Client: Volvo   

Client: Volvo

 

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Client: Volvo

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Client: Volvo

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Client: The Atlantic Re:think

 

 

 

  I'm a woman, I was in prison, I'm black, so it could be tough sometimes, but I got here. It's a testament to where I came from--you can go wherever you want to go. You just have to claim the world as your canvas and just start painting. -Joundi

I'm a woman, I was in prison, I'm black, so it could be tough sometimes, but I got here. It's a testament to where I came from--you can go wherever you want to go. You just have to claim the world as your canvas and just start painting. -Joundi

 An assignment about WINTER, a nonprofit training Women In Non Traditional Employment Roles.

An assignment about WINTER, a nonprofit training Women In Non Traditional Employment Roles.

 Client: The Atlantic Re:think

Client: The Atlantic Re:think

 Client: The Atlantic Re:think

Client: The Atlantic Re:think

 My mother couldn't care for me because she's schizophrenic. I lost myself in the streets because I didn't understand. I got caught up in a whole lot of negative energy and now I'm at a point where I know where I'm headed. I got to a point when I was tired of feeling sorry for myself. -Karina

My mother couldn't care for me because she's schizophrenic. I lost myself in the streets because I didn't understand. I got caught up in a whole lot of negative energy and now I'm at a point where I know where I'm headed. I got to a point when I was tired of feeling sorry for myself. -Karina

 I was ejected from a truck and the truck fell on top me. I was in a coma for a year and half. The only thing that wasn't destroyed was my face and my spine. This is my second chance. I get a chance to work and do what I want to do. I want to be an earth mover, I want to drive a crane. -Diamond   

I was ejected from a truck and the truck fell on top me. I was in a coma for a year and half. The only thing that wasn't destroyed was my face and my spine. This is my second chance. I get a chance to work and do what I want to do. I want to be an earth mover, I want to drive a crane. -Diamond

 

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Client: Allos Ego

   
  
 
  
    
  
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    If I see conflict, I see that as part of me too. To be able to see yourself in another and recognize in a simple state that that other thing is you. The illusion is that you don’t realize that you’re already connected. If I see pain, if I see people being harmed, I recognize that I can’t heal myself without their being healed as well. At some point I recognize that there’s no They. It’s just Us. Yeah, it’s We.                -Forrest Whittaker      

If I see conflict, I see that as part of me too. To be able to see yourself in another and recognize in a simple state that that other thing is you. The illusion is that you don’t realize that you’re already connected. If I see pain, if I see people being harmed, I recognize that I can’t heal myself without their being healed as well. At some point I recognize that there’s no They. It’s just Us. Yeah, it’s We.                -Forrest Whittaker

 

  There is a great need to move away from fear; fear of not having, fear of loss of control, fear of non-identity. All these things motivate people to fight, motivate wars, motivate problems in the family. The only nurturing factor that can heal fear, is love. -Forrest Whittaker

There is a great need to move away from fear; fear of not having, fear of loss of control, fear of non-identity. All these things motivate people to fight, motivate wars, motivate problems in the family. The only nurturing factor that can heal fear, is love. -Forrest Whittaker

 We all had to raise our game in order to challenge our students. I look at a syllabus I had back in the 1980s, and I laugh now — maybe one textbook and four or six readings. Now my average class might have 30 or more readings. -Leobardo Estrada, associate professor of urban planning

We all had to raise our game in order to challenge our students. I look at a syllabus I had back in the 1980s, and I laugh now — maybe one textbook and four or six readings. Now my average class might have 30 or more readings. -Leobardo Estrada, associate professor of urban planning

 When she joined the faculty in 1974, the campus had one child care center. In 1983, she donated her lab space to help start an infant development program. “Now there is enough child care to satisfy the needs of faculty, staff and students. It’s taken for granted as part of the campus." -Patricia Greenfield

When she joined the faculty in 1974, the campus had one child care center. In 1983, she donated her lab space to help start an infant development program. “Now there is enough child care to satisfy the needs of faculty, staff and students. It’s taken for granted as part of the campus." -Patricia Greenfield

   
  
 
  
    
  
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    Institutional Memory: Since it began, UCLA has evolved into a world-class research university in its own right. Longtime professors remember the growing pains and share what they see for the future. -For UCLA Magazine

Institutional Memory: Since it began, UCLA has evolved into a world-class research university in its own right. Longtime professors remember the growing pains and share what they see for the future. -For UCLA Magazine

 The antiwar protests led to a kind of general challenging of authority. The role of the faculty and the students was under scrutiny — there was a shifting of political power: Why shouldn’t students be on committees and play a role in deciding things? -David Kaplan

The antiwar protests led to a kind of general challenging of authority. The role of the faculty and the students was under scrutiny — there was a shifting of political power: Why shouldn’t students be on committees and play a role in deciding things? -David Kaplan

 In the ’70s, people were still getting up with their old yellow notes, and I remember when we did away with blackboards and brought in whiteboards. The only ones who resisted were the mathematicians, because they still wanted to smell that chalk.             -Robert Goldberg, professor of molecular, cell and developmental biology

In the ’70s, people were still getting up with their old yellow notes, and I remember when we did away with blackboards and brought in whiteboards. The only ones who resisted were the mathematicians, because they still wanted to smell that chalk.             -Robert Goldberg, professor of molecular, cell and developmental biology

 Client: Hope Springs Resort

Client: Hope Springs Resort

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Client: Hope Springs Resort

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Client: Hope Springs Resort

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Client: Hope Springs Resort

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Client: Hope Springs Resort

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Client: Hope Springs Resort

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Client: Hope Springs Resort

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Client: Hope Springs Resort