Month: November 2016

Recently, there has been a growing focus on the importance of reliable, accurate gender data on the situation of women and girls. There are many reasons why data is important: we need accurate data so that we can prioritize. We need accurate data to know where we are starting from, so that we know if […] Read more

“ It’s not about black or white, yellow or brown, being rich or poor, smart or dumb. What matters is that we work together and lift up one another to get the job done. “ If you understand what I’m saying then pass the word on! The disconnect  is that we are not quite grasping Read more

The Bill of Rights The Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution by the framers in the form of amendments. The chief purpose of the amendments was to provide greater constitutional protection for individual liberties,to protect the rights of individuals from the government’s interference.  It has been said at some point in time during their  early Read more

Racism has always existed its seems now it has been given a platform to show its ugly head!

It was never acceptable nor tolerable in the past, present nor the future. If you are plagued by this disease please seek out some professional counseling to address your issues. It could be a matter of life and death. You can do better we are counting on it!! Read more

How can the US recover after the negative, partisan presidential election of 2016? Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt studies the morals that form the basis of our political choices. In conversation with TED Curator Chris Anderson, he describes the patterns of thinking and historical causes that have led to such sharp divisions in America — and provides a vision for how the country might move forward.

Jonathan Haidt
Social psychologist
Jonathan Haidt studies how — and why — we evolved to be moral and political creatures. Full bio

Can a divided America heal?

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