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How to Feed 3 Million Children in 33 Days -- One Woman Leads Campaign to feed America's Hungry, Launches Nov. 29, 2006 (Popularity: )
How do you feed 3,000,000 starving children in the USA in 33 days? Inspired by the groundbreaking new movie, "The Secret," Spryte Loriano envisioned a world where all children receive the nourishment for their bodies, to fuel the expansion of their minds, to ignite the fires in their hearts, to live as the greatest possibility of their spirits. Therin lies the answer. We hoped for significant reach with our program, ...

Giddy Gander LLC Television Series 'The Wumblers' Garners Dove Foundation Seal of Approval (Popularity: )
The Wumblers, an innovative animated pre-school TV series designed to teach children about values and global consciousness and set to begin airing on both the Trinity Broadcasting Network and Smile of a Child Network in September 2007, has received the prestigious "Family Approved" designation from the distinguished Dove Foundation. The series, from Laura J. Wellington and The Giddy Gander Company LLC, is dedicated to making the world a better place ...

Catholic Bishops' Official Available for Interview/Comment on Supreme Court Partial Birth Abortion Case (Popularity: )
The following is being issued by United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities: WHAT: Supreme Court Oral Arguments in Gonzales v. Carhart and Gonzales v. Planned Parenthood, both challenging the federal partial-birth abortion ban. WHEN: Wednesday, November 8, 2006 WHO: Deirdre McQuade, chief spokesperson on abortion and abortion- related issues for the Catholic bishops of the United States, is available for interview and comment. WHERE: Ms. McQuade ...

National Dialogue and Revival for Social Justice Conference is Coming to Detroit (Popularity: )
The National Action Network (NAN) in conjunction with Fellowship Chapel, the Detroit Branch NAACP and Fannie Lou Hamer will host The National Dialogue and Revival for Social Justice. The Conference will be held November 2-3, 2006 at Fellowship Chapel located at 7707 W. Outer Drive in Detroit. The two-day event will feature national and local renowned speakers and panelists such as: Rev. Charles Adams, Ph.D., pastor, Hartford Memorial Baptist Church; ...

Intercultural Training and Diversity Company Offer Free Consultation to HR During Ramadan (Popularity: )
The Muslim holy month of Ramadan begins in the next few days. Millions of people from London to Lahore will fast everyday from sunrise to sunset for 30 days. Among these will be significant numbers of Muslims working in offices in Europe and North America where Ramadan slips past unnoticed. A lack of awareness about the holy month can and does cause inconvenience, stress and unhappiness to practicing Muslims in ...

Yoga: Three reasons you should not do Yoga pose Sitting Forward Bend (Popularity: )
“Never force yourself into a forward bend when sitting on the floor” Yogasana, the third limb of Raja Yoga also popularly understood by mass population as yoga is getting popular as never before in both eastern and western countries. The reason for Yogasana (popularly know as Yoga) to gain popularity are numerous ranging from releasing stress, flexibility to helping patient suffering from various diseases. Although the initial objective of Yogasana ...

Religions for Peace World Assembly Unites Religious Leaders (Popularity: )
The Eighth World Assembly of Religions for Peace -- which began with masterful swipes from a Japanese calligrapher's brush across the convocation's massive banner -- concluded today with 800 delegates from more than 100 countries and all major religious traditions endorsing the Kyoto Declaration on Confronting Violence and Advancing Shared Security. "At a time when religion is being highjacked by extremists, the religious leaders gathered in Kyoto demonstrate for all ...

Feature Film 'Buddha Wild Monk in the Hut' starring Buddhist Monks and Anna Wilding Opens on More Screens and Selected for Buddhist Film Festival (Popularity: )
The film BUDDHA WILD MONK IN THE HUT made by Anna Wilding and produced by Carpe Diem Films Los Angeles, is opening on more screens. The small budget vibrant film screened for a week in cinemas in Los Angeles in March garnering Critics Pick by LA Weekly Critic Marc Olsen, who said, "GO! A Surprisingly Pleasant Trip," and Union Jack Newspaper saying, "Accomplished. Anna Wilding Captures Our Attention." The film ...

Lutheran Presiding Bishop Asks U.S. Religious Leaders to Call for Mideast Peace (Popularity: )
Out of concern for growing casualties and human suffering in the Middle East, the Rev. Mark S. Hanson, presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), has asked other U.S. religious leaders to join him in calling for "the cessation of all violence, for an international peacekeeping force and a negotiated agreement for a just peace." Hanson made the plea in an open letter this week to several ...

'If It Bleeds, It Leads' Approach Skews Media Coverage of the Israel-Hezbollah Conflict, Say a Panel of Experts on KRLA's Newsroom Confidential (Popularity: )
The media's appetite for blood and destruction is in part to blame for Israel's poor public image, say a group of media relation experts, journalists, authors and diplomats. In a roundtable discussion that explored the causes of global media bias against Israel, several panelists agreed that the media's approach of "if it bleeds it leads" fails to put the conflict into its proper broader context. The roundtable was broadcast live ...