Tag: Discussion

Sunday Discussion: A Reporter’s Footage From Inside The Capitol Siege | The New Yorker

Welcome to Sunday Discussion.  Each week, this post will feature a serious topic that needs to be featured and talked about.  You can “discuss” it on your own social media networks as […]

Sunday Discussion: Must-See New Video Shows Capitol Riot Was Way Worse Than We Thought

Welcome to Sunday Discussion.  Each week, this post will feature a serious topic that needs to be featured and talked about.  You can “discuss” it on your own social media networks as […]

Sunday Discussion: Why Grocery Stores Are Avoiding Black Neighborhoods

Living here in Anniston, Alabama, this video from CNBC is a must watch.  So, why are grocery stores not opening in Black and poor neighborhoods? A food desert is an area with […]

Sunday Discussion: Doctor Fact-Checks PLANDEMIC Conspiracy

With the Coronavirus pandemic getting worse here in the United States, people continue to share this Plandemic Conspiracy video that has been already debunked numerous times, but people continue to share this […]

Sunday Discussion: What Happened To Nuclear Power

There is a new YouTube channel from PBS Digital Studios called Hot Mess.  Hot Mess is a show about how climate change impacts all of us, and about how we can create a better […]

Sunday Discussion: Earth Day 2018 Google Doodle Dedicated To Dr. Jane Goodall

Today is Earth Day, and one person who does a really great job with conversation is Dr. Jane Goodall, who is a ethologist (animal behavior expert), conservationist, activist, and animal-lover.  And she has dedicated […]

Sunday Discussion: Bankrupt – Pan Am

Pan Am was once a very popular airline, but a bunch of disasters killed them.  When commercial American aviation grew, Pan American Airways was a shining star.  An airline that brought the country […]

Sunday Discussion: What America’s Shopping Mall Decline Means For Social Space

For decades and decades, the place to go to do a lot of shopping, and to have a social gathering, was the local shopping mall.  Think about it, why did teenagers always […]

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