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Margaret Mead (December 16, 1901 – November 15, 1978) was an American cultural anthropologist, who was frequently a featured writer and speaker in the mass media throughout the 1960s and 1970s.

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36 min into Richerson's history of cultural evol, first mention of a woman -- Margaret Mead's Continuities in Cultural Evolution.
"Women want mediocre men, and men are working to be as mediocre as possible." ~ Margaret Mead
"Sanger "was a notable anthropologist," she claimed." She might have been thinking of Margaret Mead. :)…
An inspiring quote by Margaret Mead about via .
We won't have a society if we destroy the environment. ~ Margaret Mead. destroys rainforests.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committ…
I never tire of this latter-day Margaret Mead and her super hot takes on Scottish Samoa
Margaret Mead — 'One of the oldest human needs is having someone to wonder where you are when you don't come home at night.'
Never doubt that a small group of citizens can -Margaret M…
“Always remember that you are absolutely unique..” – Margaret Mead. Read more at:
Where the Wild Things really are – James Baldwin and Margaret Mead about race….
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, concerned citizens can change world. Indeed it ...
Measure success in terms of the contributions an individual makes to her or his fellow. - Margaret Mead
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed people can change the world. It is the only thing that ever has." -…
Working together we can change the world for the better. Quote via Margaret Mead
“We are continually faced with great opportunities which are brilliantly disguised as unsolvable problems.” —Margaret Mead
Margaret Mead was a Brilliant Women, We are all Different in a Special Way, One of a Kind. so to Say.
I don't think there's nothing I would change. -Margaret Mead
Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else. . -Margaret Mead. -Donkey and wheelbarrow cart, 1904 ht…
Never believe that a few caring people can't change the world. ~Margaret Mead. https…
"Children must be taught how to think, not what to think." -Margaret Mead
"Thanks to television, for the first time the young are seeing history made before it is censored by their elders." -Margaret Mead
Have you read Lily King's novel Euphoria, based on the young Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson? I loved it.
Our resources are tiny compared to the size of the problems. But, we are inspired to act. Agree with Margaret Mead…
"Life in the twentieth century is like a parachute jump: u have to get it right the first time." ~ Margaret Mead
Fathers are biological necessities, but social accidents. - Margaret Mead
"What people say, what people do, and what people say they do are entirely different things." Margaret Mead, American Anthropologist
I learned the value of hard work by working hard. —Margaret Mead
James Baldwin and Margaret Mead on guilt, responsibility, race, and crime:
What would the world be like without Dorothea Dix, Shirley Jackson, Frida Kahlo, Maya Lin, Margaret Mead, Ellen Ochoa?
2nd fav is Margaret Mead, not that anybody asked :-)
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Margaret Mead - My aim is to put down on paper what I see and what I feel in the best and simplest way.
Never depend on gov'ts or institutions to solve any major problems. All social change comes from the passion of individuals. (Margaret Mead)
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Our Idea of the Month for January comes from Margaret Mead and fills us with inspiration & hope for the year ahead:…
Legendary anthropologist Margaret Mead on work, leisure, and creativity
A Rap on Race: Margaret Mead and James Baldwin’s Rare Conversation on Forgiveness and the Difference...
Jordan's Public Security Directorate says 4 officers, Canadian tourist killed in shooting. Human right after them. - Margaret Mead Catch of
Margaret Mead leftist propagandist exposed time and again as the feminist fail she was. Praising her says more about a person…
Fun fact on Arthur C. Clarke's 99th birthday: He shares his birthday with Ludwig van Beethoven, Jane Austen, and Marga…
December 18th - An Interview with Santa Claus by Margaret Mead illustrated by Thomas Nast
No matter how many communes anybody invents, the family always creeps back. – Margaret Mead
Remember James Baldwin, who died on this day in 1987, with his forgotten, fantastic conversation with Margaret Mead https:…
.quotes Margaret Mead's inspiring words to the and communities at opening session
so here! teaser and students Great them feel. - Margaret Mead My other car. Is an urn. For my impression of acting fo
The anthropologist Margaret Mead concluded in 1948, after observing seven different ethnic groups in the Pacific Islands,
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I learned the value of by working hard. -Margaret Mead
Only two weeks until the Margaret Mead Film Festival. Get your tickets now!
