I figured that since I am home for another month or so, why not share more of the research that I am doing and put into a weekly feature called the Monday Spotlight. In this space I will share some of the great things I am seeing done across the country that are focused on creating and inspiring change for all people, without judgment or prejudice.
- For my first post in this new part of Project Kinect, I want to highlight this video I saw on facebook through the Decentralized Non-Violent Resistance Movement’s facebook page. You can also check out their website at http://www.dnvrm.com/.
This video really comes from Leslie and American Sans-Cullotes and is talking about a simple form of pay it forward that can easily be started by anyone. Here, Leslie begins the chain with gift cards to a local grocery store.
- This last weekend a film was featured in several different cities in the country and I definitely think it is relevant to what we need to be focused on in our society. This film was created out of the minds of National Geographic and all shot b people from all across the globe. Then name of the movie is Life in a Day
- The final concept for this Monday Spotlight is the Imagine Cup. I came across this from Amelia’s Adventures. This video concentrates on finding a solution for visually impaired students to still be able to learn in a traditional classroom setting with a blackboard and teacher in the front of the room. The underlying focus of this video though is that is technological solutions better than policy solutions when empowering individuals with disabilities.