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My First Environmental Mentors|Black History Month

Back in 2009 I was earning my Master’s in Environment and Sustainability (MES) degree in London, Ontario. Out of about 20 students, there were two Black people in the program, myself and an Ethiopian man. Though I learned a lot during my master’s program, it was an awkward year for me. I didn’t have time Read More

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Paying for Poetry

First off, I want to share this article to say congratulations to Ms.El Jones, Halifax spoken word artist, activist and teacher. Some say she’s fire, some say she’s angry. I say she’s intelligent, driven and human. Ms. Jones speaks to issues within and impacting the Black Community in the Diaspora. Here’s the article about her Read More

How to Stop a Giant: Illegal Logging Continues

Rosewood and Ebony are the woods of choice for loggers that come to Madagascar. Along with Indonesia and a number of West African Countries, the island of Madagascar is among those whose forest are being pillaged for its resources. Apparentl Buy Cheap Viagra Online y, after a coup d’etat in 2009 illegal loggers have destroyed Read More