The inspiring Juno parenting magazine has an in-depth article about the Nandita’s Dream project by Sarah Patterson. It’s out now.
Their online competitions section is also offering free Nandita’s Dream CD’s at http://www.junomagazine.com/category/competitions/ Competition ends this month. Also, the Pachamama Alliance is making it’s symposium training available via the web.
Already in over 60 countries this movement to bring about a thriving, just, sustainable world, was begun by the Amazon Achuar tribes in Ecuador with western allies. Generation Waking Up is the fantastic youth movement working with Pachamama. http://generationwakingup.org/
Hello everyone, thank you for all the messages coming in about the Nandita’s Dream book and CD celebration. I’m very touched.
We had the best time singing out the songs and sharing the journey we’ve been on together. Can feel it moving out in the world. First photos in.
Here are some of the children singing on the CD with Future and Brian from Black Umfolosi. Also, author Jacqueline Lawes talking with Sotcha Moyo, co-founder of Black Umfolosi.