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BioGeoTherapy: Reversing Climate Change by Regenerating Land and Ocean Ecosystems

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What Religious People Think About Science (and Scientists)

Elaine Howard Ecklund, PhD Herbert S. Autrey Chair in Social Sciences Director, Religion and Public Life Rice UniversityDr. Gregory Cootsona Comparative Religion and Humanities Department CSU,…

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Life Without Light: Chemoautotrophically Based Cave Biology

Dr. Serban M. Sarbu Professor, University of Cincinnati Born in Romania, Dr. Sarbu developed his interest in caves and cave biology partly because Romania is a country containing many caves. He…

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The Intersections of Race and Religion - BlackLivesMatter as a modern religious movement?

Rev. Robert Morton Student Conduct Coordinator of Student Judicial Affairs, CSU, Chico Rev. Robert Morton proposes that Black Lives Matter is a modern religious movement. He also notes that many of…

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Reading from Alison Kinney's HOOD on police violence

Dr. Asa Mittman Faculty Art & Art History Department, CSU, Chico On author Alison Kinney’s web page, this is how her book, “Hood,” is described: “We all wear hoods…

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#Black Lives Matter at Chico State

Katie Peterson, Moderator Panel of CSU, Chico Students: Rex Bell Dylan Gray Egypt Howard Koua Thao Katie Peterson, Program Coordinator of the CSU, Chico Cross-Cultural Leadership Center,…

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I wanted to write - a poem - that rhymes - but revolution doesn't lend - itself to Hip Hopping

Dr. Tracy Butts English Professor, CSU, Chico Dr. Butts takes her title from a poem by the black poet Nikki Giovanni. By its very nature, Hip Hop is revolutionary. Born of necessity, Hip Hop gave a…

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