Go on one of our Learning Tours. These trips take folks like you to really cool and really challenging places to see how people really live and what we can do to give them a hand. How old do you have to be? As long as your folks think it's O.K., it's O.K. with us.
Make a difference with your Everyday Choices about the clothes you buy, the chocolate you eat, the cell phone you use
Slavery isn't just a thing of the distant past--millions of people are enslaved today! Find out why and what you can do!
Food for Thought hunger awareness activity! Find out what it feels like to be rich, poor and in between--and what small furry creature is a delicacy in Malawi...
Check out Spending Money--our brand new flyer on -- well -- spending money on things like cell phones, chocolate, and bottled water. And here's a story about workers in toy factories making 20 cents an hour. It's no fairy tale... check it out.
Check out volunteer opportunities at www.idealist.org. You could end up in incredible places meeting incredible people and doing incredible things—and even get your meals and housing provided--and a little spending money on the side! Is that crazy or what!
How much did the place you buy your clothes pay the young women who made them? (clue: usually less than 2% of the purchase price!) Check out www.responsibleshopper.org.
Read Emily and the Movie to see what happened to one young person who found herself confronted by the realities of the global neighborhood — while watching a movie in a Sudanese village.
Community Project Building a new community of justice and peace for our neighbors and respect for the earth
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About the upside-down logo: From space there is no up or down to planet Earth. When drawing the maps, the US and Europe are on top because . . . we draw the maps. The choice of the “upside-down” Earth as our logo shows our commitment to begin looking at our world and its people in a new way, with a new set of values and relationships. The early Christian community was accused of "turning the world upside down" for its radical way of doing things, and movements throughout history have been blamed for upsetting the established order. We can only hope they say the same thing about us….