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Truth and Reconciliation

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Nov 03, 2022
Truth and Reconciliation

Truth and Reconciliation

Lis Cox, videographer and activist, is on a one woman mission to try to ensure that there is a future for young people. Drawing on successes of protests in the 1960’s and 1970’s, this video inspires young people and people of all ages to unite in protest against climate problems, police brutality and racism. She quotes from the Civil Rights Movement in the United States, saying, "You’re either on the bus, or you’re not." Her hope is that young people are the ones driving the bus.
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Merlin Sheldrake: Entangled Life

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November 3, 2022

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Merlin Sheldrake: Entangled Life

All life-forms are in fact processes not things.

– Merlin Sheldrake –

Merlin Sheldrake: Entangled Life

“Merlin Sheldrakes book Entangled Life [1] has rather taken the world by storm since it was published in 2020, appearing on the best-seller lists in both the UK and USA. Subtitled How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds and Shape Our Futures, it constitutes a comprehensive overview of our current scientific understanding of fungi, from the extraordinary hidden networks of the wood wide web to their potential to solve our problems of waste disposal. Merlin describes himself as a biologist (he has a PhD from Cambridge University), a musician and keen fermenter. He spoke to Carolyn Markson and John Brown about why this hitherto invisible world of interconnected life is revealing itself to us fascinating world of fungi and its myriad implications. { read more }

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