1. Turkana Traditional Song and Dance


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    Singing and dancing is so much more than rhythmic movements for the people of Turkana. They use it to tell stories, mourn those who have died and express their day-to-day emotions.

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    • A Turkana Sunrise


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      A January 2013 sunrise from the Turkana Basin Institute in Turkana, Kenya.

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      • Friday Night Awards Banquet


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        Awardees Dan Savage, Humanist of the Year Biography: Dan Savage is being named the 2013 Humanist of the Year for his long history of sex-positive writing, advocacy of separation of church and state, and work for LGBT youth. Savage also speaks out frequently on a variety of other issues including the Iraq War, the War on Drugs, and birth control. His syndicated relationship and sex advice column, Savage Love, is a frank, humorous and open discussion of sexuality. In 2010, Savage and his husband Terry Miller began the It Gets Better Project to help prevent suicide among LGBT youth. He is the author of several books, including How to Be a Person: The Stranger's Guide to College, Sex, Intoxicants, Tacos, and Life Itself, The Kid: What Happened After My Boyfriend and I Decided to Go Get Pregnant, and It Gets Better: Coming Out, Overcoming Bullying, and Creating a Life Worth Living. Richard Leakey, Isaac Asimov Science Award Biography: Richard Leakey's prolific career as paleoanthropologist, politician, and environmentalist has spanned five decades. His pioneering work in the Turkana Basin region of northern Kenya has unearthed much of the existing fossil evidence for human evolution. Currently he serves as chairman of the Turkana Basin Institute, a scientific research organization which builds upon the 40-plus years of prehistory research in the area around Lake Turkana. In addition, Leakey is a Professor of Anthropology at Stony Brook University, Fellow of the Royal Society of London, and former director of both the National Museums of Kenya and the Kenya Wildlife Service. Entertainment: The Galapagos Mountain Boys (www.scientificgospel.com)

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