Childhood games: What would Margaret Mead say about screen time?
Sooner or later I'm going to die, but I'm not going to retire.
Keep the faith in wild ideas - too much of geography is self-reflexive. Margaret Mead would not find yours alien
"Creationism: the theory that Rome WAS built in a day." ~Margaret Mead (1901-1978), American anthropologist
For James Baldwin's birthday, his forgotten, acutely timely conversation with Margaret Mead about race
We r now at a point where we must educate our children in what no 1 knew yesterday&prepare our schools 4 what no 1 knows yet. Margaret Mead
Thanks for this Margaret Mead quote. She was brilliant and studied primitive peoples to help understand society.
"Margaret Mead was the Sherry Turkle of Samoa" I miss this "just buy a copper sphere" kickstarter
"The children should be taught how to think and not what to think" . ~ Margaret Mead
"always remember you are unique, and therefore just like everyone else" - Margaret Mead
Fascinated by But it is ridiculously posh. Margaret Mead must be spinning in her grave.
“We’ve got to be as clear-headed about human beings as possible, because we are still each other’s only hope.” THIS https:…
Margaret Mead and I will never hear anything bad said about TV!
An oldie but a goodie - Margaret Mead on the meaning of life:.
New Aust docu by Janet Merewether 'Reindeer in my Saami Heart' US Premiere Margaret Mead Fe Oct 2016
I love me some Clifford Geertz, Mary Douglas and lets not forget the homegirl Margaret Mead 😏👊🏾
Margaret Mead and James Baldwin'son Forgiveness and the Difference Between Guilt and Responsibility
A Rap on Race: Margaret Mead & James Baldwin converse on power, privilege, race, gender, beauty, justice, and more..
Many societies have educated their male children on the simple device ...
A Rap on Race: Margaret Mead, James Baldwin on Guilt and Responsibility - still stunningly relevant via
I hope they'll all be haunted by ghosts of Bella Abzug and Margaret Mead
This reminds me of a Margaret Mead quote about committed people. Green City Allan Drummond
"James Baldwin and Margaret Mead's on race, identity, and guilt vs. responsibility
Motherhood is a biological fact, while fatherhood is a social invention. By Margaret Mead
Hello all! Just wanted to tell you how Margaret Mead doesn't know what she's talking about!
"It is easier to change a man's religion than to change his diet." ― Margaret Mead
" Children must be taught HOW TO THINK, not what to think." Margaret Mead.
Margaret Mead and James Baldwin had a dialogue about race. It is brilliant:
Laughter is man's most distinctive emotional expression. . - Margaret Mead.
People are effective by unconscious symbols, these are cross cultured and universal. Time, Space, Mother Goddess, Nature- Margaret Mead etal
I have a respect for manners as such, they are a way of dealing with people...
The Margaret Mead one is pretty amazing:
"It may be necessary temporarily to accept a lesser evil, but one must never label a necessary evil as good." - Margaret Mead
“You’ve got to tell the world how to treat you,” James Baldwin told Margaret Mead. via
“Human nature is potentially aggressive and destructive and potentially orderly and constructive.” Margaret Mead
The very last thing Margaret Mead wrote was this unusual and witty cultural history of Santa https…
James Baldwin and Margaret Mead on Reimagining Democracy for a Post-Consumerist Culture | Brain Pickings
Ever heard of the Macy conferences?: Gregory Bateson, Margaret Mead, John von Neumann, Norbert Wiener, Claude Shannon in the same room.Wow.
I do not believe in using women in combat, because females are too fierce. - Margaret Mead
James Baldwin and Margaret Mead on religion and violence — so poignant in light of https:…
I was wise enough never to grow up while fooling people into believing I had *Margaret Mead
As Margaret Mead so often said. Any religion that dosen't accept women as an equal cannot ultimately survive.
"A city must be a place where groups of women and men are seeking and developing the highest things they know." ~ MARGARET MEAD
Somewhere in the NYT files is a picture of me as small child giving Margaret Mead flowers at AMNH event. Would kill to see that again.
