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#FoossaFinds – 4 September 2014

#FoossaFinds curates insightful readings, awesome events, #SpiritAnimals, and other inspiration. Look for it weekly. 


Wisdom Hackers

A group of thinkers from across art, literature, design, technology and innovation each explore a burning question that touches upon core themes of human agency and wisdom. Wisdom Hackers tackles questions of democracy, social consciousness, consumerism, the environment, family and our relationship to the physical world – in weekly Staves with accompanying video, images, sound and discussion. Join us for a journey into the unknown…


Surviving the Ups and Downs of Social Movements
Mark Engler & Paul Engler, Waging Nonviolence
What to do during a lull in a movement’s visible progress, and why a win may arrive with more of a whimper than a roar.

Can Monasteries Be a Model for Reclaiming Tech Culture for Good?
Nathan Schneider, The Nation
Hackers are transforming an ancient city into a prototype for the future.


Be Social Change Class: #DesignThyself – Applying Design Principles to Personal Growth
Note the new date and time: Wednesday, September 17, 2014, 7:15-9:00 PM, Centre For Social Innovation, 601 W 26th Street, Suite 325, New York, NY 10001
Are you interested in learning about design principles to affect change in the world? Why not start with yourself? #DesignThyself brings design thinking and design doing to a personal level. Learn how to use design as a tool for changing your own creative habits and behavior. Learn how to use design principles and methodology to cultivate a new creative habit and to make an intentional and proactive change in your life. We will draw from the fields of interaction design, activism for social/cultural change, as well as cognitive psychology. This class is based on material previously offered at the School of Visual Arts MFA Design for Social Innovation and on Register today.

TEDxGramercy | Grit 
Saturday, 27 September 2014, 4-8 PM, Mason Hall, Baruch college, 17 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10010
Get early-bird tickets.


Cute Baby Lemurs! 
National Geographic

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