Sheryl Grant asked, I tried to answer

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Question 1

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This human is really cool. Watch the video and see for yourself!

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She’s here to break down silos and blow your mind.

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The Slowdown

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It began with a tweet: “EVERY DAY IS IGNAZ SEMMELWEIS DAY.”

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Here we are. This is our current reality.

And reality has gotten very, very real.

Noah Geisel

Singing along with the chorus is the easy part. The meat and potatoes are in the Verses. Educator, speaker, connector and risk-taker. @SenorG on the Twitter

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