Another “Hacks for Humanity,” sponsored by Project Humanities at Arizona State University, is coming up soon. It’s a 36-hour hackathon for social good, with participants working on coming up with technologies to address local and global issues. The finished products must embody seven Humanity 101 principles: kindness, compassion, integrity, respect, empathy, forgiveness, and self-reflection. Up to 200 people are expected to participate in the project, taking place October 19 and 20. We hear more from ASU foundation professor Neal Lester, founding director of Project Humanities.
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Former East India Company soldier John Beecham arrives in Delhi determined to reunite his family and hide the identity of his infant son. But what will these secrets cost John and those he loves?
Set in Toronto in the 1920s, a time when women could not become official police officers, the city's only all-female private detective agency takes on the cases the police don't dare touch. "Frankie Drake Mysteries" comes to Arizona PBS airs on Thursdays, starting April 9 at 8 p.m.