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Teaching Entrepreneurship to Children and Prisoners

Teaching Entrepreneurship to Children and Prisoners

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"They Were Training Me to Be a Robot Doctor"

Like many other young and upcoming doctors in America, Dr. Kat found herself facing burnout after working endless hours and pushing pills to 20 patients a day.
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The Gladys Gonzalez Story: A Tale of Redemption Only Possible in the U.S.

The Gladys Gonzalez Story: A Tale of Redemption Only Possible in the U.S.

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Casey Jones (2)

Casey Jones (2)

And now we bring you the tale of Casey Jones, the famous railroad engineer who died with one hand on the whistle, and the other on the break. Here to separate fact from legend, is Daniel French.
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