James Baldwin and Margaret Mead in Conversation - Revisited - American Masters
James Baldwin and Margaret Mead in conversation about race in 1970, acutely timely today
Margaret Mead and James Baldwin on reimagining democracy for a post-consumerist world – prescient wisdom from 1970 http:…
Margaret Mead, Stephen Schneider and David Suzuki were planning this in the 70s when scientists were expecting an ice age.
Like Margaret Mead was saying, gender is a cultural thing and views won't change unless parents views change.
Preparing to discuss by at tonight - the real & fictional lives of Margaret Mead and h…
"Love is the message".💛 Powerfull by Margaret Mead on this lovely gift with the purchase of…
By Margaret Mead, maybe my ALL time fav quote
Margaret Mead was on point about her anthropology. Reading about her studies in gender and race and how culture is to blame YES
I don't get why y'all don't get that sex is of the body and gender is of the mind. Please go read Margaret Mead. Please.
The actor is strongest power for peace in the world today. Margaret Mead, anthropologist.
I'm thinking Margaret Mead was a product of The Frankfurt School
"The most creative force in the world is the post-menopausal woman with zest." Margaret Mead
Margaret Mead and James Baldwin in Conversation, Part 2: Identity, Race, and the Immigrant Experience
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Margaret Mead and James Baldwin on identity, 7 unusual children's books that help kids make sense of death, timeless commencement addresses…
What you missed this week: Margaret Mead and James Baldwin on identity, unusual books that help kids with grief &more
Margaret Mead and James Baldwin in conversation on how we form our identity – so much wisdom http:/…
when Margaret Mead and James Baldwin conversed on a stage about race & guilt vs. responsibility | via
Instead of needing lots of children, we need high-quality children. Margaret Mead
Margaret Mead + James Baldwin discuss forgiveness, and the difference between guilt and responsibility
2de2. "A great deal of what I say is based on an assumption which I hold and don’t always state.".
"I am responsible for now" Margaret Mead James Baldwin converse on Forgiveness Guilt Responsibility via
"Even though the ship may go down, the journey goes on."--Margaret Mead
No Margaret Mead? Unflagging champion of progressive causes from women’s rights to legalization of marijuana.
that last quote was originally by Margaret Mead.
Kerouac, Ginsberg, Mead, on the meaning of "beat".
Margaret Mead and James Baldwin on forgiveness & the difference between guilt & responsibility http…
"An ideal culture is one in which there is a place for every human gift." - Margaret Mead
What you missed last week: Margaret Mead and James Baldwin on forgiveness, an illustrated ode to noticing, and more http:/…
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An inspiring quotation by Margaret Mead . Koch Bros are doing this on a much larger scale!. via
.under Margaret Mead in N Carolina in 1975, also with Stephen Schneider, John Holdren and George Woodwell
"And when our baby stirs and struggles to be born it compels humility: what we began is now its own." ~ Margaret Mead
“The Beautiful Game premieres in NY on Oct 20! More info: Great work!
Every time we liberate a woman, we liberate a man, -- Margaret Mead
Joe Franklin: "I'd book Margaret Mead w the man who whistled through his nose, or Richard Nixon w the tap dancing dentist."
This share is something I also sent via email today. Just want to make sure as many people see this as possible. (This is longer than my usual FB updates so please read all the way through!) Last Wednesday I got the chance to help ring the opening bell of the Nasdaq with the team from A Path Appears, including one of my personal heroes, the incredible Sheryl WuDunn. (If you remember, I interviewed Sheryl and her husband Nicholas Kristof last year on So I arrive at Nasdaq and I start meeting the team who helped bring the book and the upcoming PBS documentary (more on that in a sec) to life. One of the gals said, “Marie - we’re so happy you’re here! You know, we ran some social media reports and drove more traffic and attention for A Path Appears than the full article that ran on The New York Times.” My jaw dropped and I did my classic Jersey fist pump. Is that not freakin’ AMAZING!?!?! I often say that ours is the **best** community online. You know what? It’s true. You are an incredible human ...
Dec 16, 1901 Margaret Mead born in Philadelphia, PA, is credited with changing the way we study diff
Margaret Mead: The United States has the power to destroy the world, but not the power to save it alone.
