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The Familiar Edge of the Unknown
Social documentary photographer, founder of PhotoPhilanthropy.org
I'm following the line of my own story by studying the intersection points with the stories of others. My tools are photography and curiosity. Rebecca Solnit writes that "empathy is first of all an act of the imagination," allowing you to leave your own narrative and step into the story of another.
: 'Ring di Alarm'!
Bob Marley, the Messenger
CEO/President, Circle of One Marketing
Walking through the Bob Marley Messenger exhibition I was moved by the ordinary origins of this prophetic soul who transcended race, culture, class and heritage.
What Would Bob Marley Think About Snoop Lion?
Why Did Snoop Dogg Change His Name When He Became A Rasta?
Ziggy Marley: My Mother Was Cordial About Bob's Extramarital Affairs
-- the Definitive Bob Marley Documentary, in Time for 4/20
Gentleman farmer, film critic for ReThink Reviews
If 4/20 is the international day for celebrating marijuana, songs by Bob Marley and the Wailers would be the day's equivalent of carols on Christmas. But Marley was much more than a pot smoker and a purveyor of music for barbecues and pool parties.
Bob Marley Documentary Debuts
Protecting Pastafarians: When Does Religious Freedom Become Ridiculous?
Founder of World Faith and Mean Communications, WEF Global Shaper
While doing my daily routine of scanning religious freedom articles, I came across a rather striking headline: "'Pastafarian' Wins Religious Freedom Right to Wear Pasta Strainer for Driving Licence."
One Nation Under Democracy
Author, "Clean: The Humble Art of Zen-Cleansing"
One might have thought that Obama would slant more towards the Constitutional First Amendment of Separation of Church and State, and forgo the tradition of "Prayer Breakfasts."
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
How A Reggae Rhythm Redeemed A Lost Soul
Jamaica's Rastafarianism and reggae music spoke to millions of Americans, including a white guy from Riverdale, New York, with a trust fund and a camera.
Jamaican Cannabis Landraces: History and Importance
Executive Director, The Beckley Foundation
Humanity's history with cannabis reaches back to the dawn of civilization. Cannabis has long been valued for its long-lasting and strong fibre, it's nutritious and oil-rich seeds, as well as its psychoactive and medicinal properties.
Remembering Coral Gardens: Rastas Wanted Dead or Alive
New York City-based writer
In the red, green, and gold posters adorning college dorm rooms and the global image exported about Rastafarianism, a narrative of the horrific incidents of 52 years ago is lost.
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