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4 - The Supreme Court rules on LGTBQ+ right and DACA and What was it about 1972

4 - The Supreme Court rules on LGTBQ+ right and DACA and What was it about 1972

June 30, 2020

The Supreme Court and title 7. An LGTBQ+ win and Dreamers get a reprieve. What happened and where were we in #1972 ? Stephanie and David talk among themselves

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3 - Stephanie and David Talk Lebron James - What happened in 1956, When do we get old

3 - Stephanie and David Talk Lebron James - What happened in 1956, When do we get old

June 26, 2020

Stephanie talks transformation and #Lebron_James and his new program to educate the population on voting rights. We share our experiences in the year 1956.When do we get old. Old is old when you decide you have to look young. Tell me something good!

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2 - David and Stephanie Talk: The Economy is Open and We Aren’t Taking Precautions, Tell Us About The Year 1963, and Suffering Loss

2 - David and Stephanie Talk: The Economy is Open and We Aren’t Taking Precautions, Tell Us About The Year 1963, and Suffering Loss

June 26, 2020

In a world that is suffering its first major pandemic in over 100 years, why are some people not taking it seriously and taking the precautions that could save thousands of lives.

David and Stephanie take a stab at the year 1963. Check it out.

Stephanie lost her dog, What loss can teach us.

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1 - Yak About Today Introduces Episode 1 of  “4664 The Years That Made Today”

1 - Yak About Today Introduces Episode 1 of “4664 The Years That Made Today”

June 2, 2020

In 1946 as the generation called the “greatest. began to settle down after the war, they began to produce the next generation, that which we call baby boomers. Both these generations lived/live a rich and full life, one that has been reinvented many times over.  Against a backdrop of social and political events, our lives are informed and transformed.Each week we’ll present the questions that shed light on how we’ve evolved or gotten stuck -- personally and as a society. This is our collective American story. It’s a powerful one as well as a hopeful one.  Welcome to 46-64, the years that made today.

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