"In order to keep the integrity of a human source, you have to show the whole gradient of who they are. The good and the bad parts." Susan Du is a Staff Writer at City Pages newspaper in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She reports on local news and writes fantastic longform, in-depth stories that explore nuance and character.
A conversation with Carly Lunden from the American Refugee Committee about dignity, identity, abundance, and wisdom, among other topics.
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A mindset of curiosity orients us toward seeing the incredible details and intricacies of life around us, allows us to understand and know ourselves, and inspires us to create change. In speaking of this, we touch the heart of democracy.
Curiosity is a fundamental ingredient in developing a healthy life, a constructive community, and a progressing world. Here you'll find a tapestry of stories and insights that help illustrate the beauty and importance of curiosity.
What values underlie our actions and expressions? What do we believe and why do we believe it? This podcast is an exploration of why we as people do what we do. Each new person interviewed is an opportunity to see the world in a new light.
Russia’s interference in western democratic elections has dominated headlines since the 2016 elections. What’s the motive? What values are at play in this interference?
In our quest to understand the world and our place in it, we seem to make the assumption that if we all had uninhibited access to the unadulterated facts, our problems would disappear. But it shouldn't be surprising that even two individuals encountering the same facts might arrive at starkly different conclusions. So perhaps there's a way to understand what's happening around us without relying so firmly on facts, and facts alone. Welcome to Around the Corner.