The Declaration Of Interdependence

Author: Tara Cullis
Editor: Greystone Books Ltd
ISBN: 155365546X
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The "Declaration of Interdependence"---an enlightening creed and passionate call to action---was composed by David Suzuki and a team of activists in anticipation of the United Nations' Earth Summit in 1992. This persuasive statement of environmental principles provides a vision for the survival of the planet and directs humanity towards "a new politics of hope" that supports connection and interdependence. In this exquisitely designed edition, each phrase of this powerful creed is strikingly illuminated by artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas. With an inspiring essay by Suzuki and an informative afterword by Tara Cullis, The Declaration of Interdependence celebrates the history and aspirations of an environmental movement.

A Declaration Of Interdependence

Author: Harry Allen Overstreet
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Declaration Of Interdependence Advocate Poetically

Author: J.S. Christian
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1665504978
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Declaration of Interdependence: Advocate Poetically! is a poetic compilation of talking points on timely challenging subject matter. It is altogether expressions of Alternate History, Dark Humor and art. Declarations ... Advocate Poetically! can also be viewed as proverbial reflections on topics which may be too difficult to discuss otherwise. It steps around political correctness straight into what "Plotters" and “Insiders" do. Declarations of Interdependence; Advocate Poetically! is in places set against the dystopian backdrop of a pandemic, election year and the worldwide social justice unrest pertaining thereto. Declarations' voices wax poetic while everyone else shouts. Voices vary toward same goals of Unity and for civility to reign over discord. Fictitious scenarios with public domain photos are woven together to enhance some expressions. None are intended to imply endorsement; just bring art to life. Subjects range from the complexities of political protests to the more light hearted “Chocolate for President”. Declaration steps into the fray of divisive topics giving proverbial poetic script for dialogue. It states sides - without taking sides. While the poetic voices are fictitious, the subjects may ring true for many in the reading audience. Or not. A wide range of voices are heard in Declarations; mostly human. The Declarations compilation is divided into six books by topics; Unity, Schools, Mental 'Wealth', Enforcement, Veterans and Love. Most voices are human. In Book III an obscured tree appreciates ”Quin-tree-esential” acknowledgement while disgruntled “Furniture” join a protest. The people, animals and inanimates excluded were not purposely left out. BLM “Resolution” depiction is not intended as an affront to whomever is their equal and opposite. “Chosen Outfits” in Book IV Enforcement likely agree with voice of "Comply". Viewpoints dapple in alternate history topics like education injustices and hate crimes in “Carlsbad Decree Lament”. Plights of Native Americans are expressed in “Nothing New for Sioux” . The final Declarations are for love; from the romantic and detailed "Making Love" to "Love 4 Country". Declaration speaks to an interdependently diverse audience by poetically looking through lenses of both the observer and observed. “Just in Case” and “Swimming Lessons” cry out for educational accountability. While the “Hearty Farmer” simply could care less. In agreement or not, we are interdependently bound together in the United States of America. Declaration of Interdependence; Advocate Poetically! provides poetic encounters we may not have the opportunity to experience otherwise. Declaration... gives audiences voices of reflective experiences. It offers empathetic insight along its poetic way from Unity to Love. Enjoy!

A Declaration Of Interdependence

Author: Robert G. Edwards
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This book is for the inquisitive persons who are not too sure how as humans they appeared on this planet and what they ought to do with their existence. It is for people who fear being ostracized and stigmatized for not being believers in established religious dogma. It is for persons whose fear of death shapes their lives. By pulling together the thoughts of past and living human of intelligence' he shapes a philosophy for interdependent living in our world, free from theological shackles. The author illustrates that the development of science and philosophy progress hand-in-hand.

A Declaration Of Interdependence

Author: Will Hutton
Editor: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393325607
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Arguing that the world is an interdependent place already, the author argues for a greater U.S. engagement with the world--one that seeks to strengthen and build international law. Reprint. 10,000 first printing.

Declaration Of Interdependence

Author: James Naumburg Rosenberg
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The Educational Revolution

Author: Kåre Nissen
Editor: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 8743081452
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In 70,000 years, we have reshaped Earth's biology twice. First, we killed all the megafauna on the planet, and then we planted and domesticated everything, including ourselves. We upgraded ourselves from believing to knowing, dethroned God, and did put ourselves on the throne, inherited the earth, and a responsibility that we and our closest ancestors have never taken seriously. We have enough to eat and no one eats us anymore. Our only enemy is our own lack of knowledge of who and what we and our neighbors really are. We need a revolution so that we can learn that there is space and need for everyone and that there is really nothing to be afraid of. We need an educational revolution.

