I am in India right now. What has impressed me the most is the many ways Indians look. Not at all one standard look, so many combinations. Very similar to Africa in pace and people.
The other thing is the domination of the brown and dark brown masses by the lighter skin Indians. Just like Latin America you only see the more european looking Indians in leading…
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The Source Farm Foundation and Learning Village is a multi-cultural, intergenerational eco-village, located in Johns Town, in the parish of St. Thomas, Jamaica.
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This video says everything.
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Why do we consume, yet we are never satisfied. Dr. Wilson tells why.
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Learn Permaculture at a great price, a great location and with great teachers!
Permaculture Design Certification Course
August 18-30, 2011
Location: Victoria, VA
Participants will learn natural design systems and how to use design tools in problem solving on…Continue
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We now hear a lot about sustainability but not as much about justice. Gaia University has taken steps truly to integrate the two. Gaia U offers degrees of freedom that focus on transforming ourselves and our world. You help design your own action based learning degree program. Not an easy program…Continue
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There is no way to have a sustainable world unless the sustainable movement addresses systemic injustices. If this is not done it is the same old oppressive system only with a green face. It is a fact the people who suffer most from environmental injustice are the same that suffer from social, racial, food and economic injustice.The environment can not be isolated from the rest of humanity.
Many in this movement do not want others to bring up this fact because it is unpleasant,…Continue
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This is great opportunity to put your skills to use or to learn what it takes to become self sufficient.This year we will be doing eco-agriculture, renewable energy, water catchment and eco-construction projects.
This is a land-based, self-reliant community project combining organic crop/food production, ecologically-built shelter,…Continue
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"We were land-based agrarian people from Africa. We were uprooted from Africa, and we spent 200 years developing our culture as black Americans. And then we left the South. We uprooted ourselves and
attempted to transplant this culture to the pavements of the industrialized North. And it was a transplant that did not take. I think if we had stayed in the South, we would have been a stronger people. And because the connection between the South of the 20's, 30's and 40's has been…Continue
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This year we will be doing eco-agriculture, renewable energy, water catchment and eco-construction projects.
This is a land-based, self-reliant community project combining organic crop/food production, ecologically-built shelter, renewable energy, appropriate technologies in a suburban/urban setting.
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