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    07.20.20
    The 90% Waste-Free ‘Where Do The Children Play?’ Video
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    The 90% Waste-Free ‘Where Do The Children Play?’ Video

    Behind-the-scenes footage of ‘Where Do The Children Play?’ reveals 90% of props and scenery made from recycled materials

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    07.19.20
    The Plastic Peril
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    The Plastic Peril

    The world is drowning in plastic. From clothes, furniture, gadgets, toys and appliances to packaging and containers, it has pervaded every aspect of our lives. So total is its monstrous grip on modern society that plastics have also made their way into our cosmetics and even our food!

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    07.11.20
    They Will Sit On Tall Thrones
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    They Will Sit On Tall Thrones

    While the attention of world powers moves to confront the toxic threat of Covid-19, isn’t it time the world also addresses that much more diabolical and corrosive pandemic threat to our humanity: wilful prejudice?

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    07.11.20
    The Srebrenica Massacre: Bosnian Genocide
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    The Srebrenica Massacre: Bosnian Genocide

    July 2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica Massacre, the worst mass killing on European soil since WW2. The Bosnian war of 1992-1995 saw the Bosnian Serbs, led by Radovan Karadži, seek to eradicate the Bosnian Muslims in a brutal campaign of ‘Ethnic Cleansing’. After the internment and torture of thousands of Muslims in

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    12.31.19
    Looking back at 2019
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    Looking back at 2019

    As our world wheels around again towards another year I’d like to sincerely thank you all for your beautiful messages. Some of the stories I have read are so powerful, they truly make me want to continue writing and singing until my last breath (which will be the day of God’s choosing).   Thanks to those

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    12.28.19
    Cambridge Eco-Mosque
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    Cambridge Eco-Mosque

    Designed around the concept of being a calm oasis within a grove of trees, the The Cambride Eco-Mosque’s design marries traditional Islamic architecture, geometry and horticulture with indigenous English materials, plants and craftsmanship to create a unique synthesis.

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