A follow up by Maya Enista, Mobilize.org CEO, has confirmed that the 80 Million Strong Summit was a success! TOMORROW, October 1, the House Education and Labor will hold a hearing to examine the impact on declining rate of youth employment … Continue reading
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Tagged 80 Million Strong, 80 million strong coalition, Chairman Miller, house education and labor, http://edlabor.house.gov, Matt Segal, matthew segal, maya enista, Mobilize.org, october 1, october 1st, Youth Unemployment Hearing
Greyston Bakery was founded in 1982 by a Zen Buddhist group led by Bernard Tetsugen Glassman. It opened it’s first bakery in the Bronx. Today, it produces close to 20,000 pounds of ice cream mix-ins everyday and supplies brownies to … Continue reading
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Tagged "hard to employ", 1982, AIDS, ben & jerry's, bernard tetsugen glasman, greyston bakery, low income housing, medical centers, technological education, zen buddhist
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvTFKpIaQhM Shocking Facts!! We should really take care of our planet.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rphhfy4qCfc These guys are doing a brilliant job! www.charitywater.org
The girl effect A really Inspiring Video! The Girl effect is a brilliant CSR initiative of the Nike Foundation. It aims at creating more opportunities for Girls.
Upon entering Madrid the first thing I wanted to do was eat. Our first restaurant was a typical restaurant in the city. Menu of the day: jamon serrano, chorizo and tortilla. As a vegetarian I chose the tortilla of course. … Continue reading
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Tagged carne, Chorizo, eco-friendly tactics, HappyCow.com, Jamon Serrano, locally grown, Madrid, organic products, organic shops, recycled, recycling, solar panel, solar panels, SOS phones, Spain, Spanish culture, technology, Tortilla, Vegetarian, wind turbine, wind turbines, www.happycow.com