1. LIVING ROOM CONVERSATIONS PROMO VIDEO

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    Living Room Conversations are simple open-source structured conversations that enable people to come together through their social networks, as friends and friends of friends to engage in a self-guided conversation about an agreed upon topic.

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    • Gene Rossides on Politics

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      In Hellenext's series of interviews for their Next Generation Initiative, Mr. Eugene Rossides -- Assistant Secretary of the United States Treasury Department (1969-1973) -- reflects on politics, bi-partisanship, and the importance of getting involved. Throughout this fascinating interview conducted by renowned journalist, Thalia Assuras, Rossides reveals pride in his Greek heritage. To see the complete interview, go to www.hellenext.org.

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      • Gene Rossides on Mentoring

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        In Hellenext's series of interviews for their Next Generation Initiative, Mr. Eugene Rossides -- Assistant Secretary of the United States Treasury Department (1969-1973) -- reflects on mentoring young people and gives valuable advice to the next generation. Throughout this fascinating interview conducted by renowned journalist, Thalia Assuras, Rossides reveals pride in his Greek heritage.

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        • Gene Rossides on Politics

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          In Hellenext's series of interviews for their Next Generation Initiative, Mr. Eugene Rossides -- Assistant Secretary of the United States Treasury Department (1969-1973) -- reflects on politics, bi-partisanship, and the importance of getting involved. Throughout this fascinating interview conducted by renowned journalist, Thalia Assuras, Rossides reveals pride in his Greek heritage. To see the complete interview, go to www.hellenext.org.

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          • Can We Talk: Media and Communications

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            This excerpt from an interdisciplinary forum titled "Can We Talk? A Conversation about Civility and Democracy in America" features J. Michael Hogan, Liberal Arts Research Professor and Co-Director, Center for Democratic Deliberation, Pennsylvania State University (moderator); Tony Blankley, Executive Vice President, Global Affairs, Edelman; Mona Charen, syndicated columnist; Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Elizabeth Ware Packard Professor of Communication at the Annenberg School of Communication and Walter & Leonore Annenberg Director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania; Tanya Hamilton, film director and writer; Richard Kilberg, President, Fred Friendly Seminars; Lynn Novick, documentary filmmaker, Florentine Films; Siobhan Reardon, President & Director, Free Library of Philadelphia; Michael Schudson, Professor, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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            • Can We Talk: Civic and Social Entrepreneurs (Part 2)

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              This excerpt from an interdisciplinary forum titled "Can We Talk? A Conversation about Civility and Democracy in America" features: David Eisner, President & CEO - National Constitution Center; W. Wilson Goode, Sr., National Director - Amachi Program; Lauren Hughes, Community Relations Coordinator - WHYY; Caren Izzo, educator - Haddonfield Middle School; David Karpf, Assistant Professor - Rutgers University School of Communication and Information; Lauren Schwarze, Project Manager - Nine Network of Public Media.

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              • Can We Talk: Keynote

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                This excerpt from an interdisciplinary forum titled "Can We Talk? A Conversation about Civility and Democracy in America" features keynote speaker Amy Gutmann, President and Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania.

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                • Can We Talk: Civic and Social Entrepreneurs

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                  This excerpt from an interdisciplinary forum titled "Can We Talk? A Conversation about Civility and Democracy in America" features: David Eisner, President & CEO - National Constitution Center; W. Wilson Goode, Sr., National Director - Amachi Program; Lauren Hughes, Community Relations Coordinator - WHYY; Caren Izzo, educator - Haddonfield Middle School; David Karpf, Assistant Professor - Rutgers University School of Communication and Information; Lauren Schwarze, Project Manager - Nine Network of Public Media.

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                  • Can We Talk: History

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                    This excerpt from an interdisciplinary forum titled "Can We Talk? A Conversation about Civility and Democracy in America" features: Richard R. Beeman, John Welsh Centennial Professor of History - University of Pennsylvania; Alan Brinkley, Allan Nevins Professor of American History - Columbia University; Ken Burns, documentary filmmaker - Florentine Films; Sam Chaltain, educator and organizational change consultant; Joseph J. Kelly, Executive Director - Pennsylvania Humanities Council; Dayna Laur, educator - York Central High School; Jennifer Lee, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology - University of California-Irvine; Stefanie Malone, Community Outreach Manager - KCTS 9; Daniel Okrent, author & journalist; Nicole Roper, educator - West Philadelphia Catholic High School; and Ralph Young, Professor, Department of History - Temple University.

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                    • Can We Talk: Religion

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                      This excerpt from an interdisciplinary forum titled "Can We Talk? A Conversation about Civility and Democracy in America" features: Jeff Bundy, Community Relations Manager - WHYY; Francis Graham Lee, Professor of Political Science - St. Joseph's University; Jeanne Halgren Kilde, Director, Religious Studies Program - University of Minnesota; Thomas Kidd, Associate Professor of History and Senior Fellow, Institute for Studies of Religion - Baylor University; Munir Kreidie, teacher - Kensington CAPA; Susan Meyer, Senior Director - WOSU Public Media; Erik Owens, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Theology and International Studies - Boston College; and Laurence Tom, pastor - Chinese Christian Church and Center.

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