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CONVERSATIONS THAT MOVE HUMANITY FORWARD

Brian Grazer & John Paul DeJoria
Creative Minds Changing How We Work 

Janet Mock
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Jack Kornfield
Finding Love and Happiness

STORIES THAT MOVE HUMANITY FORWARD

‘Angst’: Film About Anxiety Evokes Hope

Anxiety isn’t cool but talking about it is. Why a movie about anxiety and why now? I get involved with and make social impact films about topics like empowerment, bullying and screen addiction because I believe film is the most powerful medium on the planet. I also...

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Mom of Sandy Hook Victim Chooses Love

Five years ago, my six-year-old son, Jesse Lewis, was shot in the forehead in his first-grade classroom at Sandy Hook Elementary School. He was murdered by a former student, alongside 19 of his classmates and six educators in one of the worst mass shootings in U.S....

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Every 66 seconds, a new brain develops Alzheimer’s.

Two-thirds belong to women and no one knows why.


JOIN ME IN MY MISSION

JOIN ME IN MY MISSION

Every 66 seconds, a new brain develops Alzheimer’s.

Two-thirds belong to women and no one knows why.

SOME THINGS NEVER
GO OUT OF STYLE.

Conversations & speeches from 
The Women’s Conference, a gathering
of the greatest hearts and minds.

SOME THINGS NEVER
GO OUT OF STYLE.

Conversations & speeches from The Women’s Conference, a gathering of the greatest hearts and minds.

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