Global Oneness Project

I've just come across this website while researching the anthropologist Hugh Brody, via another link.

It's called the Global Oneness Project, and offers a range of stories from a humanist perspective. It's based in the USA, but has plenty of relevance here in the UK.



Browsing through there are quite a few stories which I could see myself using in the classroom, and perhaps would also make self contained explorations for interested students. These include:
- a photo essay on Poverty
- Paul Kingsnorth on the value of wilderness
- photo stories on what life is like as a farmer

Here's a film coming on Earth Day 2018

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