The human brain is made of billions of neurons, cells with long branch-shaped projections that convey electrical and chemical information to power every function of the body. Every neuron works in harmony, but they never physically connect. Instead, two neurons communicate by passing neurotransmitters across tiny gaps between the cells. This structure is known as a synapse.
Our goal is to bridge the synapse that separates every member of the Louisville community.
We see entitlement as a backdrop of major events, a state of mind of influential people. Martin Luther King Jr. had a (rightful) entitlement to free speech, leading to the greatest civil rights movement in history. However, entitlement in common usage has negative connotations. This episode of Synapse examines the dark and light side of entitlement.
Thanks to Noah Ramsey for narration help!
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