Our commitment will make a difference in changing the landscape of our society so that all homeless people and those with mental illness are treated as our equals and nothing less.
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trying to be extra green on this one-designated day is a nice way to raise awareness, but how about making every day Earth Day?
There's a common refrain that sums up the broad themes of many Jewish holidays: "They tried to kill us, we survived, let's eat.
Tear up your front lawn and plant a garden. In the long-term, it will be a lot cheaper than shopping at the supermarket. And you can share your harvest with your community.
Whatever your take is on February 14th, it's an opportunity to actually not spend much money (and who has any left to spend in this economy?) and make it a sustainable day.
Environmentalists are heralding Obama's decision to review the request by California and 13 other states to establish strict limits on greenhouse gas emissions from cars and trucks.
Studies show that people tend to eat the portion size they're given. So, rather than using a huge plate, opt for a small one. It will force you to eat less and get up more frequently for second helpings.
Lawrence Lessig, through his group, Change Congress, has already done some of the important legwork to get us involved in removing the influence of special interests in Congress.
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