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So Huff Post has joined with Laurie and every Friday afternoon, just in time for dinner, our editors highlight one of the most compelling news stories of the week -- stories that will spark a lively discussion among the whole family.

: If you've heard about "Occupy Wall Street," but aren't sure what it is, you're not alone.

), to the more recent gay rights advocacy, peaceful protests have always had their place in American history.

What's been fascinating about OWS, is that sites like Twitter and Facebook have made it possible to spread massive amounts of OWS awareness.

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Do you know what your mom and dad's first jobs were? Do you know what was going on in the world when you were born? family dinners offer a great opportunity for meaningful discussions about the day's news.

"Dinner," she says, "is as much about digestible conversation as it is about delicious food." We couldn't agree more.

It is precisely this knowledge -- the knowledge of where grandma and grandpa came from, what their jobs were, where they lived -- that helps to build resilience and self-esteem in kids. Do you know what countries your ancestors are from?