I was challenged by Daniel C. Jackson to list my top five dream roles. Off the top of my head and in no particular order: 1. Hedwig in Hedwig and the Angry Inch 2. Claude or Margaret Mead in Hair 3. Ralph in Reefer Madness 4. Quasimodo in Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame 5. Marvin in Falsettos OR 1. The Mistress in Evita 2. Colehouse in Ragtime 3. Jake in Side Show 4. Evilene in The Wiz 5. Sonja in The Life I challenge Raleigh Tyler, Jon Hennington, Angela Rogers, Will Harrell and Adam Suellentrop to reveal their top five dream roles.
An Academic Librarian's tidbits: Tuesday, December 16, 2014 Chanukah begins this evening at sunset. Birthdays include: Jane Austen (1775). As most of us know, she was an English novelist who wrote Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility. Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770). Regarded by many as the greatest orchestral composer of all time, Beethoven was impaired of his hearing before he was 30, but even total deafness did not halt his composing and conducting. His last appearance on the concert stage was to conduct the premiere of his Ninth Symphony at Vienna, Austria, May 7,1824. He was unable to hear either the orchestra or the applause. Arthur C. Clarke (1917). Clarke was a popular writer of science fiction in the 20th century. His short story "The Sentinel" (1951) was the inspiration for the successful film classic 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968). Margaret Mead (1901). She was an American anthropologist and author, especially known for her studies of peoples of the southwest Pacific area, and for her forthrigh ...
Announcement: I am excited to report that the proof-of-concept prototype for Tree of Life is complete. It has been running for the past several weeks and preliminary checks of all three systems (water purification, cookstove improvement, and renewable power supply) were successful and exceeded expectations! Thank you all for your patience, support, and encouragement over the past several months. It means more than you can know and is driving this concept to success. The next step is to scale up for manufacturing and bring Tree of Life to market. That involves raising the funds needed for industrial design review, engineering improvements for mass manufacturing, production facility set-up, and purchase of raw materials. If you want to be involved and support the final development of Tree of Life, we could use your help. There are three ways to support the transition to manufacturing: 1) Pioneer/Early Adaptor – Are you interested in off-grid solutions, rainwater harvesting, or lowering your environmental ...
3. Names inspired by Margaret Mead, Gandhi, Bono or the Pope. - Be The Change Generation CIC
“It is utterly false, cruelly arbitrary to put all play/learning into childhood,work into middle age,regrets into old age.” Margaret Mead
“There is no greater insight into the future than recognizing...when we save our children, we save ourselves” ― Margar…
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Historical fiction about real people - Gutenberg's Apprentice, The Fortune Hunter, Euphoria (Margaret Mead)
Photo: explore-blog: Half a century before Ferguson and Eric Garner, Margaret Mead on the roots of racism...
Margaret Mead on the Root of Racism and the Liability of Law Enforcement
Half a century before Margaret Mead on racism and law enforcement's liability
“You know you love someone when you cannot put into words how they make you feel.”. — Margaret Mead
I attended the Margaret Mead Film Festival at American Museum of Natural History.
Congratulations José Cohen for winning the Margaret Mead Film Festival Filmmaker's Award for H2Omx. and Uli Gaulke...
Just to let you know that i'm alive: Special Mention by Margaret Mead Film Festival !
Always remember that YOU are absolutely unique...just like EVERYONE else. ~ Margaret Mead
I like the Margaret Mead one the most.
