Lydia Kaplan
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celebrating diversity in a historically homogeneous community: feedback please!

Brainstorming with friends tonight, we wondered how we can bring together our diverse neighbors in a welcoming way. The demographics in this historically homogeneous community are shifting, and we are glad for that, but are concerned they might feel isolated.We have some ideas for a community event, but I am interested in hearing your thoughts and ideas as well. See More
Jan 11
Lydia Kaplan's blog post was featured

celebrating diversity in a historically homogeneous community: feedback please!

Brainstorming with friends tonight, we wondered how we can bring together our diverse neighbors in a welcoming way. The demographics in this historically homogeneous community are shifting, and we are glad for that, but are concerned they might feel isolated.We have some ideas for a community event, but I am interested in hearing your thoughts and ideas as well. See More
Jan 11
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healthcare access

Of the two, globally, which is the greater cause of healthcare being inaccessible or unaffordable: Power? Money?See More
Dec 18, 2017
Lydia Kaplan's blog post was featured

healthcare access

Of the two, globally, which is the greater cause of healthcare being inaccessible or unaffordable: Power? Money?See More
Dec 18, 2017
Lydia Kaplan commented on Lydia Kaplan's blog post on this beautiful snowy day
"Hi! Well, that "backyard" are the places where there is no hope."
Dec 18, 2017
Ezeifekwuaba. Tochukwu. Benedict commented on Lydia Kaplan's blog post on this beautiful snowy day
"where is that big backyard?.."
Dec 15, 2017
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Holidays

So what do you think: businesses and schools close for only some religious or cultural holidays. Should they close for all?See More
Dec 15, 2017
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Holidays

So what do you think: businesses and schools close for only some religious or cultural holidays. Should they close for all?See More
Dec 15, 2017
Lydia Kaplan liked Al LeBlanc's blog post #Cyberpeacefare #The Power of Intention #Dr Wayne W Dyer
Dec 14, 2017

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Lecturer, Professor
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Kean University
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Communication, Culture, Diplomacy, Education, Ethics, Sustainability, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I hope to connect with people who see the good in the world.

Lydia Kaplan's Blog

in the words of dr. martin luther king, jr.

Posted on January 14, 2018 at 2:28pm 0 Comments

Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'.

i'm sorry about what he said.....

Posted on January 14, 2018 at 2:23pm 0 Comments

.....the president of my country made an abhorrent statement the other day. please accept my apologies, on behalf of my friends and family. his words and deeds are NOT a reflection of anyone i know. our hearts are broken over his shameful comments.

celebrating diversity in a historically homogeneous community: feedback please!

Posted on January 10, 2018 at 9:07pm 0 Comments

Brainstorming with friends tonight, we wondered how we can bring together our diverse neighbors in a welcoming way. The demographics in this historically homogeneous community are shifting, and we are glad for that, but are concerned they might feel isolated.

We have some ideas for a community event, but I am interested in hearing your thoughts and ideas as well. 

healthcare access

Posted on December 18, 2017 at 8:59am 0 Comments

Of the two, globally, which is the greater cause of healthcare being inaccessible or unaffordable: Power? Money?

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At 5:11pm on January 4, 2015, Al LeBlanc said…

Lydia: Agree,  I believe that "cyberspace" provides the universal communication medium inter-connecting "usall" consciences/common psychological needs for world peace and planet survival.  Seems to me a general "awakening" of our PersonalCyber/SocialMedia Power to "make a difference is overdue !  People will realize this is an incumbent responsibility versus Indifference and hopefully engage in #cyberpeacefare. Al

 
 
 

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