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Posted: May 24, 2017
Gulf Digital News

Children now in charge..?
Gulf Digital News
“By communicating that time at home as a family is our highest priority, you are sending the message that family matters. So many children are in the race to nowhere, trying to add things on to their resume through extracurricular activities with no ...

Posted: May 23, 2017
She feared Moe's manners, slapping and hair pulling, calling
Soundsector.net
So many kids are in the race to nowhere, trying to add things on to their resume through extracurricular activities with no sense of why. They just burn out at 15 years of age.. Celine Replica. Celine Replica Bags Participate or attend the educational ...

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Posted: May 22, 2017
The Sydney Morning Herald

Peter Dutton's demonisation of refugees odious
The Sydney Morning Herald
We've forgotten our humanity in a race to nowhere and are losing a sense of our own self worth. For those sitting in their counting house sniggering with contempt at that statement, be very careful as you are in the crosshairs of a judgmental society ...

Posted: May 22, 2017
The Age

Peter Dutton's demonisation of refugees odious
The Age
We've forgotten our humanity in a race to nowhere and are losing a sense of our own self worth. For those sitting in their counting house sniggering with contempt at that statement, be very careful as you are in the crosshairs of a judgmental society ...

Posted: May 22, 2017
The Sydney Morning Herald

Demonisation of refugees odious
The Sydney Morning Herald
We've forgotten our humanity in a race to nowhere and are losing a sense of our own self worth. For those sitting in their counting house sniggering with contempt at that statement, be very careful as you are in the crosshairs of a judgmental society ...

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Posted: May 21, 2017
The Sydney Morning Herald

Letters 3 not for online
The Sydney Morning Herald
Jessica Irvine is right to highlight the ("Disease at heart of modern capitalism", May 22). There's dis-ease all right. When we start en masse to feel like we are becoming either someone else's unit of profitability or productivity then the plot has ...

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Posted: May 19, 2017
Planet Princeton

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, May 19-21
Planet Princeton
Screening: 'Race to Nowhere' – The 2010 film takes a close-up look at the pressures on today's students. Screening at John Witherspoon Middle School at 2 p.m. on May 21. Filmmaker Vicki Abeles will attend and hold a Q&A session after the film screening.

Posted: May 17, 2017
Town Topics

Screening of “Race to Nowhere” Tackles Stress on Young People
Town Topics
The effects of this pressure-cooker culture are the theme of Race to Nowhere, a film being screened Sunday, May 21 at John Witherspoon Middle School by the organization Princeton Balance. First shown locally seven years ago at the Arts Council of ...

Posted: May 10, 2017
Greenwich Sentinel

'Positive Parenting' Final Session is May 16
Greenwich Sentinel
Synthesizing wisdom from the books Price of Privilege, Beyond Measure, Excellent Sheep, and the video Race to Nowhere, Nancy Sadock will address the pressures to succeed and the toll that it takes on our youth, families, and community. Solutions for ...

Posted: Apr 30, 2017
Tire Review

The Busy Trap: Breaking the Cycle of Not Enough Time
Tire Review
It feels like there's less time, like we're in a race to nowhere. Instead of holding the clock by its hands, making the time for what matters most, we remain on life's treadmill. We are chasing the urgent-yet-unimportant as the minutes slip away and ...