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In the search for the moral and ethical we look to the stories written by extraordinary writers and at the top of our list is our beloved winner of the Nobel for Literature, Toni Morrison. 

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Nisga’a Writer and Poet Jordan Abel Wins the Griffin Poetry Prize for his Poem “Injun”

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The Value Of Music in Education: by Garn Press Author Steve Nelson

The Value Of Music in Education: by Garn Press Author Steve Nelson Steve Nelson, Head of Calhoun School 1998-2017 in NYC, one of America’s most notable progressive schools, and Author of First Do No Harm: Progressive Education in a Time of Existential Risk (Garn...

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VIDEO: Democracy Now – Yale Historian Timothy Snyder on How the U.S. Can Avoid Sliding into Authoritarianism

VIDEO: Democracy Now - Yale Historian Timothy Snyder on How the U.S. Can Avoid Sliding into Authoritarianism Part 1 & 2 Published on Democracy Now! | 2017 | Full Transcript | On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century | Photo Credit: Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung...

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VIDEO: With Unrelenting Logic Noam Chomsky Shatters the Myths that we are Politically Enculturated into Believing

VIDEO: With Unrelenting Logic Noam Chomsky Shatters the Myths that we are Politically Enculturated into Believing Noam Chomsky, who is now 88 years old, began reading political pamphlets in bookshops on the Lower East Side of Manhattan when he was 14 years of age. He...

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VIDEO PLAYLIST: History Channel Sound Smart Series: Historian and Author Yohuru Williams

VIDEO PLAYLIST: History Channel Sound Smart Series: Historian and Author Yohuru Williams Yohuru R. Williams is Professor of History and Author of Black Politics/White Power: Civil Rights Black Power and Black Panthers in New Haven. In this video series historian...

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Greenland Ice Researcher Jason Box’s Speech at the People’s Climate March – April 29, 2017

Greenland Ice Researcher Jason Box's Speech at the People’s Climate March – April 29, 2017 Dr. Jason E. Box (@climate_ice) is a Greenland ice climatologist with more than 20 lead and more than 70 co-authored journal articles. Follow Jason Box on Twitter @climate_ice....

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Peoples Climate March – April 29, 2017 in Washington, D.C. and Sister Marches in Satellite Cities

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March for Science – Earth Day April 22, 2017 – 517 Satellite Marches World Wide

March for Science - Earth Day April 22, 2017 -  517 Satellite Marches World Wide Connect with the March on the web at marchforscience.com, and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Download the official March for Science app today and find your march today! "The March...

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RADIO AND VIDEO: James Hansen: “What Makes A Scientist Take A Stand?”

RADIO AND VIDEO: James Hansen: "What Makes A Scientist Take A Stand?" April 7, 20178:59 AM ET | Heard on TED Radio Hour At Garn Press we are energized for social action. We support peaceful social movements that connect people and the planet. We support scientists and...

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Peoples Climate March – April 29, 2017 in Washington, D.C. and Sister Marches in Satellite Cities

Peoples Climate March – April 29, 2017 in Washington, D.C. and Sister Marches in Satellite Cities Join the Peoples Climate Movement this April 29th in Washington, D.C. and sister marches across the country to stand up for our communities and climate. Connect with the...

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