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STAT: The Readout Loud
TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
All together now!
In the no-audition choir, imperfection is forgiven in the search for a resonant truth.
Katherine Gergen Barnett
The power of stories in the coronavirus pandemic
In order to heal and rebuild, we must begin to build innovative forums so people can tell their stories.
The Dalai Lama and Daniel J. Levitin
The Dalai Lama: Suffering, compassion, and being a perpetual student
Each of us is a student and everyone else in the world is our teacher, and those who cause us the most difficulty can be our best teachers, toward whom we would be wise to feel gratitude.
IDEAS | SARAH STEWART JOHNSON
What compels us to explore Mars?
We are seeking places where secrets are held, hoping to defy our isolation in the universe.
How the coronavirus has shaped my view of the world — and my future in it
I believe it is my generation’s responsibility to tackle the problems the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light.
The power to touch the soul and bear witness
“Strong Island” — the story of a young Black man killed by a white man — is quiet, incisive, almost unspeakably moving, and an urgently important film to watch.
Netia A. McCray
The impossible burden of being Black in America
While this may be non-Black America’s first time realizing the burden they have placed on Black Americans, it's also the first time Black Americans have realized what life could be like not shouldering that burden.
Mary Ann D'Urso
Alone and booming
I had forgotten to get married, forgotten to have children, forgotten to make money. After caretaking two older parents, I am now alone in our house, which I own.
IDEAS | ABDUL ALI
A message for my father, from a stubborn son
It’s taken a long time to get to this point, but I can finally appreciate what he has given me.
Non-Black minorities are complicit in Black oppression
Standing behind Black Lives Matter has been met with hesitation from many non-Black minorities. How could these minorities fight racism against Black communities when they have themselves failed to confront their anti-Blackness?