Manhood in Rural America: Influences
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Manhood in Rural America: Influences

(upbeat music) – [Narrator] When you were growing up, was there a man in your life who you wanted to be like? If so, what…

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Manhood in Rural America: Becoming a Man
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Manhood in Rural America: Becoming a Man

(electronic music) (dramatic drum music) – [Interviewer] When did you think you first became a man? (Laughing) – When I turned 18. Legally. I had…

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Manhood in Rural America: The Role of Men
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Manhood in Rural America: The Role of Men

(upbeat music) – [Narrator] What do you think is the role of men in family and community life? – Well being the man of the…

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Robert Reich: What is Inequality of Place?
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Robert Reich: What is Inequality of Place?

You’ve heard me talk about inequalities of income and wealth and political power. But another kind of inequality needs to be addressed as well: widening…

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Living off the Land in an Alaskan Iñupiaq Community | INDIE ALASKA
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Living off the Land in an Alaskan Iñupiaq Community | INDIE ALASKA

I love Noatak. This is where I grew up, this is where I was raised. I’ve lived around here for 29 years and subsistence my…

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Growing a community through immigration
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Growing a community through immigration

The Provincial Nominee Program in Manitoba was started because employers couldn’t find the number of staff that they needed to keep their companies running, so…

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Urbanization | Society and Culture | MCAT | Khan Academy
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Urbanization | Society and Culture | MCAT | Khan Academy

Voiceover: In it’s simplest sense, urbanization is the movement of people from rural areas to urban areas. So, what are the difference between rural and…

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Public options can strengthen society: Vanderbilt law professor
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Public options can strengthen society: Vanderbilt law professor

Public option is a government provided good or service that’s available to anyone and comes at a reasonable price and it coexists with private market…

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The politics of rural education — interview with Ashley Jochim | VIEWPOINT
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The politics of rural education — interview with Ashley Jochim | VIEWPOINT

Ashley: So, as part of our national political conversation right now, I think there’s a larger discussion around people feeling like they’ve been left behind,…

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