Friday, September 11, 2020

 is english the worst or best language for translating trust across cultures

while english remains the main science/coding language the reality is that historically english-constitutions were drawn up by slave traders and others who did nor respect equality by skin color or by sex

is it trivial or essential that last night of the proms bans rule britannia's slave condoning lyrics? or is it the start of english-speaking democracies needing to transform

can students who speak 2 languages incluiding english play unique roles as their generation zooms, deals with worldwide challenges simultaeousl eg pandemic or voltalie weather ..

here's my question to america's ytop expert on soft power- when are borderless coalitions the only way forward -and id national politicians dont accept this new world what are we the peoples to do with public servants who no longer understand real community flows

2020 joseph nye climate change -moral coalition of nations www,

entrepreneurialrevolution debates on futures of telecommuting, real and virtual community ops and risks in the economist since 1968

Thursday, September 10, 2020

w e started 2010s with privilege of interviewing hundreds of hbuc presidents and community organisers as part of a process designed by nobe laureate muhammad yunus

if we could recommend one movement leader we most learned from per city our choices would be

baltimore al hathaway 

How one West Baltimore church is bridging the digital divide ...

Jul 27, 2020 - Dr. Alvin C. Hathaway, Sr., senior pastor of Union Baptist Church, reads ... its Harvey Johnson Community Center on Druid Hill Avenue in historic Upton in ... Al Hathaway Sr. ( is senior pastor of Union ...
Nov 2, 2018 - Hathaway , pastor of Union Baptist Church in Druid Hill, Baltimore, transformed the ceremony by announcing a $300 million redevelopment ...

tuskegee rosa park's lawyer
chicago jesse jackson's annual rainbow summits with wall street
The Bard Early Colleges are founded on the belief that many high-school-age students are eager and ready for the intellectual challenges of a college education ...

do you have a recommendation by city where people of any color or age or gender can help lives matter

Monday, September 7, 2020

 question from b to b via dc

how can we help all students from 17 up exchange views- build a joint curriculum- of the 2020s to maximise diversity of understanding of living in covid world and getting back to sdgs and livesmatter with more love for last mile community servants everywhere? is there a way to get diverse student briefings on eg kamala harris desk -why shouldn't students be the most valued lobby dc and other political centers of globalization  ever hear from

From Berkeley to Berekuso

Thursday, October 8th: 9-10:00 am PT / 4-5:00 pm GMT | Digital 
Join Ashesi President Patrick Awuah and UC Berkeley's Chief Innovation and Entrepreneurship Officer Rich Lyons for a discussion on phase change and measuring what matters in education (and impact!) as Ashesi looks to its next decade of growth. 
Patrick Awuah
President and Founder, Ashesi University

Patrick is the President and Founder of Ashesi University in Ghana where he guides the school’s mission to spark a renaissance in Africa by educating entrepreneurial, ethical leaders. In recognition of his work reinventing higher education on the continent, Patrick has been awarded a number of honors including the MacArthur Fellowship and the 2017 WISE Prize for Education.
Rich Lyons
Chief Innovation & Entrepreneurship Officer, UC Berkeley
Trustee, Ashesi University Foundation

Rich is a Professor of Economics and Finance at the Haas School of Business, where he served as dean from 2008 to 2018. In 2020, he became the first Chief Innovation and Entrepreneurship Officer for UC Berkeley. In this role, Rich oversees development of the campus-wide ecosystem for innovation and entrepreneurship, including patenting and technology licensing. 

Sunday, September 6, 2020


Policymakers are gearing up for a busy autumn, so this episode gets us up to speed on some of the stories you might have missed in the foreign policy world over the summer. Host Aaron Jones and his guests cover the UAE/Israel deal, North Korea, the resignation of the Japanese Prime Minister, protests in Belarus, the poisoning of a Russian opposition leader and the U.S. administration's rhetoric and maneuvers on China in the run up to the election. 


The Wilson Center’s office of Congressional Relations works to maintain a vibrant relationship with Members of Congress and their staffs. We organize and run a series of educational programs led by Wilson Center experts, ranging from seminars to podcasts, with the purpose of increasing congressional staffers’ knowledge of international policy. We also coordinate outreach to Capitol Hill, including testimonies by Wilson Center scholars and briefings for Members of Congress.  Read more