Audio and video of the Slate 60.

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Nov. 22 2006 4:34 PM

Listening to the Slate 60

Audio and video from our recent conference.

Slate is pleased to offer audio and video from the recent Slate 60 Conference on Innovative Philanthropy, held at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum in Little Rock, Ark. Click on the audio links below *  to play or download MP3 audio of each session. Click on the video launch module where available to launch Slate's video player. Click here to read a series of articles that accompanied the conference. Click here to read the 2005 Slate 60.

Sunday, Nov. 12, 2006
Remarks by Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg
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Monday, Nov. 13, 2006
"What I've Learned"
William Gates Sr. in conversation with Michael Kinsley
William Gates Sr., Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Michael Kinsley, founding editor, Slate, and editor, GuardianAmerica, American Web site of the Guardian of London
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Giving in Your Own Backyard
Moderator: Emily Bazelon, Slate
Stephanie Blank, Blank Family Foundation
Judith McHale, Discovery Communications
Joe Robert, J.E. Robert Company, Fight for Children
Ralph Smith, Annie E. Casey Foundation
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Partnerships That Work
Steve Case in conversation with Jane Wales
Steve Case, Case Foundation
Jane Wales, World Affairs Council of Northern California
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Planetary Philanthropy
Ted Turner in conversation with Jacob Weisberg
Ted Turner, the U.N. Foundation
Jacob Weisberg, Slate
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Luncheon With Remarks by President William J. Clinton
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Philanthropy in the Public Square
Moderator: E.J. Dionne, the Washington Post
Steven Kirsch, Steven and Michele Kirsch Foundation
Adam Meyerson, the Philanthropy Roundtable
Justin Rockefeller, Generation Engage
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Investing for Impact
Moderator: Jeffrey Brown, Senior Correspondent, The NewsHour
Josh Bekenstein, New Profit Inc.
Mario Morino, Venture Philanthropy Partners
Sheryl Sandberg, Google Inc.
Bobby Shriver, (PRODUCT) RED
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The Next Era of Corporate Philanthropy
Larry Page in conversation with Kathy Bushkin
Kathy Bushkin, the U.N. Foundation
Larry Page, Google Inc.
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TODAY IN SLATE

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Blacks Don’t Have a Corporal Punishment Problem

Americans do. But when blacks exhibit the same behaviors as others, it becomes part of a greater black pathology. 

I Bought the Huge iPhone. I’m Already Thinking of Returning It.

Scotland Is Just the Beginning. Expect More Political Earthquakes in Europe.

Lifetime Didn’t Think the Steubenville Rape Case Was Dramatic Enough

So they added a little self-immolation.

Two Damn Good, Very Different Movies About Soldiers Returning From War

Medical Examiner

The Most Terrifying Thing About Ebola 

The disease threatens humanity by preying on humanity.

Students Aren’t Going to College Football Games as Much Anymore, and Schools Are Getting Worried

The Good Wife Is Cynical, Thrilling, and Grown-Up. It’s Also TV’s Best Drama.

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