Almanac North - Sep 13, 2013

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Video Summary

Topics: “Ovarian Cancer/Duluth Turns Teal” & “Listening as a Peacemaking Skill” & “University for Seniors”

Description: The founder of “Charlene’s Light”, a foundation dedicated to raising awareness of ovarian cancer, talked about the disease’s subtle symptoms and events going on in Duluth over the weekend raising awareness of this cancer. Can listening be a peacemaking skill? Our guests made a strong argument in support of this premise. And learn more about UMD’s University for Seniors, where you are never too old to learn something new.

Guests: Kristine Greer, Founder of “Charlene’s Light”; Ed Heisler, Men as Peacemakers; Tom Morgan, Alworth Center for the Study of Peace and Justice; Paul Chialastri, University for Seniors Curriculum Committee; Mary Olson, Retired School Teacher

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