1. The Human Right to Water

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    Water is essential to human life. Yet, almost three-quarters of a billion people around the world lack clean drinking water. Safe, affordable water: basic need, basic right. http://www.uusc.org/water Script: Jessica Atcheson Animation and Editing: Eric Grignol Music: Guitars & Pianos by Erwin Steijlen

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    • Free to be Bullied

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      • 2015 Global Gathering

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        Create Justice: Do. Think. Be. Come to the Global Gathering where millennials will gather to create strategies for social justice and sustainable development. Learn from an international leadership team and collaborate with other like minded people to help us eradicate physical and spiritual poverty. amor.org/Cienega

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        • Miguelito y sus carnales contra los monstruos

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          En un lugar donde todas las personas ruedan Miguelito enfrenta monstruos increibles. In a place where all people roll Miguelito faces great monsters

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          • FRESC | Good Jobs, Strong Communities

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            FRESC's mission is to build power to ensure that our economy and political system work for all Colorado residents, especially low income people, communities of color and immigrants. We create this change by engaging unions, workers, faith communities and neighborhoods to advance innovative policy solutions. To learn more visit: http://fresc.org

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            • Professor Joseph Fahey Ph.D. LMU Lecture - Adjunct Justice and Student Learning- March 11th, 2014

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              On March 12th and 13th, 2014 students and faculty at Loyola Marymount University came together for a very productive conversation on adjunct justice on our own campus. This two-day event featured a lecture given by Dr. Joseph Fahey, Professor of Religious Studies at Manhattan University and co-founder of Catholic Scholars for Worker Justice, and panel discussions in which LMU adjuncts spoke on the effects that adjunct working conditions have on LMU. Here is some biographical information about Dr. Fahey: Dr. Joseph Fahey is a Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Manhattan College, a Lasallian Catholic college, where he teaches courses in Christian social ethics, Catholic social teaching, and peace and labor studies. A graduate of Maryknoll Seminary, Dr. Fahey received his Ph.D. from New York University. He is co-founder of Pax Christi, USA Peace. He has served on the international Council of Pax Christi International, the National Councils of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, The Peace Studies Association, and the Consortium on Peace Research, Education, and Development. Dr. Fahey has also served at the United Nations as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) representative for the University Center for Peace Research (Vienna), and as an Arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association. Dr. Fahey is a co-founder and Chair of Catholic Scholars for Worker Justice.

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              • “Because of One” :: Mar 16 @middlechurch

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                “Because of One” music by Tina Lear Kelly Bales and Xiaoqing Zhang, duet To learn more about Middle Church and our Art & Soul Worship Celebration visit: http://www.middlechurch.org

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                • “So Abram Went” :: Mar 16 @middlechurch

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                  “So Abram Went” Jim Kast-Keat and Jes Kast-Keat SCRIPTURE: Genesis 12.1–4 (http://bible.oremus.org/?ql=262256723) To learn more about Middle Church and our Art & Soul Worship Celebration visit: http://www.middlechurch.org

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                  • Afrolatino Arts Education Project: Planning Stage (Seattle 2013)

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                    Monica Rojas (Project Director, originally from Peru [monicamrojas.com], and director of the DE CAJóN Project [decajonproject.org]) reached out to five other artist leaders representing five different nationalities and artistic communities in Seattle (Sharon Cronin, Puerto Rico, Grupo Bayano; Silvio Dos Reis, ICAF-Seattle, Brazil; Iris Viveros, Mexico, Seattle Fandango Project and Guelaguetza; Ricardo Güity, Honduras, Hagucha Garinagu-Garifuna Roots; and Bobby Smith, Cuba, Todo Folklore Cubano) early 2013 to come together and plan a month-long season of arts education events highlighting the contributions of people of African descent in Latin America and the Spanish Caribbean. With the support of a Matching Fund from the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods we conducted four community forums in different parts of Seattle to brainstorm as a community what we would like to see implemented in an Afrolatino arts education event. The response was overwhelming. We reached about 500 community members and collected information from the forums, surveys and interviews with elders and key informants. This video provides a general overview of that planning stage, shows scenes from all 4 community forums and interviews with some planning artists and key informants. With the research collected we are now ready to implement the calendar of events for 2014 while we form a non-for-profit organization called MÁS - Movimiento Afrolatino Seattle

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                    • “Prayer Is the Soul’s Sincere Desire” :: Mar 16 @middlechurch

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                      “Prayer Is the Soul’s Sincere Desire” music by Mark Rehnstrom Tami Petty, soprano To learn more about Middle Church visit:
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