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Weekly Rites #5 Natalie Tikhomirova

By: ntikhomi

I was planning on doing a more flow/dance style video soon. I had dance practice from 6-8pm and when I got home I felt like I just needed to move a little bit more. I don't look too happy aha. It was a rough day that wasn't over yet. I've never wa...

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HDFS 161 Episode 10 Developing White Identity

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton applies develecology to his own experience growing up in America, to illuminate the development and nature of white identity, and then to suggest approaches to understanding and reducing racism.

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HDFS 161 Episode 6 The Law

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton describes the work of Clare Huntington in her book Failure to Flourish, and elaborates on the relationship of dispute resolution and structural family law to family and community well-being.

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HDFS 161 Episode 7 Diversities & Ecosystems

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton applies develecology to understand the effects of poverty, racism, and residential segregation on children and their development.

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Weekly Rites #7 Natalie Tikhomirova

By: ntikhomi

I've been really struggling to get these weekly rites done so I decided to pick something specific and limiting for this one. I chose space because I like the visual of the tapestry behind me and I wanted to work on smaller parts of the body. I've...

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Keeping a Focus on Equity & Access webinar (audio only)

By: clherric

While farmers are shifting methods of sales and distribution, many are also continuing and developing practices that address community food access, broader food system justice goals, and other ways of addressing equity right at the farm level. Pl...

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Murray, Jex, Grossman, Crispino, Fiorillo

By: kmurray2

BSAD 015 Section B Social Media Project Murray, Jex, Grossman, Crispino, Fiorillo

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Maine TREE (Timber Research & Environmental Education)

By: vmc

Maine TREE (Timber Research & Environmental Education) educates and advocates for the sustainable use of the forest and the ecological, economic, and social health of Maine's forest communities. Since 1989, Maine TREE has upheld this mission and s...

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University of Vermont Biology Thanksgiving: Gratitude in Science

By: tsoleary

Thanksgiving is traditionally a time to take a step back from the day-to-day grind and take a mental inventory of the things for which we are grateful: our family, friends, colleagues, homes, & health. This is especially important in a brutal year...