NYTimes: The Future of Manufacturing Is Local

I blog a lot about awesome things going on nationally (and sometimes internationally) but there is a lot of great working being done in my small community as well. Just yesterday, both of these projects were featured in the local paper, both inspiring: a veterinarian helps homeless care for pets, and a Talent woman plans to create walking map.

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Fund Our Schools, Not Prisons! from Media Mobilizing Project TV on Vimeo: "Philadelphia's Campaign for Nonviolent Schools has been actively promoting nonviolent student leaders by using the traditions of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Ghandi as models."

"let yourself be silently / drawn by the stronger pull / of what you truly love" - Rumi

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