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National Wildlife Refuge Week #seerefuges

October 12, 2014 By: seeta Category: Eco-Justice, Science/Technology, Spirituality

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Dear Esteemed CMP Readers and Treehuggers:

I am excited to finally announce the launch of my Nature & Wildlife Photography website: http://www.spersaud.com. My hope is to inspire reverence for our natural heritage and, in so doing, raise consciousness about the necessity of environmental/wilderness conservation.

This week is also National Wildlife Refuge Week:

National wildlife refuges play a critical role in conserving America’s wildlife legacy. They also play an important role in human communities; by providing healthy habitats for wildlife, refuges improve the air we breathe, the water we drink, and improve soil quality and give protection against flooding in flood-prone areas. Local economies also rely on refuges. Refuge return an average of almost $5 for every $1 appropriated. They offer wonderful opportunities to hunt, fish, hike, and share the outdoors with friends and family. [National Wildlife Refuge Association]

October is a great time to take the kids (little and grown) out to visit a refuge near you. Find a refuge http://1.usa.gov/1odKdvm or an event by you http://1.usa.gov/1bwexLv.

Thanks for visiting. Feedback is ALWAYS welcome!

Sincerely,

Seeta Persaud

Revelations: I Am the Walrus

October 05, 2014 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Arts and Culture, Civil Rights, Eco-Justice, Intersectionality, Spirituality

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Are walrus at risk from climate change?

A mass haul out of 35,000 animals on an Alaska beach doesn’t bode well for the future of wildlife dependent on the Arctic ice

 

Revelations: “We Have to Fight”

September 28, 2014 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Civil Rights, Eco-Justice, Intersectionality, Spirituality

We Are PowerShift 2012 – Winona LaDuke “We have to fight”

 

AN AMENDMENT FOR THE SEVENTH GENERATION, Walter Bresette

The right of citizens of the United States to use and enjoy air, water, wildlife, and other renewable resources determined by the Congress to be common property shall not be impaired, nor shall such use impair their availability for the use of future generations”

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Revelations: “I Will Be a Hummingbird..”

September 14, 2014 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Civil Rights, Eco-Justice, Intersectionality, Spirituality, What People are Doing to Change the World

Wangari Maathai and The Greenbelt Movement

Nobel Peace Prize: The Nobel Lecture (Oslo, December 10, 2004)

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Revelations: Bed Peace ☮ ☮ ☮

July 27, 2014 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Arts and Culture, Civil Rights, Education, Immigration, International Law, Intersectionality, Military Industrial Complex, Spirituality, What People are Doing to Change the World

BED PEACE ☮ ☮ ☮

Directed by Yoko Ono & John Lennon
Starring John Lennon & Yoko Ono
Bag Productions
Copyright © 1969 Yoko Ono Lennon.

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Revelations: For Peace

July 13, 2014 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Arts and Culture, Education, Intersectionality, Military Industrial Complex, Spirituality, What People are Doing to Change the World

Nobel Symphony

Performed by Philip Brunelle and the VocalEssence Chorus with the Minnesota Boychoir and Gustavus Adolphus College Symphony Orchestra. Charles Lazarus, solo trumpet.

Graphics credits: Creative Directors Piotr Szyhalski and Jan Jancourt with students of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design with support from MCAD Design works (c) 2004

(c) 2001 Steve Heitzeg / Stone Circle Music
All rights reserved.

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Revelations: The Pale Blue Dot

June 09, 2014 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Arts and Culture, Eco-Justice, Education, Spirituality, What People are Doing to Change the World

Audiobook, Carl Sagan, h/t @eleaticstranger

Revelations: The Defiance of Flowers

May 25, 2014 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Arts and Culture, Education, Intersectionality, Military Industrial Complex, Spirituality

“War kills people and destroys human creation; but as though mocking war’s devastation, flowers inevitably bloom through its ruins.”

~ from “The First Decoration Day” by David W. Blight, 2011.
The People’s History of Memorial Day,
Zinn Education Project.