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The Longest Walk 2008 (1 Members)
The Longest Walk 2008
The Longest Walk 2 is a five-month long trans-continental journey on foot from San Francisco, CA to Washington, D.C. to bringing attention to issues of environmental injustice, protection of sacred sites, cultural survival, youth empowerment, and eroding Native American rights.

The Longest Walk 2 follows two routes, a Northern and a Southern one that will cover more than 8,000 miles in total, stopping each evening in communities along...
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Support a Children's Home in Tanzania (2 Members)
Support a Children's Home in Tanzania
Boona Baana Center for Children's Rights is a grassroots organization based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Our main project is a children's home for ten children, aged 7 to 15, who have been orphaned or abandoned. Few of the kids have any identifiable family members and all have lost both their parents. They live together in a family environment with Tanzanian houseparents and their three chiildren. Everyone is provided with housing, nutrition, clot...
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Black {Canadian} History Month (2 Members)
Black {Canadian} History Month
February is black history month so we gone talk about my people here who few are talking about.I grew up in Kenya with refugees from Somalia,Ethiopia,Sudan,Rwanda,Uganda & my people from Eritrea & not to mention all the 40+ tribes in Kenya & so with all the cultures here in Toronto these brother is at home except that to other people I am just another black man. We do have a melting pot in Canada but yet all the other races still look at us Black...
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Street Youth Creative Art Initiative
Street Youth Creative Art Initiative
Creative Art Initiative supporting street youth at The Mustard Seed shelter.
Mary James Records provides opportunities for street youth to practice creative arts in a safe enviornment.
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Black history month
Black history month
Black History month was started by a black man who noticed how little they talked about black people in America & whenevr they did black was seen as bad or negative,which explians why some are still asking if America is ready for a "black" president 200+ years after slavery ended.

This month we are supposed to look back so as to learn from the past so we can move forward.Africa is stuck in the past because we don't talk about th...
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Make Noise (1 Members)
Make Noise
Make Noise
Contact an MP, MPP, City Councilor.
Believe it or not, making noise can create positive change in our communities. Unfortunately creating change through government can be painfully slow and bureaucratic. That being said, it doesn’t mean that letting them know how you feel won’t make a difference. These elected officials are supposed to be responsible for the people and answer to the people, so in essence they work for us!!...
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4REAL Kenya Benefit - Spread the Word (6 Members)
4REAL Kenya Benefit - Spread the Word
4REAL is holding a 4REAL Kenya Benefit next Monday in Vancouver to connect with the issues and contribute to some REAL solutions.

Please help us spread the word to people you know who live in Vancouver.

Date: Monday, Feb 11th, 2008 @ 5:30 - 9 pm

Location: Cinema 319, 319 Main St., Vancouver

Cost: $20 (or pay what you can)

RSVP: To RSVP, click on the icon below, or email party@4REAL.com
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African Art Action for AIDS in Africa (3 Members)
African Art Action for AIDS in Africa
This summer Africville teams up with the Stephen Lewis Foundation on a nation-wide tour bringing Africa's beauty to the forefront of the battle against HIVAIDS. Africville is the only Indigenous sculptor owned and operated Shona Stone Sculpture business in the world. Chaka Chikodzi represents over 200 Zimbabwean sculptors through his business Africville.

This summer Chikodzi is bringing three young sculptors to Canada to offer them...
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Support "Shout Out" and Women Writers of Color (5 Members)
Support "Shout Out" and Women Writers of Color
File this under blatant self promotion, but thankfully it's for a good cause:

Check out this new book that just came out in January titled "Shout Out: Women of Color Respond to Violence."

An excerpt from my memoir has just been published in this powerful anthology by Seal Press.

"Shout Out" features essays, poems and artwork by...
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Free Rice Game - Donate 20 grains of rice for each correct word (4 Members)
Free Rice Game - Donate 20 grains of rice for each correct word
By participating in the FreeRice vocabulary game, rice rations from the WFP (World Food Programme) are being donated to Myanmar refugees in Bangladesh.
The next groups of people to benefit from this award winning website will be Cambodians, Nicaraguans, and Ugandans.
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