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ORGANIZATION: World Unity, Inc.

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A Message to Change the World

World Unity Inc. has unstoppable local, national and global initiatives promoting equality, diversity and inclusion.

The Sun poem was the focus of a TEDx Talk on Oct. 23rd at Jacksonville Fl. It has not been posted yet. Here is the title of the video to look for on Youtube when it's posted: Uncover and overcome all forms of biases.

In 2021 we are launching World Unity Inc.'s 5 Minute Leadership Dialogue. On the first Sunday of each month we post and interview. Right now is an interview with a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Robin McDowell who is a graduate from Columbia school of Journalism. Check it out and all the other interviews that include a mayor, executive at Walmart and Comcast.

We continue with our ongoing initiatives: 1) Advocate to build the first landmark promoting equality, diversity and inclusion 2) Plant the seeds of equality through, "Singing Equality and around the World," and 3) Plant our powerful message of equality through our PSA.

If we don't plant our message now when there's a global outcry to eliminate racism, then when and if our generation does not do it then who will? We need committee members who believe in the power of words and music to transform the heart and mind to join us!

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About World Unity, Inc.

Location:

2 Eliot Place, Jamaica Plain,, MA 02130, US

Mission Statement

World Unity, Inc. promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion by raising self-awareness through the Sun poem, and empowering individuals through the arts, education and innovative ideas. - Are you greater than the sun/ that shines on everyone: Black, Brown, Yellow, Red and White/ the sun does not discriminate (c) 1985 Sara Ting

Description

The Sun poem inspired the founding of World Unity Inc. in 1994, is the focus of a TED Talk in 2021 Check talk at worldunityinc.org

Laws, policies and technology cannot remove unconscious biases all humans have. The change must come from within. The Sun poem can ignite change. We seek to transform the world by raising self-awareness through the Sun poem, the arts, education and innovative ideas.

We follow Einstein's approach to solving problems. He said, "You cannot solve a problem with the same consciousness that created it. You must stand on a higher ground."

We continue with our initiatives: 1) Build the first landmark in the world promoting equality for all people 2) Singing Equality across America and around the World," planting the seeds of equality through a song. See video of 800 children sing the song and performing verse in sign language at worldunityinc.org 3) Public service campaign promoting equality for everyone 4) World Unity Inc.'s 5 Minute Leadership Dialogue.

Imagine if children in across the globe learned this song and it lived in their hearts the kind of world we could have!

We are looking for volunteers who love being creative, feel strongly about equality and want to help us create a world that values all people, especially the children. They are depending on us. Please contact us at (617) 971-0317.

CAUSE AREAS

Advocacy & Human Rights
Arts & Culture
Race & Ethnicity
Advocacy & Human Rights, Arts & Culture, Race & Ethnicity

WHEN

Thu Nov 24, 2022 - Thu Feb 16, 2023
06:30 PM - 08:30 PM

WHERE

155 Dartmouth StEastern Bank Community RoomBoston, MA 02116

(42.34814,-71.07605)
 

SKILLS

  • Advertising
  • Fundraising
  • Visual Arts
  • CSR / Volunteer Coordination
  • Community Outreach

GOOD FOR

  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • 2 hours and whatever is needed for each initiative
  • Good communication skills, self-motivated and responsible and values working on a team.

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