Here's how we can use the concept of 'impact impression' for criminal reform.
- In his work in criminal reform, Bishop Omar Jahwar recounts how a person's life trajectory can typically be traced back to a moment of trauma or an 'impact impression'.
- An impact impression has two outcomes: It can be an awakening that steers people in a positive direction where they seek help, or it can become a negative spiral that lands them in prison. In the latter case, supporting people in undoing the damage and mental scars they've incurred from such impact impressions can help reduce recidivism.
- The opinions expressed in this video do not necessarily reflect the views of the Charles Koch Foundation, which encourages the expression of diverse viewpoints within a culture of civil discourse and mutual respect.
GenTech aren't happy about how their data is being collected and used.
A recent incident in Rhode Island highlights the ongoing problem of student debt.
- Students in the Warwick school district were informed that unpaid debts would result in cold sandwiches for lunch.
- An uproar ensued from irate parents and celebrities, accusing the district of lunch shaming.
- 76 percent of American school districts currently have school lunch debt.
Dementia, disrespect, and loneliness – that is not your future, says aging expert Ashton Applewhite.
- The best anti-aging advice? Stop stereotyping old people! Cultural messaging about the pitfalls of old age causes undue stress that prematurely ages the brain and shortens life spans.
- People who have a positive outlook on aging can live 7.5 years longer than those who buy into cultural stereotypes about getting old.
- It's important to look at the positives of aging, not just the risk factors: Alzheimer's rates are declining, 'mental sifting' can make us wiser, and older workers injure themselves less often than younger workers.
Two new reports highlight the stark realities of the modern workforce.
- For the first time, over 20 percent of senior citizens are working or looking for employment.
- By contrast, over half of millennials believe they will be millionaires despite contradictory evidence.
- Regardless of age, the question remains: Is work meaningful when the main goal is a paycheck?
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