1. Changing Winds - PBS Edit

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    The full award winning documentary "Changing Winds." Written and directed by Charles Breiner, it tells the story of the effect of the 1956 Tornados in West Michigan. The film looks at the tornadoes through the voices of those who lived through it.

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    • Mike Mantel at Calvin College

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      Mike Mantel speaks at Calvin College

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      • Liberty and Tolerance in an Age of Religious Conflict (Jewish Perspectives: The Educational Stakes)

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        September 9th, 2011 | For more on this event, please visit: bit.ly/hFddUR Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs | Georgetown University Religious liberty and tolerance are among the most central global issues facing us today. Too often scholars have approached them solely as philosophical questions or abstract universal imperatives, obscuring their meaning and significance within specific religious traditions. Any effort to deepen appreciation for religious liberty and tolerance while excluding religious voices is bound to fail. In conjunction with Calvin College, the Berkley Center convened scholars and practitioners from Christian, Jewish, and Muslim backgrounds to examine and compare resources supportive of religious freedom and tolerance within their own traditions. The participants were among the contributors to a forthcoming book, Abraham’s Children: Liberty and Tolerance in an Age of Religious Conflict (Yale University Press). The conference, made possible through the generous support of the John Templeton Foundation, concluded with an interfaith service in commemoration of September 11, 2001. Jewish Perspectives, Keynote: Nurit Peled-Elhanan, "The Educational Stakes" http://berkleycenter.georgetown.edu

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        • Socially Responsible Investing - Inner Compass

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          Have you ever skimmed through a list of companies your investment money is supporting, and wished you hadn't? But what other options are there? Calvin College business professor Leonard Van Drunen, who has worked in investment banking in New York, Tokyo, and London, tells host Karen Saupe how to explore more “socially responsible” options without having to quit your day job to figure it all out.

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          • Accommodating the Autism Spectrum - Inner Compass

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            With the definition of autism now encompassing a wide range of behaviors, more people find themselves daily encountering those diagnosed with some version of this disorder. How can we make more room for differing styles of relating? Laurel Falvo of The Gray Center for Social Learning and Understanding provides ideas for improving communication on all sides. Shirley Hoogstra hosts.

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            • Speaking of Faith - Inner Compass

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              After Krista Tippett graduated from seminary, she noticed a hole in the media. There was plenty of religion coverage, but the simplicity of the reports drove her to launch a public radio interview show, “Speaking of Faith” (now titled “On Being”). Tippet explains how she helps her guests reveal the complexities of their beliefs and values. Karen Saupe hosts.

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              • Episode 106

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                Speech Pathologist Jennifer Dennis works with Rebecca, a 44-year-old woman who survived a left hemisphere stroke just over two years ago. During this session Dennis utilizes word stress, verbal expression, writing from dictation, and organizational skills to help Rebecca write a book.Together, clinician and client practice pronunciation of similar words; breaking large words into smaller ones; and writing sentences.

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                • Episode 110

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                  Speech Pathologist Jill Bates works with John, a 28-year-old man who sustained a severe traumatic brain injury in 2002. During this session, Bates focuses on multi-modal communication, motor speech skill development, and functional memory skills. Bates utilizes open-ended conversation and oral motor exercises.

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                  • Episode 105

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                    Speech Pathologist Jennifer Dennis works with Rebecca, a 44-year-old woman who survived a left hemisphere stroke just over two years ago. During this session Dennis utilizes word stress, verbal expression, writing from dictation, and organizational skills to help Rebecca write a book.Together, clinician and client practice pronunciation of similar words; breaking large words into smaller ones; and writing sentences.

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