Arts & Culture

Remember a time when you felt ready? In all likelihood there were many unknowns, change was occurring. Yet despite the pressure, or unexpected setbacks, you were inclined to do something: to take action! What would it be worth to you as a leader to heighten your — and your organization’s ability to deal with change more effectively, more consistently and more rapidly?

John Baker talked with Kinshasha about how to win more often in our lives and how to prepare for the variables that accompany everything we are doing in our lives.

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The Tuning, from the Soundings Series, by Canadian Jeff Green. Entertainment is a full-immersion interactive experiential media called tuning. Sounds very familiar now, though it was made in the 80s.

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Regional Crisis – Regional Solutions
Host Petros Haile interviews Seyoum Tesfaye, President of the Eritrean Global Solidarity live from Atlanta and they discuss the recent Horn of Africa Peace Forum at the University of Minnesota.

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host Roxanne Anderson

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Our guests are journalists Neal Karlen and Paul Tough.

Neal Karlen is a long-time contributor to The New York Times and the author of several books, the most recent being The Story of Yiddish: How a Mish-Mosh of Languages Saved the Jews.

Paul Tough is an editor at The New York Times Magazine and the author of Whatever It Takes: Geoffrey Canada’s Quest to Change Harlem and America. He talks with Matthew Rucker about the creation of the Harlem Children’s Zone, an area in central Harlem where Geoffrey Canada has implemented a revolutionary approach to public education.

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