How do we teach our children to be aware, to question, to be tolerant, to be resilient and righteous? How do we nurture their brilliance and bravery? A photoquote from poet Elizabeth Alexander, inspired by W.E.B. Du Bois
A young Pakistani girl shares a story of strength and peace that leaves us all in awe.
An imaginative video that brilliantly captures the essence and impact of David Foster Wallace's 2005 commencement speech at Kenyon College.
A community college professor responds to Seth Godin's story with his student's poetry.
Every week for the past five months, a group of Arab and Jewish women from neighboring towns near Haifa, Israel have come together to cook. Each week, they meet in a different woman’s home, discovering their commonalities and differences by sharing recipes, culinary traditions, and childhood memories.
A doctrinal framework that's fallen out of favor may be the best hope in giving Christian's faith a structure and a language they can articulate.
In this lecture for Westmont College’s series titled “Beyond Two Cultures: The Sciences as Liberal Arts,” string theorist Jim Gates offers his thoughts on the complementary natures of science and the liberal arts — and how the human mind formulates “systems of belief” in both disciplines.
Honor your favorite teacher and share a story about her or him.
At Neri Bloomfield "talking about coexistence is far less important than living it."
The filmmaker David Lynch has been a vocal advocate of transcendental meditation for some time now. But I’m quite intrigued with the work that his foundation is doing with returning veterans.
Simply a wonderful, four-minute film about the value of handwork and experiencing the world.
A listener grapples with our show and Sitting Bull's legacy.
Krista is given a new appreciation for "the sidelines of my education."
An innovator in social investing talks about three educators who influenced her most.