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  • In the first season finale of The Team - Zimbabwe, an injured Pablo prepares himself for the most important performance of his life in front of the Big City Bullets professional footballers. Everyone in town has come to watch the game. Pablo and Beans will try to reconcile their differences in favor of the team, while Tari gets a visit from a former love.
  • ... haven for the types of communication, understanding and healing for those among us who are suffering from the wounds of war in one ... also offered two free workshops, "The Soul of Community in Healing from the War," and "Women Witnessing the War," both focusing on how ...
  • U.S. Marine Sergeant Christian Ellis was a machine gunner in Iraq, whose platoon was ambushed, leaving him with a broken back and only one of a few survivors. Ellis returned home to join millions of Americans who struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder. He inspired the first opera about the Iraq war -- "Fallujah" -- with a score composed by Tobin Stokes, a libretto by...

  • "Moving On: Preparing and Healing " explores how the choice of palliative care and the implementation of ...
  • The border wall is a scar on the California landscape, but a string of wildlife refuges along the line show a different landscape is possible.
  • Creating billions of artificial red blood cells in the lab to replace donations, the dressing that creates a vaccuum to heal wounds more quickly and the peanut farmers in Haiti working to beat malnutrition in young children.
  • ... on the Iraq War. Artbound documentary " Fallujah: Art, Healing , and PTSD " explores how the experience of war was transformed ... offers a more enlightened approach: “Art therapy shows promise as a means of treating hard-to-treat symptoms of combat-related ...
  • ... the culture of violence into an aesthetic site of healing ? [scald=74949:kl_image_original_context ... we necessarily make about violence in order to talk about healing , which is kind of like needing to step over the bodies to make room ... the culture of violence into an aesthetic site of healing ? If, as Jen Hofer states, all literature is translation, then perhaps ...
  • ... inform and support people everywhere in engaging in healing the ecosystem. I think of trees as acupuncture needles to be used especially for healing people, communities and cities. Sarah Dougherty: Because ...
  • Ruvo Center, Las Vegas, NV by Frank Gehry, (LA); Yale University Health Services Building, New Haven, CT by Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam (Atlanta); Health Sciences Education Building, Phoenix, AZ by CO Architects, (LA).

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