President Obama's inspiring tweet https://twitter.com/BarackObama/status/896523232098078720.
There are many types of hates, not only the vile hate in Virginia (Thank God we live in Canada) but hate in our own communities. People need to take the time to understand, to become educated and to walk in a person's shoes before making judgement.
Need a bit inspiration to give you a boost
Penny’s Incredible Olympic Gold Adventure in RIO 2016
At the 50 meter turn Canada’s 16 yr Penny Oleksiak was 7th at the RIO Olympics. She powered back and passed five of the fastest women alive in the final 50 metres and caught a sixth to tie and win Canada’s first Olympic Gold Medal in the pool since 1992 – all in less than minute - 52.7 seconds.
She showed the world how Canadian's get it done �#�MakingCanadaProud�
A Good friend and Future Leaders member and former CFL Player Orlando Bowen of One Voice One Team - a very inspirational story.
Very inspiring Desmond Tutu #Forgiveness Challenge “We can carry the burden of hurt throughout our lives. We can make the hurt that we have experienced the defining aspect of our stories of ourselves. That means that somebody else gets to say who we are, somebody else gets to decide how we feel, and somebody else gets to decide how we see the world. Forgiveness not only frees us from the burden of someone else’s opinion of us, but it allows us the opportunity to really write a story of ourselves that we can love, enjoy, relish, and live into.” Desmond Tutu + Mpho Tutu
Bullying won't go away if we do nothing! But it can if you do something. It's up to all of us to create and shape the online spaces that we like to spend our time in. Standup to cyberbullying by visiting Watch Your Space site http://www.watchyourspace.ie/ and posting your response. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Etobm4hnwcQ
Submit the Documentary - The way we hurt each other has evolved http://vimeo.com/59973030
You need to watch this incredible animated video on bullying -- To This Day Project is a project based on a spoken word poem written by Canadian Poet Shane Koyczan called “To This Day”, to further explore the profound and lasting impact that bullying can have on an individual. http://vimeo.com/59956490#at=0
A video my team produced at the Picasso: Masterpieces from the Musee National Picasso, Paris - Art Gallery of Ontario 2012 -
#TIFF2010 Artists for Peace & Justice supports relief for Haiti - event at TIFF - started by Canadian Paul Haggis - http://www.apjnow.org