The Marginalian
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The Coca-Cola Case
The Coca-Cola Case

What Colombian laborers have to do with American foreign policy and the history of soda.

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Inside Out Project: Street Artist JR’s $100K TED Prize
Inside Out Project: Street Artist JR’s $100K TED Prize

What the global importance of women has to do with favela murals and graffiti in Kibera.

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TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day One
TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day One

This week, we’re letting our brains explode so you don’t have to.

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Carl Sagan / Egyptian Revolution Mashup
Carl Sagan / Egyptian Revolution Mashup

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Missing Sarajevo: A Political U2 Rockumentary
Missing Sarajevo: A Political U2 Rockumentary

What beauty pageants have to do with war tragedy and the power of rock.

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Climate Kid: UNICEF’s Platform for Preparedness
Climate Kid: UNICEF’s Platform for Preparedness

What evolutionary fantasies have to do with the future of practical education.

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TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day Two
TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day Two

Redefining life, understanding consciousness, and why technology is humanizing education.

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Street Artist JonOne Celebrates Abbé Pierre
Street Artist JonOne Celebrates Abbé Pierre

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Jacqueline Novogratz on the Life of Immersion
Jacqueline Novogratz on the Life of Immersion

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The Heroic Imagination Project
The Heroic Imagination Project

What the root of evil has to do with a summer in 1971 and the untapped capacity for good.

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