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EHTP By Architecture for Humanity, New York
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For the interior redesign of the EHTP facilities, AFHny offered pro-bono design services with the goal of working with the students, staff and teaching volunteers to envision newly enhanced spaces... More > for learning efficiency and experience.< Less
EHTP By Architecture for Humanity, New York
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For the interior redesign of the EHTP facilities, AFHny offered pro-bono design services with the goal of working with the students, staff and teaching volunteers to envision newly enhanced spaces... More > for learning efficiency and experience.< Less
The {Post-Sandy} Neighborhood Assessment Project By Architecture for Humanity New York Chapter
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Data gathering is essential in any post-disaster situation, first to understand the needs and then to coordinate response efforts. In the weeks following Hurricane Sandy, Architecture for Humanity's... More > New York Chapter gathered and trained hundreds of volunteers in community field assessments in neighborhoods throughout New York City. The interviews and information gathered were documented in this Neighborhood Assessment Report. This report highlights the true needs existing within New York City's coastal communities, and has assisted Architecture for Humanity's Reconstruction and Resiliency Studio in the development of an appropriate response program.< Less
New Human By Brad Johnson
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After 15 years of seclusion, one of the world’s most gifted empaths and mystics known as Elisa Chambers awakes to a new cause: bringing one that is consumed within the shadows of his own greed... More > and ignorance into the light. Through divine guidance, she accepts the task of helping this one through a whole new path that awaits him. The skeptic publisher known as Anderson Bailey is not an easy challenge. To accomplish this task, Elisa convinces Anderson to take a sacred journey through realms beyond the physical. Accessing Anderson’s own akashic records to see exactly what he has been and what he may destined to become if he fails to change his ways. Elisa takes Anderson even deeper past the akashic. Anderson learns more about the true nature of the galaxy, the mechanics of the universe and the opportunity to completely re-connect with creation itself.< Less
The New Human By DeAnne Hampton
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The New Human is a timely work written with the implicit intent to provide a foundation of understanding about the humanity we are part of today, as well as a template to radically change our way of... More > being and interacting in the world. For a new world to be born on planet Earth, one of peace, harmony, inclusivity and love, these virtues of the heart must first be born within each individual. The New Human provides the instant comprehension of our individual responsibility to step out from the conditions of limitation and fear and into the freedom of becoming empowered representatives of a new world.< Less
The New Human By DeAnne Hampton
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The New Human is a timely work written with the implicit intent to provide a foundation of understanding about the humanity we are part of today, as well as a template to radically change our way of... More > being and interacting in the world. For a new world to be born on planet Earth, one of peace, harmony, inclusivity and love, these virtues of the heart must first be born within each individual. The New Human provides the instant comprehension of our individual responsibility to step out from the conditions of limitation and fear and into the freedom of becoming empowered representatives of a new world.< Less
Human? By Sara A. Myers
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It is 2024 and the world is one giant city, the inhabitants moving among the glass skyscrapers with erie precision and monotonous similarity. Candace is one of the few people that avoided domination... More > by the new government, living outside the high city walls. But a foray beyond the city walls leads her into unthinkable peril when she is captured and forced to fight for survival in the stark world of the city. Flashbacks to Candace's young life reveal the crumbling society that led to dictatorial oppression. Her journey within the city takes her into the grasp of a dangerous man who is not what he seems, and Candace must fight for her friends outside the city. But Candace will be forced see things she never thought imaginable, and learns just how subjugated society has become as she struggles to maintain her humanity.< Less
To Be Human By Neal Monroe Griffith
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During the years before the glacial maximum of the last major ice age, areas of southern Europe were inhabited by both Neandertals and more advanced people, often referred to as Cro-Magnon.... More > Neandertal were short stocky people, heavily muscled, adapted for living in cold climates. They were intelligent and adaptable, as their brains were larger than their homo sapiens counterparts. The Cro-Magnons were more technically advanced than their Neandertal brethren. They were taller, slimmer and better suited for warmer climates. However, their intellect and superior technology allowed them to succeed, even when the environmental conditions became progressively harsher. As the ice continued to encroach on their hunting grounds, the Cro-Magnons were forced to move into new areas – some of which were already inhabited by the Neandertals. This meant unequivocal contact between the two species of humans. The account in this book describes how that contact may have played out.< Less
Human(e) Beings By Gil Jawetz
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Gil Jawetz's oil paintings of animals and people have been celebrated in New York magazine, the New York Daily News, Art Basel Miami magazine, the Baltimore Sun, City Paper, and the Urbanite. His... More > first book, Human(e) Beings, collects three shows from 2007 and 2008 in a colorful, vibrant exploration of figurative art. Featuring 38 full-color original works, plus photos, quotes, a list of exhibitions, and a foreword by Mark Whistler. For more information on Gil Jawetz's work, please visit http://www.buskerdog.com< Less
Human Resource Accounting- A New Dimension By Ravindra Tiwari
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This Book proposes new model for Human resource Accounting and also discusses research done in this direction