Having two bathrooms ruined the capacity to co-operate, - Margaret Mead
on the love between anthropologists Ruth Benedict and Margaret Mead, prominent figures in anthro history http:…
A short list of people NOT aborted: Einstein, Edison, Reagan, Henry Ford, Jobs and Woz, Gates, Jefferson, Washington, Lincoln...Mother Teresa, Curie, Maria Montessori, Margaret Mead, Dorothy Hodgkin, Gertrude Elion, Aung San Suu Kyi...millions more. (some may poo poo Gates...he put affordable powerful technology in the hands of the masses)
More information on Louis Zamperini: In the late 1960s, Sister Olive Louise Dallavis, CSJ, then-president of Avila University, decided that Avila should support a lecture series like other colleges. She admired President Harry S. Truman as an ordinary Missourian, honest and straightforward, and thought him underappreciated as a president, but believed history would prove him a great one. She presented her case to Truman and, in 1970, received formal approval and exclusive rights to offer a lecture series to Kansas City in his name. The first Truman lecture, held in 1971, was delivered by David E. Bell, Vice President of the Ford Foundation and Truman’s first administrative assistant. Since then, Avila has hosted such lecturers as anthropologist Margaret Mead, author Sister Helen Prejean (Dead Man Walking); commentator and author William F. Buckley; former Kansas City, Mo., police chief and former FBI director Clarence Kelly and Nancy Landon Kassebaum Baker, the first woman elected, in her own right, to ...
"We who have dreamed it could not live in it" - Margaret Mead 1942, from amazing new book The Dem…
Always remember that your absolutely unique. Just like everyone else. - Margaret Mead
Margaret Mead~ Women want medicore men. and men are working hard to become as medicore as possible.
“Never underestimate the power of a small group of people to change the world. In fact, it is the only way it ever has.”. -Margaret Mead
In today's Women In Science, I look at the great communicator of American anthropology, Margaret Mead!
There is hardly a name in science more encrusted with bad faith generalizations and well-meaning but ahistorical hagiography than that of anthropologist Margaret Mead. In her time, she was to anthr...
I always enjoy Lily King's novels, so I wasn't surprised to like EUPHORIA. Review in today's Wash Post:
"The central problem of every society is to define appropriate roles for men." Margaret Mead.
‘Euphoria,’ a novel based on Margaret Mead, by Lily King - Blandly...
Children must me taught how to think, not what you think. Margaret Mead
A novel based on the life of anthropologist Margaret Mead.
Author Lily King sat down with Rain Taxi to discuss Euphoria, a novel loosely based on the life of Margaret Mead: http…
Margaret Mead (December 16, 1901 – November 15, 1978) was an American cultural anthropologist, who was frequently a featured writer and speaker in the mass media throughout the 1960s and 1970s.
PREPARATION Written by Unique CHAMAite: Comrade Uche Okafor, an author. Getting prepared for any task is an ideal thing to do. Preparing effectively is a superlative wonderful way of avoiding failure in any task. The enormity of challenges of life facing KPONE-ETE people of Ghana call for adequate and effective preparations from members individually and collectively as a group. Many of us who have not practically gone for a medical mission before, this is time to prove how good we are as a team player. Missionary/medical mission work is like a football match. All the departments of game must be effectively policed. Players must work cordially as a team to achieve success. Same with medical mission. Can a football team do well in any competition without adequate preparations? I guess you know the answer as you know the back of your hands. The ongoing world cup in Brazil is a clear case of study. Teams that prepared well before the tournament started are the ones doing well in the tournament. Teams that use ...
..."Yes, and actions speak louder than words! And the proof of the pudding is in the eating. And love is far more powerful when it is used an action verb rather than a noun. And for these reasons, I tend to believe what my eyes see rather than what my ears hear!!" ~ Margaret Mead
Having a sister is like having a best friend you can’t get rid of. You know whatever you do, they’ll still be there. ~Amy Li A sister is a little bit of childhood that can never be lost. ~Marion C. Garretty Is solace anywhere more comforting than in the arms of a sister. ~Alice Walker Big sisters are the crab grass in the lawn of life. ~Charles M. Schulz If you don’t understand how a woman could both love her sister dearly and want to wring her neck at the same time, then you were probably an only child. ~Linda Sunshine You can kid the world. But not your sister. ~Charlotte Gray I would like more sisters, that the taking out of one, might not leave such stillness. ~Emily Dickinson Help one another, is part of the religion of sisterhood. ~Louisa May Alcott Sisters never quite forgive each other for what happened when they were five. ~Pam Brown In thee my soul shall own combined the sister and the friend. ~Catherine Killigrew Brothers and sisters are as close as hands and feet. ~Vietnamese Proverb A s ...
