankind)
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Tucker Stilley 147 Tucker Stilley
When a gifted artist and media producer near Los Angeles is stricken with ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), a community of friends comes together to support him as he develops ingenius ways to continue creating his art work, even without use of his limbs. (Series: Humankind)
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Bolder Giving 179 Bolder Giving
Some people give no charity at all. But of Americans who do, the average family donation is 2-3% per year. This program examines how people arrive at the amount of their charitable contributions, where the money is contributed to, and what holds donors back from giving more, especially if they could afford to without hardship. (Series: Humankind)
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Worry Solution 160 Worry Solution
Bay Area physician and Univ. of California medical professor Martin Rossman, author of 'The Worry Solution', describes ways to distinguish between what we can change and what we must learn to accept. (Series: Humankind)
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Waking Up In Jail 110 Waking Up In Jail
Nearly half of criminals released from prison are arrested again within three years. Through that revolving door, they return to a correctional system that is often overcrowded and ridden with violence. Robin Casarjian, a counselor working in prisons, helps to transform houses of correction into houses of healing. She encourages inmates to identify with their highest self. (Series: Humankind)
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Alexander Keyssar: Voting rights and the Civil War (15 mins) 208,209 Alexander Keyssar: Voting rights and the Civil War (15 mins)
Harvard professor and historian Alexander Keyssar considers voting rights-- and voter suppression-- in pre- and post- Civil War America. (Series: Humankind)
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