- Geographic Location: North America
- Languages: English, French
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wit and wisdom
I'm passionate about:
Film, Education, Yoga, Culinary Arts, Music, Anthropology, Writing, World Travel (in a non-colonizing way), Honest Journalism, Theater, Activism, Social Justice, the Great Outdoors
15 posts | Thursday, June 11, 2009 11:10 AM
Actions that Change the World
Hundreds of simple everyday actions improve our environment and health. We Are What We Do is a movement that aims to inspire people to change the world one small action at a time. View their list of basic actions and commit to taking action today! --English
Send an SOS!
Sign the Save Our Seed (SOS) Petition and keep native and organically-grown seeds free of genetically modified organisms! --English, French, Spanish
Save the Earth
What would you do if you were the President of the European Nations? In this game, tackle climate change while, at the same time, maintaining popular support and remaining in office. Are you up for the challenge? --English
Reduce Your Pollution
Make a commitment to reduce pollution. Change your everyday and long-term behavior. Commit to Rachel Carson Legacy Challenge and lessen your ecological footprint. --English
Strip off your clothes and turn your body into a political tool. Bare what your mother gave you and stand witness for peace! -- English
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A woman dying of cancer is wrapped in another woman's arms. Behind them, incinerators belch out dark clouds of smoke. Nearby, a one-breasted woman carries a placard reading: "The power to heal is in our hands!" In a corner, a dewy-eyed girl holds another with a simple plea: "Mamma died of cancer -- don't poison me too!"
Featured Community Voice: Anya Kandel, Momentus International
Anya Kandel, founder and creative director of Momentus International, is sparking a global conversation among youth. Working with young people in California, Ghana and the Netherlands, her organization provides a creative space for them to communicate with and empower one another through the universal language of the arts.