One City

Author: Ethan Nichtern
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0861717368
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What you wear. What you say. What you think/ignore/buy/don't buy... Welcome to One City-Population: Everyone-where EVERYTHING you do matters. You've lived here your whole life, whether you know it or not. Ethan Nichtern, the charismatic and creative force behind New York's upstart Interdependence Project is your guide to the beauty that is everywhere in the urban jungle-in the rattling of subway trains, the screechings of traffic, the hum and drone of millions scurrying for work, food, sustenance, art, culture, and meaning. There may be no greater setting for exploring the great truth that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. expounded: "Whatever effects one directly, effects all indirectly." One City melds Dr. King's message with modern Buddhist wisdom to offer a new way of understanding what binds us all together-no matter where we are, no matter who. With its pop-culture savvy, humor, and literary liveliness, One City will speak to--and even, it's fair to say, help define--the spiritually-inclined, conscious Next Generation.

A Declaration Of Interdependence

Author: Council for Secular Humanism
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A Declaration Of Interdependence

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America Awake

Author: Thomas Jefferson
Editor: Daynal Institute Press
ISBN: 1935187074
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In these letters to Americans and the citizens of the world, Jefferson is, as always, a radical and visionary idealist. He has returned for this critical time of decision to reawaken and revive the ailing soul of America.

The Featherbone Principle

Author: Charles E. Whalen (Jr.)
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U S Dancemakers A Declaration Of Interdependence

Author: Sarah Marie Wilbur
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ABSTRACT OF THE DISSERTATION U.S. Dance Makers: A Declaration of Interdependence by Sarah Marie Wilbur Doctor of Philosophy in Culture and Performance Studies University of California, Los Angeles, 2016 Professor Susan Leigh Foster, Committee Chair Who makes a dance? While no method of studying cultural production can possibly include all the people, practices, and procedures that "make" artistic works possible, dance scholars have yet to centralize dance's infrastructural politics as a topic of research in its own right. My dissertation project looks at dance "making" -- the resourcing, staging, and legitimization of dance performance -- as the product of multiple agents and agencies. To flesh out how dance is practically produced through a dynamic network of intermediaries, I combine archival accounts of federal arts policy production at the US National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) with ethnographic research and interviews with lifelong dance "makers," a large group that includes NEA senior leadership, administrators, citizen advisors, and NEA funded dance presenters, managers, booking agents, artists, and organizers. This emphasis on dance's many authorial agents protests modernist understandings of the choreographer-as-autonomous producer of dance "texts" through a situated review of how people collectively fashion authorizing rhetorics, programs, and procedures at the NEA and in local, NEA supported dance contexts. I trade close interpretive analysis of dance texts for a processual account of infrastructural "norms" and local translations across the agency's fifty-year lifespan. By studying dance policy and production enactments together in their cultural situatedness, we can start to notice how institutions function as living infrastructures, shaped by people with differential investments in dance practice and performance. Such an embodied epistemology of infrastructure offers a new topic and frontier of research, driven squarely from the domain of dance studies, with implications across dance, arts, humanities and policy discourse. My project is organized across the NEA's fifty year history of arts resourcing, regulation, and research by way of three infrastructural movements that I define here in italics. Chapter One addresses how early policy "makers" proceeded to negotiate an influx of economic resourcing through an agency-wide strategy of expansion by partition during the NEA's first fifteen years of policy production (1965-1980). Chapter Two analyzes the agency's most massive period of regulation and defunding, known in conventional histories as the so-called "Arts Wars" (1980-1996) to detail infrastructural pressures and regulations that instituted a support system rooted in redistribution and artist estrangement. Chapter Three details efforts to champion art and artists as tools for achieving non-arts policy goals from the turn of the 21st century to the present as a hyper-instrumental turn strongly influenced by governmental rationalism and capital development as political endgames of US federal government writ large. In each chapter I also weigh how NEA funded dance grantees negotiate these changes, in practice. What results is a theory of infrastructure as a living social exercise animated by people with differential investments in the production and distribution of dance.

Convivialist Manifesto

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Declaration Of Interdependence

Author: Janet Wong
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781468191912
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Acclaimed poet Janet Wong is known for her eclectic range of topics, and this collection is no exception. Twenty poems explore liberty, kids' rights, free speech, political debates, unusual presidential candidates, the two-party system, voting, the electoral college, and more. "A Voter's Journal" appears at the end of the book, featuring a dozen writing prompts and a discussion guide with space for journal entries. These poems are simple enough for a second grader to understand, yet complex enough to start interesting discussions among people of all ages. An author's note urges readers to "look around, read the news, talk about what's going on in the world, vote (or encourage people to vote)-and take the initiative to contribute, in your own best way." This is a perfect gift for a new voter or for a classroom teacher to use during the election season. Readers of all ages are encouraged to post their thoughts about voting and politics at TheDeclarationofInterdependenceBlog.blogspot.com. Here is the poem "Liberty" Liberty I pledge acceptance of the views, so different, that make us America To listen, to look, to think, and to learn One people sharing the earth responsible for liberty and justice for all.

International Educational And Cultural Exchange

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Declaration Of Independence And Interdependence

Author: Henry Drummond-Wolff
Editor: New York, Hutchinson
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Declaration Of Interdependence

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Congressional Record

Author: United States. Congress
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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)

One Nation Many Peoples

Author: New York (State). Social Studies Review and Development Committee
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