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If you live in Illinois 8th Congressional District and want to help unseat the Nancy Pelosi-Clone, Tammy Duckworth, in the November election, here's an opportunity to participate this Saturday: KAIFESH CORPS VOLUNTEERS Success is our only option; WE have a country to save! Patriots, this says it all . . . This is NOT simply the slogan for the Kaifesh Campaign. This is what is at stake this election ... it's critical we have honest leadership, selfless service and a commitment to getting this economy thriving and Larry Kaifesh is that candidate that brings all the above! The KAIFESH CORPS and TEAM RAUNER Will be joining forces for a day of action on Saturday 21 June 14 at 10:00 am for Precinct Walking / Calling We will be meeting at the Schaumburg Township Republican Organization ("STRO" Headquarters) 808 Nerge Road Roselle, IL 60172 Refreshments will be provided at the Kaifesh Corps headquarters starting at 3:00 pm at 636 E. Irving Park Road Roselle, IL 60172 We are going to be victorious in November and ...
Sisters is probably the most competitive relationship within the family, but once the sisters are grown, it becomes the strongest relationship. ~Margaret Mead
By John Taylor Gatto checkout all the links John Taylor Gatto is a former New York State and New York City Teacher of the Year and the author, most recently, of The Underground History of American Education. He was a participant in the Harper's Magazine forum "School on a Hill," which appeared in the September 2001 issue. I taught for thirty years in some of the worst schools in Manhattan, and in some of the best, and during that time I became an expert in boredom. Boredom was everywhere in my world, and if you asked the kids, as I often did, why they felt so bored, they always gave the same answers: They said the work was stupid, that it made no sense, that they already knew it. They said they wanted to be doing something real, not just sitting around. They said teachers didn't seem to know much about their subjects and clearly weren't interested in learning more. And the kids were right: their teachers were every bit as bored as they were. Boredom is the common condition of schoolteachers, and anyone wh ...
"Trance & Dance In Bali" is a 22 minute documentary film shot by American anthropologists Margaret Mead & Gregory Bateson in the late 1930s, & released in 19...
Margaret Mead, the American anthropologist, is claimed to have said, “Never doubt
Planting trees to heal the earth Setting: Since Kenya gained its independence in the 1960s, its government has worked hard to modernize the country, but there have been many problems. One is that as more people crowd onto the land, they keep cutting down more trees for space to farm and to get firewood for cooking and heating. Then, without tree roots to hold the dirt together, heavy rains wash the good soil away. New deserts are appearing where forests used to be. This is the story of how one person is working to make it better for the people of Kenya. She is Wangari Maathai, and her job is not easy. Wangari Maathai was one of the lucky Kenyan girls to get an education all the way through college. She and other young people in school with her were told they would be future leaders of their country. They would have special responsibility to work to help the Kenyan people. Wangari took this seriously. When she finished school and saw what was happening to the land, she decided to help by planting trees – ...
Calling all animal lovers. We need your help. There is a core group of folks that have been gathering to try to create a Kenai Borough resolution/ordinance for the protection of animals from abuse. This would allow the borough to contract with a certified animal abuse investigator (not the official title but my name given to it) to help the AK State Troopers enforce state law on animal care. This ordinance would NOT force anyone to pay any money for licenses, etc. It only helps the troopers enforce the state laws as they are already written. This Domestic Animal Protection group wants to help our companion (domestic) animals that have no voice and depend on us for their welfare. The troopers are overworked and understaffed and they need our help. This would provide that help. Please respond to this post and let me know if you would be willing to help in some way. We need to let the borough assembly realize that there are many peninsula citizens that truly love our animals and detest animal abuse. ...
The great anthropologist Margaret Meade said that in a thousand years, humans will all look like the Samoans do now.
"The solution of all adult problems tomorrow depends in large measure upon the way our children grow up today". Margaret Mead - Anthropologist 1901-1978
"Margaret Mead gets cross with me when I talk like this because she says people are doing some very important things because they're worried and excited and I'm going to make them relax and stop doing those things. But we're dealing with something much bigger than we're accustomed to understanding, we're on a very large course indeed. You speak of racism, for example, and I tell you that there's no such thing as race. The point is that racism is the product of tribalism and ignorance and both are falling victim to communications and world-around literacy." - Buckminster Fuller
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