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Comprising over 50 percent of the world's population, women continue to be significantly underrepresented as policy and decision-makers around the world. As the 2011 UN General Assembly resolution on women's political participation notes...
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From posting stories on MySpace, to winning $1 M on Facebook, to fighting Ebola on Instagram, More Than Me is well versed in affecting change using social media. Participants learned from MTM's Marketing Manager, Emily Bell, on how you c...
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Two local students, Xandra Minter and Saheela Ibraheem, talked about their experiences as minorities and how they have spoken out via their actions and words. ” How can we create change from within communities while continuing to allow...
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In this workshop, participants worked together to define gender, power, and control and how this could impact the dynamics here at MIT. Students talked openly about their experiences on campus and how they could collectively work togethe...
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Listen and levitate to the Cello and Piano Sonata Opus 58, Number 2, composed by Felix Mendelssohn, and performed by 15-year-old Jason Ma at the cello and Eric Mazonson at the piano. Super OTW. Both feet in the air, standing ovation, Wal...
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Waushakup. Join us for a ride through the woods on a 1/12 scale model train. Be sure to wear your red and blue 3D glasses to enjoy the full experience. Waushakum Live Steamers, Holliston, Massachusetts, May, 2015. See more of this ride -...
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MIT Comparative Media Studies & Writing Lecturer Kim Vaeth emphasizes the importance of understanding your audience and addressing their needs with a clear purpose in order to successfully communicate and persuade.
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