By Greater Good Science Center
(January, 2015) UC Berkeley psychologist Dacher Keltner explains some of the ways in which power encourages individuals to act on their own whims, desires, and impulses. When researchers give people power in scientific experiments, those people are more likely to physically touch others in potentially inappropriate ways, to make risky choices and gambles, to speak their mind, and to eat cookies like the Cookie Monster, with crumbs all over their chins and chests.
(May, 2010) In this beautifully animated clip from Dirt! The Movie, Wangari Maathai tells an inspiring tale of doing the best you can under seemingly interminable odds.
(September, 2015) Actress Tembi Locke shares a love story that began outside a gelato shop in Italy. A story of passion, caregiving, grief and deep, soulful love. (10:21)
(November, 2016) “Kwanzaa Celebration” is a catchy song that will have us dancing, singing, and learning all about the celebration of family, community, and culture. Illustrated with simple, playful animation.
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