The Dream Project has once again picked me up by my collar, shaken me up, and taken the Dream Project team on another adventure. As I write this I am a little woozy from my recent trip to Central America where my Dream Project team and I met with the government of Honduras. While we were there in this tropical climate, we met with the Interim President, the newly inaugurated President, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Catholic Arch Bishop, the… Continue
PEACE PILGRIM-This woman was amazing---what an inspiration!
PEACE PILGRIM had an impact on people as she walked joyfully across the country that will never be adequately expressed. She awakened and inspired many thousands during her twenty-eight year pilgrimage for peace. Those she touched in a personal way carry very special memories--talking, laughing, walking together; listening to pilgrimage stories over the dinner table or while driving her… Continue
With a natural disaster...a 7.0 earthquake, which the Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive said a that the number of deaths could be "well over 100,000 people...leaving many more injured." What can we, the students, teachers, and administrators involved with the Dream Project do to help?
"This is a time when we are reminded of the common humanity we all share," Obama said in televised remarks from the White House this morning.… Continue
ELLEN M. BANNER / THE SEATTLE TIMES Andy Smallman, co-founder of Puget Sound Community School in Seattle,
looks out from his office behind a school logo. He teaches the
school's online class in kindness.
Seattle Times education reporter
If you recently found a shiny gold dollar coin in downtown Bellevue,
thank the kindness class. Ditto if you stumbled upon a piece of glass
art in Pioneer Square, or a lottery ticket… Continue
The pressure of writing a dissertation is most monstrous and unimaginable. Due to inability to handle the ginormous task on their own and deadly threatening time constraint, many people decide to buy a dissertation.
It is neither an easy task to decide where to buy dissertation from nor ask for an advice on it. Judgmental as advisors may be, they regard buying dissertation online unethical which is… Continue
Added by Gaili Jensen on December 21, 2009 at 12:26am —
THE INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELIMINATION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
New York, 25 November 2009
In the ten years since the General Assembly designated 25 November as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, the circle of engagement has widened. More groups and individuals, including men and boys,… Continue
It so bugs when people call me admirable. not that they don't have good intentions, but for me admirable is other, something that is behind a wall. the truth is that anyone can do anything, anything at all! even my parents feel that Jane Goodall is admirable or other. not that she does not deserve all the respect in the whole world, and that she worked hard for years. and... any one can do what they believe in and should. if you think women should be… Continue
Dana and I filmed a twelve-year-old girl, Ceryn, this last weekend at the Artist's Market in Santa Fe, NM. She is the new Executive Director of the Youth Advisory Board. I have never met a person more passionate to change the world than this girl. She truly blows my mind. She's been making crafts (jewelry, framed photographs, bookmarks, and herb pouches to raise money for… Continue
World March for Peace and Nonviolence 2009-2010
Circling the globe in 90 days
The Great March will begin in New Zealand, the easternmost country on Earth, touring 90 countries on the 6 continents, covering a distance of 99,419 miles (160,000 kilometers) by land, sea and air, and concluding three months later in Chile/Argentina, the countries furthest to the west in the Southern Hemisphere. All modes of transport will be used: 40 train… Continue