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Alice Goffman: How we’re priming some kids for college — and others for prison

U.S. focused, and the phenomenon is a more extreme one there – but nonetheless, many of the points Alice makes apply here too, increasingly. In the UK, we imprison around 150 of our citizens for each 100,000, the vast majority … Continue reading

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Paul Hawken speaking at the Garrison Institute’s 10th Anniversary Gala

As you may note from the tags, Paul’s short speech is wide-ranging. It’s also interesting and powerful. The sound is not great on some playbacks, but we found it was audible if you put the volume right up on You … Continue reading

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Mad Rad Crisis Intervention Team Training: psych survivors train sheriff deputies – Faith Rhyne Click on the title to go to the post on Beyond Meds. Thank you, Monica Cassani, for this powerful piece from Faith Rhyne. This is the … Continue reading

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