There are 300 million children in the world who do not have shoes.. The My 360 Project is changing that through innovation. As far as the shoes go, this non-profit organization does not want to buy the shoes. They want to teach locals around the world how to become sustainable with their own cobbler business. Experts teach people how to build the shoe and then they build them for the My 360 Project. Volunteers deliver the shoes to poor communities around the world. Through community, a seed of hope is planted into the lives of others. This non-profit is about sustainability, community, and economy. With Darryl Carnly, CEO, My 360 Project.
NASA is in Greenland!! Josh Willis, Principal Investigator with NASA explores ice melt and warming oceans by day. His NASA mission is to study where the oceans meet the ice. OMG!! Oceans Melting Greenland is his day expedition. At night he journeys into the nightlife of theater to share the research using comedy and song. What kinds of songs you ask? Elvis songs. Josh Willis IS Climate Elvis by night. He rocks and rolls to Climate Rock!
Richard East, also known as Van Cat Meow, is a nomad from Tasmania. He and his cat Willow travel around Australia in a van. “I didn’t know where I fit in the world. If you’d asked me when I was ten what I’d be doing in twenty years’ time, I suspect my answer would have been exactly this. Exploration and adventure — the kinds of things we lose sight of as we’re thrown into adulthood.”
Through the use of words and movement, Elaine Muray immerses the audience in a unique and intense performance of narrative communications. Elaine recalls the times in her life that she encountered different characters coming into her father’s barber shop. She listened to their stories and then began developing her own characters based on those experiences. She has inspired people of all generations with a storytelling experience.
Human Rights. What is our global obligation?
My experiences have left me with questions. Whom do we honor and whom do we fight for as a global society?
I did not wake any Saturday or Sunday except to FUNERAL BELLS.
WHERE DO WE BEGIN?
I grew up fairly sheltered and sort of privileged and hadn’t actually confronted death. How do I grapple with my reality when I am witness to some very harsh realities?
Somehow I have to honor the histories that I have become WITNESS to.