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Very Biggest Questions

Very Biggest Questions

Sahar Baharloo

Overview

The Greene Space is excited to present Very Biggest Questions – a series of lively conversations on the topics that keep us up at night. What will kill us all? Do our pets love us? Why is the body 98.6 degrees?

Each show will tackle a single question with a team of guests, reported stories, performances and audience participation. Come for the facts, stay for the conversation. Who knows where it will lead? Probably, to a lot more questions. 

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Why Are We All So Angry Right Now?

Very Biggest Questions

Host Angélique Roché (Marvel, NBC News) invites you to a dynamic investigation of anger and our cultural moment, and tackles this very big question with the help of Color Of Change President Rashad Robinson, psychologist and neural scientist Jay Van Bavel, composer Miriam Elhajli and author Tim Wu.

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Is tech deleting everyday human connections?

Very Biggest Questions

Join us as we examine the effects that the internet has on our day-to-day human interactions, and what we’re trading for that convenience, hosted by Journalist Angélique Roché (NBC News, Syfy Wire, Marvel).

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What does it mean to be a good person?

Very Biggest Questions

We’ll dig into different perspectives on what it means to be “good”, then whether and how it’s possible to live our values both in our personal and public lives in a consumer-based world, hosted by Journalist Angélique Roché (NBC News, Syfy Wire, Marvel).

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