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Hearing the stories of survivors of abuse with compassion

By Gerry Chidiac / November 29, 2018 /

Much of the study of genocide has focused on how it happens and what it…

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Heal our own pain and the pain of others, and heal the world

By Gerry Chidiac / November 22, 2018 /

It’s no secret that there’s tremendous pain in the world. What we’re not often aware…

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The arc of the moral universe will bend toward justice

By Gerry Chidiac / November 15, 2018 /

Nov. 9 marked 80 years since Kristallnacht, loosely translated as “the Night of the Broken…

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Sport can unite people and bring about change

By Gerry Chidiac / November 8, 2018 /

Former South African president Nelson Mandela said, “Sport has the power to change the world.”…

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Would you follow orders even when it showed a lack of compassion?

By Gerry Chidiac / November 1, 2018 /

In the early 1960s, Yale psychology professor Stanley Milgram performed an experiment that revealed some…

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