New Communities for the New Millennium?
The word "community" may sound archaic, a social remnant of the idyllic 1950s. But paradoxically, in our high-tech age of instant information, "community" is more relevant than ever, though its broader boundaries and greater diversities may surprise you. Today's panelists explore communities in all forms, from political and social to scientific and technological. Joining host Robert Lawrence Kuhn are founder and president of the Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman; social architect Barbara Marx Hubbard; Yale Law School student Saru Jayaraman; linguist John McWhorter; and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Barbara Marx Hubbard
Brabara Marx Hubbard worked for scientific, social, spiritual capacities to address...
Saru Jayaraman advocates fair wages for restaurant workers & empowers young women to make...
John McWhorter is a linguist focusing on Language in America (native, immigrant, creole....