Women and girls of African decent are engaged in a discussion over Natural Vs. Relaxed hair. Of course the battle goes deeper than hair, it’s about identity, history and everything that surrounds that. It also includes men and boys, though that’s rarely discussed. It’s far more than just aesthetics and as mentioned in this video it’s also about health. Continue reading
As we discussed in VIDEO: Concerned About Chemtrails? Watch “The Great Culling” Official Air Trailer director Paul Wittenberger and photographer Chris Maple attempt to get some answers for you with “The Great Culling”. This documentary is based on the idea “What we eat, drink, and breathe is under attack!” Think you can escape this? As we discussed in Why Bottled Water Shouldn’t Be Popular With Minorities bottled water may not save you. In this trailer the focus is on what’s in the water. Are you a sheep about to get culled out of humanity? Well then, you need to know what’s going on!
Description: “For all of those who are unfamiliar with the term “culling”, it is simply a less harsh term than the word “killing”. Usually culling is done in animal groups when there is overpopulation of a specific species. But now it’s you. It is our time to be “Culled”. It is known as “the thinning of the herd”. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.” Is the first commandment of the Georgia Guidestones coming to fruition? Is the Great Culling being carried out now? For those who continue to not pay attention, you are the “Sheep” and you will be “culled”.”
Wanna watch the rest of this movie? Well, it’s not done yet. Donate to the filmmakers so they can finish it at thegreatculling.org
Ever heard of chemtrails? Many of us are suspicious of what’s in the air, food and water these days and for good reason although we may not be able to readily say what the problems are. Director Paul Wittenberger and photographer Chris Maple attempt to get some answers for you with “The Great Culling”. This is the first trailer addressing what’s in the air. Continue reading
There are petitions for everything and when it comes to politicians it usually involves stopping a certain policy or something but I came across this petition sponsored by the Sierra Club to thank President Obama for standing strong on mercury pollution. Maybe he’s waiting to hear from you? Continue reading
President Obama just announced a once-in-a-generation step forward to protect our environment—the first-ever national standards on mercury and other toxic air pollution from power plants.
It’s a huge accomplishment that will help clean up our air and water, preventing thousands of premature deaths and over 100,000 cases of childhood asthma each year.
Check out this fact sheet below on what these new air pollution standards mean for our health and environment, then share it with your friends and family. Continue reading
This is a major victory for the Environmental Protection Agency, environmentalists, President Obama, and all people who enjoy breathing clean air. According to grist.org, “Finally controlling mercury and toxics will be an advance on par with getting lead out of gasoline.” Considering this political climate and the amount of heavy opposition the EPA has been getting this is quite a feat and great news during the holiday season. Continue reading
Photo Credit: Giligone
In my post 5 Things You Need To Know About Energy Saving Light Bulbs Or You’ll Die Twice I wrote that a broken compact fluorescent lightbulb (CFL) can actually be dangerous. Here’s what you do if your eco-lightbulb breaks. Continue reading
Believe it or not some people are allergic to their homes. Bad reactions to chemicals used in the building materials is usually to blame. There is a recent wave of bad reactions to homes in the U.S. lately and homeowners are blaming drywall from China.
For some this isn’t surprising because of the toxic toys made with lead from China recently. The drywall is said to emit sulfur compounds and angry homeowners are particularly concerned about their children.
Symptoms of the homeowners living in these homes made with Chinese drywall include:
“itchy eyes and skin, difficulty breathing, persistent coughing and bloody noses as well as corrosion of electrical wiring and home appliances.” ~AP
This is Yael NaÃ¯m’s cover of Britney Spears’ “Toxic”. I think she captures the umm toxicity of the song and puts a focus on the lyrics and the sentiment of the lyrics by subtracting the bubble gum. Continue reading