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CityWise: Healthi Kids Coalition of Common Ground Health

CityWise: Healthi Kids Coalition of Common Ground Health

Welcome to CityWise. I’m your host, Tiana Stephens. CityWise is produced by the City of Rochester to shine a spotlight on city-living, at its best. A grassroots movement is blazing a path for healthier, more active children in Rochester and Monroe County through a number of engaging initiatives, and its mission, is in its name.

Erick Brown – Sociology, SGA President 2011-12

Erick Brown – Sociology, SGA President 2011-12

The most important thing that I’ve learned in college is that it’s ok to be who you are, but it’s also ok to change who you are to who you think you should and can be. I feel like a lot of people have invested a lot into my leadership skills and to my personal

What is a human right?

What is a human right?

What is it? What is a Human Right? From the start of our lives, because we are human beings, there are certain things our governments must do to help us reach our potential. These expectations and claims we have of our governments are called human rights. Every single man, woman, and child has them. How

Rape Culture | Reagan Williams | TEDxArkansasStateUniversity

Rape Culture | Reagan Williams | TEDxArkansasStateUniversity

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Peter van de Ven On January 8th of 2012, a fourteen-year-old girl asked a friend to come over for a slumber party. The two have been friends since early childhood, even though they were separated by a grade in school, and they started out the evening drinking and watching a scary

How Close Are We to Farming Human Body Parts?

How Close Are We to Farming Human Body Parts?

[TRACE] Right now, scientists are attempting to grow ears, kidneys, blood vessels, livers, even hearts. In fact, at the moment there are some people walking around with lab-grown bladders. But this is rare. In the U.S., over 80 percent of transplanted organs come from the deceased. The rest are donated by the living — except