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Brendan’s Call to Challenge Hate

We need to look again at identity politics

Horror, despair, rage, confusion: they and other emotions are all understandable reactions to Jo’s killing last week. Brendan Cox’s call for us to unite in challenging hate is one I take extremely seriously. Knowing him, I take these as concrete calls to action. But what action, beyond calling out the more obvious elements of hate in our society?

Event summary: Visions for a New Century - Launch of new public conversation on nuclear disarmament

Brian Eno, rock musician and artist, invited an eclectic collection of fellow musicians, artists, business people, senior politicians, officials, philanthropists, actors and writers to his London studio on the evening of February 1st to broaden support for nuclear disarmament.

Visions for a New Century: Launch of new public conversation on nuclear disarmament, February 2010

Brian Eno, rock musician and artist, invited an eclectic collection of fellow musicians, artists, business people, senior politicians, officials, philanthropists, actors and writers to his London studio on the evening of February 1st to broaden support for nuclear disarmament.

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The ultimate lecture: Anthropology 101

On a distant planet in the not-so-distant future, an anthropology lecturer coolly examines the Earth people before their self-destruction. Through this diverse collection of images, both trivial and evocative, he pieces together a compelling, often disturbing, account of what life on Earth must have been like.


The ultimate lecture: Anthropology 101

......it's the end of the Earth, no less.

Music: Brian Eno
Narration: Mark Rylance

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