Citizen Science

I hope to use dialogue and culture as a means of bringing people of various cultures together, and using that as a way to resolve conflict. ~ Herbie Hancock

Journal of Resistance Studies is an international, interdisciplinary and peer reviewed scientific journal that explores unarmed resistance.

Here are links to a number of websites with information about nonviolence and changing poison into medicine.

WEEK 25 | Unlocking Your Inner Genius https://masterkeyrozblog.wordpress.com/2016/04/05/week-25-unlocking-your-inner-genius/ via @MasterKeyRoz

https://masterkeyrozblog.wordpress.com/2016/03/25/week-24-one-truth/

http://irenepublishing.com/?page_id=696

Ikkevold.no A site with articles on Nonviolent actions from around the world

Blog from Resistance Studies Network A News on actions and research on resistance

International Center on Nonviolent Conflict A lot of resources, articles and news.

War Resisters’ International The main network for secular pacifists

Civil Resistance Info A huge bibliography on civil resistance and nonviolent action.

Calling all academic librarians: here is an important new journal we need you to carry: https://t.co/fWomRwloje https://t.co/xeq1UiaU7M

Kindness and compassion are as natural for the mind as breathing is for the body. ~ Dr. Dan Siegel.

In this presentation Dr. Dan Siegel, clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, Co-Director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center, and a Garrison Institute trustee, speaks of his pioneering work in interpersonal neurobiology, which studies how the brain is influenced by interpersonal relationships.

In his view, the mind itself is both interpersonal and intrapersonal, profoundly connecting people neurologically, physiologically and socially. He called for an approach to “internal education” that teaches children to monitor both their own internal world and the interpersonal world.

 

BUGS! – Red Nose Studio

The energy of the mind is the essence of life. ~ Aristotle, 384-322, B.C.

Yes, Chris Sickels, is the creative force behind award-winning Red Nose Studio, creates an eccentric world we’d all like to visit. Endearing characters and intricate sets draw you in with wit, intelligence and charm. His 3-D illustrations are built from a variety of materials. Sets and puppets are combination of wire, fabric, cardboard, wood, miniatures, found objects and anything within arms reach at the time.

Chris Sickels has been freelancing in the editorial and advertising markets for over six years. In 2000, he officially started Red Nose Studio, providing 2-D and 3-D illustration, character design and development, and lo-fi stop motion animation. Two of his short films, The Red Thread Project and Innards were selected to screen at the 2005 and 2006 Los Angeles International Short Film Festival.

Red Nose Studio

http://fb.me/2WjuFrTs3

http://altpick.com/rednosestudio

http://rednosestudio.tumblr.com/archive

http://www.magnetreps.com/bio/artist/3/

https://healthyheartworks.wordpress.com/2014/04/22/herbie-hancock-mahindra-humanities-center/

 

 

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