Go the extra mile
To make more effort than is expected of you:
He’s a nice guy, always ready to go the extra mile for his friends.
1 Eleven thousand years ago
13 feb. 2017
The numbers associated with human sex trafficking are staggering, but the lives of victims and survivors are what stay with us. In this talk, Kanani Titchen M.D. reveals her experiences as a physician whose interactions with trafficked patients opened her eyes to a parallel world previously unseen.
Kanani Titchen MD, is an Adolescent Medicine fellow at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, Bronx, New York. She encountered human sex trafficking for the first time during a gynecologic rotation while in medical school at Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Kanani served as the 2013-2014 President of the American Medical Women’s Association National Resident Division. During her tenure as President, she trained with Girls’ Educational & Mentoring Services in New York City and created an online video tutorial to educate doctors about human sex trafficking.
She has authored numerous articles for medical journals and for the lay press about US child sex trafficking and physician education, and she has advocated for sex trafficking survivors at the United Nations and at the US Department of Health and Human Services.
A 12 minutes searching talk in the video above.
Once upon a time about eleven thousand years ago during the Neolithic Revolution agriculture was invented…
It happens in New York.
It is about human trafficking…
To go the extra mile…
“The eye doesn’t see what the mind doesn’t know.”
A compelling talk about justice and conscience…
You have to do what you have to do
Use the gifts that you have (as explained in the video)
Recognise and acknowledge – Herkennen en erkennen
2 Any fool can make things bigger...
A single detail can change in a blink of an eye your whole experience,
the way you look at something and how you think about an issue.
Go the extra mile.
We need the whole picture – as in the video above.
It is the lesson we learn from Albert Einstein.
Please enjoy the well done Candid Camera below.
A teacher who doesn’t pretend but really cares about his students, even if they are no longer his students…
Leraar ontmoet studenten 20 jaar later
Een leraar die niet doet alsof, maar echt om zijn leerlingen geeft, ook al zijn ze zijn leerlingen niet meer…
10 apr. 2011