Category Archives: Social Change

The Whole Enchilada: Jacinta White’s Two Months of Begin Again Workshops

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To say Jacinta White ran with the idea of “Begin Again” is the understatement of One City One Prompt. As you can see from this report, the visionary Jacinta brought Begin Again and OCOP to ten partnering organization and over … Continue reading

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Concrete Steps

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Prompt: After listening to Sam Cooke’s “A Change is Gonna Come,” write about a personal or global change you want to see in the world. What are the small steps that we could take toward making that change? What would … Continue reading

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what weather we’re having today

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Prompt: After listening to Sam Cooke’s “A Change is Gonna Come,” write about a personal or global change you want to see in the world. What are the small steps that we could take toward making that change? What would … Continue reading

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If The Men Come Back From War

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Prompt: After listening to Sam Cooke’s “A Change is Gonna Come,” write about a personal or global change you want to see in the world. What are the small steps that we could take toward making that change? What would … Continue reading

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Community

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Community Jamaal Community must thrive for us to be; educate your loved-ones for us to see. This is the only way to prosperity. Create intercourse, strengthen bonds, promote unity is this lesson’s key. Each one teach one, so everyone reach … Continue reading

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The Yupik Legend Fish War

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The Yupik Legend Fish War By Kat Haber Yupik Legend: “Once a man had a fish, but his neighbor had none.” They did not claim to know why they had it all, only noticing that as global communications pulled together … Continue reading

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But the Other Does Not

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But the Other Does Not By Gail Edgerly   One Yupik has a fish but the other does not. Why? Bad attitude? Thievery? Negligence? Lack? Did he even want the fish?   Why do we assume one has and one … Continue reading

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