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Get Some Perspective

I’ve often heard people say: “What’s the point in studying history?” This, to me, as someone who did study history at university (and who still studies it to a certain degree), is rather a stupid question, but then I would say that wouldn’t I? 2,773 more words

General Rambliings

‘I’m so glad to see you here’: Why inclusion must be more than a policy.

Last week’s #museumsrespondtoferguson discussion was on inclusion policies and their implementation in recruitment practice (you can read the Storify story here). At one point, one of the hosts of the chat, Adrianne Russell, shared, ‘I can’t count how many times black visitors told me “I’m so glad to see you here”’, which just floored me. 1,057 more words

Interpretation

Mega foundations trying to buy media for pro UN coverage

original article: Foundations plan to pay news media to cover radical UN agenda
May 23, 2015 by George Russell

The United Nations Foundation created by billionaire Ted Turner, along with a branch of media giant Thomson Reuters, is starting to train a squadron of journalists and subsidize media content in 33 countries—including the U.S. 1,282 more words

Left Wing

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? #imwayr 5/25/15

I’m going to jump back in time for this Monday’s read; see if there’s anything I missed the first time through.

Monster by Walter Dean Myers… 165 more words

Reading

Conflicted HRT "experts"

Updated list in HealthWatch

My list of “experts”, who repeatedly publish articles and give talks extolling the benefits of post-menopausal hormone replacement therapy (HRT) without mentioning their associations with the companies who manufacture and market such drugs, has just been published in HealthWatch newsletter 97. 98 more words

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