jamiccdasneak43 karma2019-04-05 01:35:34 UTC
Do you know Kyle Edwards? Apparently the Wienermobile is heavily affiliated with my j school, the Missouri School of Journalism
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jamiccdasneak8 karma2018-10-09 16:10:29 UTC
check out Tom Misch, Tame Impala, Kaytranada, Kali Uchis and JID
jamiccdasneak5 karma2018-10-09 16:11:19 UTC
and Gus Dapperton & Clairo
jamiccdasneak5 karma2018-10-23 16:37:39 UTC
As someone studying journalism and looking to get into more meaningful, impactful storytelling, how did you guys ascend to being able to cover war and harsh stories in the Middle East? I don't know what either of you look like, but is it hard to cover if you're of whiter, European complexion? (I am Argentine-Italian from San Francisco Bay Area, USA, but study Documentary at the Missouri School of Journalism. I'm interested in doing longform/microdoc-style stories in this region eventually)
jamiccdasneak3 karma2020-05-15 14:45:22 UTC
How do we normalize the stigma among younger generations beyond just “mental health is important” and actually get to a point of implementation and application? I feel like a lot of people know it’s there and know the buzzwords, but are still glued on their phones and social media, looking for that to bear the brunt of the emotional burden, rather than mindfulness and meditation. How can we slowly but surely get people and ourselves to apply it in their and our own lives?
I have been reading Thich Nnat Hanh for the last year or so, and this is still on my mind. I understand and love his principles and insights, but would love to apply them more in my daily life so they can become more beneficial.
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