By Theodore Roosevelt Malloch. Business leaders have been deeply impressed by the research of scholars on the role of social capital in our personal and professional lives. But in this timely book, Theodore Malloch argues that spiritual capital provides businesses with people with the strong personal convictions, moral scruples and spiritual discipline that yield success. Malloch shows how spiritual capital encourages the virtues of compassion, forgiveness, perserverence, patience, courage, humility and self control that a healthy market requires.
Alternately loved and reviled, Eugene Victor Debs was a passionate labor leader, a progressive political figure, and a formidable speaker in a time of great change in the United States. Explore Debs' story, from his early years in Terre Haute, Indiana, to the nationwide Pullman Strike in 1894, to his five runs for President of the United States.
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In Endless Song: 20 Years of the Indianapolis Children's Choir - Singers in the Indianapolis Children’s Choir, the largest children's choir program in the country, are from all different socioeconomic backgrounds. But, they have one thing in common. They all love to sing, and through the instruction they receive, they sing beautifully.
The landscape of rural Indiana is punctuated by hundreds, maybe thousands, of old wooden barns.
Each of these barns has a story to tell. It begins long agoin an ancient forest, where virgin timber was cut by hand, then shapedintomassive wooden beams. The story continues as those beams are lifted into place, and the barn begins to serve its noble purpose.
Search and Rescue Preserving Indiana's Rural Heritage explores the preservation of artifacts from the environment of prehistoric times, actual techniques in practice in the adaptive reuse of rural buildings today, and the strengths of community in rural life. From the restoration of log barns, to transportation by canal, to antique agricultural practices at the Indiana State Fair's Pioneer Village, we meet the folks that find satisfaction and inspiration in exploring and preserving our rural heritage.
The role of homemaker is one of the most valuable, yet frequently least valued positions in American society. Rich Lives explores the world of 20th century homemakers, in a stage presentation by Rita Kohn based upon an oral history compiled by Eleanor Arnold. Arnold crafted Voices of American Homemakers from interviews with more than 200 women in the mid-20th century. The women interviewed shared their experiences, values and deep feelings about their lives and the changing world they were living. They revealed homemaking as a universal experience distinguished from housekeeping by the caring and love with which it’s done.
This initial staging of Rich Lives was presented at the Indiana State Fair Pioneer Village Opry House in 2010.
Reviving the Spirit: The Story of Martindale-Brightwood illuminates the rich history of this northeast side neighborhood and captures the determination of today’s residents to maintain the pride and stability that have long been the hallmarks of their community. In recent years, Martindale-Brightwood residents have rallied together and developed a new vision for their community — a plan designed to help children, lower crime, improve incomes and revitalize housing.
America is at a crossroad. Confronted with new global conflicts and shifting political and economic fortunes, many in the United States are questioning if American values are still relevant in today's globalized, high-tech world.
But there are others who are leading a transformation in American culture. They are pioneers who are generating a sense of community, as well as a resurgence of American virtues. Renewing American Culture: The Pursuit of Happiness is a locally-produced one-hour special that looks at how innovative leaders are connecting the notions of commerce and community to unleash prosperity in America and throughout the world.
In the summer of 2012, 32 Hoosier volunteers, including 28 rural electric linemen, traveled to a remote mountain area of Guatemala. Their mission: to bring electricity to three villages located in beautiful, but treacherous terrain near the Mexican border. The Indiana Statewide Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives organized the largest volunteer contingent ever to participate in a decades-long initiative by the NRECA International Foundation help developing countries connect their citizens to the power grid.
Behind the scenes journey of five pleinaire painters as they attempt to capture the natural beauty of all 92 counties in Indiana.