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Heart Of Mind Radio, September 18, 2021

On today’s Heart Of Mind, Radio for the NEW Millennium, host Kathryn Davis is joined by three change makers of the WE campaign and 11 Days of Global Unity, to talk about the inspiration that drives us to make a commitment towards building peace and unity. Rick Ulfick, the founder of We, The World, Robert Levine, Editor-in-Chief of Trends in Global Grassroots Organizing Magazine and Callum Cintron, Human Resources Director and Human Rights Coordinator at We, the World.

WE.net11 Days of Global Unity - 11 Ways to Change the World  https://Trends.WE.net,

Featured Music: Frog Dancing by David Anthony Clark; Brave New World by Stanley, Stockley

Guests:

Rick Ulfik is the Founder of We, The World and the WE Campaign at WE.net. Rick is the Co-Creator of the Annual 11 Days of Global Unity - 11 Ways to Change the World September 11th through September 21st, the UN International Day of Peace. Supporters and participants have included: Desmond Tutu, Jane Goodall, Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Ralph Nader, Bill McKibben, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Robert Thurman, Daniel Ellsberg and many others. And Rick is the Publisher of Trends In Global Grassroots Organizing - an Online Magazine found at trends.we.net

Robert Levine is Editor-In-Chief of Trends in Global Grassroots Organizing Magazine: https://Trends.WE.net, as well as a poet, essayist, activist, performer and yoga instructor in the New York area. He is the author of Without Knowing Where We Are Going: 108 Poems and his latest book, On a Journey, is planned for later this year.

Callum Cintron (They/He) is a student and volunteer residing in Northwest New Jersey on the traditional land of the Munsee Lenape. They are the Human Resource Director and Human Rights Coordinator at We, The World. There they have created a program called Rethinking Community that serves the LGBTQ+, BIPOC and Disabled communities. The goal of the program is to foster community and support among historically underrepresented communities. Callum is pursuing a degree in Anthropology with a focus on diversity studies at Oregon State University. They are a part of the LGBTQ+ community and are passionate about creating an equitable world for all

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