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I mention - His Truth Marching On by Jon Meacham and Why I Write by George Orwell. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 and Stokely Carmichael speaking to the unresolved pain of the African American in 1966. How people fall off the pedestal for me. How John Lewis continued to believe in Gandhi's philosophies of non-violence to the end. Wholeness could change the world.

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This episode is about everything from roles, effects of social media, cancel culture, younger voting age, banning books. But most especially why there is a huge generation gap - the lack of compromise.

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We need to stop making so many assumptions about what others can see, hear, read and process. We need to stop press pause and match people where they are rather than shouting at them aggressively. But as I once wrote - it's always easier to judge than it is to understand.

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I wrote a piece called 'Scales Of Literacy' on drnaosieoreilly dot org

What is being literate? How have our expectations changed? Why does this matter? Why do I have such fear around the American Presidental Election? Why do I have a vision for a dance piece to change the world? How will you feeling what others feel change everything?

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How much of what you read and share actually asks you to feel pain? To feel others pain? To sift through your own experiences? To really challenge yourself to add humanness to humanity?

My open writing Essays in Awareness (drnaoiseoreilly dot org)

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Why do we not just make classes inclusive? How do we do this? Why is it really simple - why do 4 learning styles work and 10-minute slots?

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You could be speaking about Brexit, the last general election in Ireland or the totally right-wing one in Poland or the games playing out in New Zealand despite the outside world view. But let's talk about America.

You need to vote for actions, not words and how to navigate this..

“If not us, then who?
If not now, then when?”
― John Lewis

Comment from Lorraine Hansberry on meeting the freedom riders leaders - Taken from To Be Young Gifted And Black.

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Why we need to believe in something bigger than ourselves to be successful - successful being secureness. Why we can't keep comparing health and education.

Essay in Awareness at (drnaoiseoreilly dot org) The Mirco-macro Balance

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Why your motivations leave an energetic footprint. My own reflections on the mistakes I made when I moved on with my projects 7 years ago.

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I don't want to continue to read limited mindset articles on what is not possible this year... So many global projects are taking place online. Dr Jane Goodall's Back To Kind, Ailey Arts In Education & Community Programs, The virtual March on Washington, Centenary of women's right to vote - there is so much happening now. Suddenly if you have a computer and an internet connection in school so much is possible. It's the biggest equality we have had for some time.

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