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Bits & Pieces
Visiting a haunted house or watching a horror movie can be terrifying and enjoyable at the same time. A sociologist explains the psychological benefits of being safely scared.
“He knows how to love because he is loved. I pray every child could be as lucky.”
Reuben Champion explores relationships based on sign language in this short animation.
Patrisse Cullors joined BNF for a conversation on prison abolition and community organizing.
What happens when a city dissolves into thin air?
Peter Sage talks about what happens when we stop waiting for our lives to happen.
Locking up migrant children is government sanctioned child abuse.
Finding connections in unexpected places.
The death of a loved one is pretty much the saddest thing that can befall us.
Forty-years is a long time.
Lots of sociologist think that the career of a person based on his entourage, his parents, his social class…etc.
Virtual Reality and Identity clash when you identify more with your avatar than with your actual self.
“At this age, my body is a stranger that I keep meeting over and over again.”
Noel Fielding is a retired angel.
Through a story of one of his students, Billy shows the importance of loving others and of being loved.