Voices of Change


Voices of Change

Using your voice to change the world? Tell us about it here. PSAs, community service, benefits and events... This is an opportunity for us to support you as you support the causes that change our world!

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Believe It!

Started by Jai. Last reply by Bobbin Beam Sep 4, 2008. 3 Replies

The Benefit...!?!

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Comment by Dustin Ebaugh on November 11, 2009 at 1:19pm
As the health care bills continue to move through Congress, there may be more opportunities to help out with voicing the legislation, as a pro bono job at www.hearthebill.org. I have been involved in reading each incarnation of the bills. I found this work very rewarding, maybe you might also.
Comment by david kersten on September 12, 2009 at 12:09am
Incidentally, Culture X was acclaimed at the New York Festival as the Silver World Medal Winner for Best Documentary.

I'm also now half way through another series called Almost Famous, produced by Vertigo Productions. Similar to Culture X in that its stories are from the edge, it's more contemporary in its focus looking at the right here, right now of culture and subculture in Asia, and it dedicates an entire one hour episode to one story only.

I'm in Singapore, by the way.
Comment by david kersten on September 11, 2009 at 11:35pm
I have narrated the documentary series Culture X, produced by Third Floor Pictures. I've only two days ago completed the second series.

Culture X brings today's stories about the cultures of Asia, and now venturing into Africa, that go well beyond the clichés and stereotypes of Western perceptions.

It's an amazing world and the more we understood about it and each other, and respect, value and appreciate our differences rather than fear and demonise them, the better it will be for all of us.

Cultural homogenisation is futile, there's far too much going on.
Comment by Erin deWard on August 4, 2009 at 10:28am
I currently provide the voicing for a pilot radio reading service for people with visual impairments on RocklandWorldRadio.com. There is no reading service in our local area (Rockland County New York). The idea is to provide access to written material, local news in particular, for anyone with a visual impairment and a computer. To date, we have only presented weekly selections from Hudson Valley Business News, but hope to include other news sources going forward.
Comment by Jai on May 22, 2009 at 3:21pm
Congrats to Dr. H. Steven Sims... Heez married now!!! All the best.

Comment by Eric L. Woods on May 19, 2009 at 4:07pm
Since 2002 I have been blessed with the opportunity to supply voiceovers of the AME Zion denominations Sunday School lessons for the elderly and vision impaired with CDs recorded at home and sent out across the country quarterly under direction of the AME Zion Church Literature Department in Charlotte, NC.

Very pleased to see this group as a VU newbie.

God bless,

Comment by Linda Ristig on March 29, 2009 at 4:48pm
I just joined a great site, www.librivox.org! You can volunteer to read books/poems/short stories on the public domain. Check it out!
Comment by Jai on March 29, 2009 at 12:42pm
A warm welcome to all our new members! We have a world to change - use your voice!

Comment by ROB DUNGEE on March 6, 2009 at 1:02pm
I have started a Non Proft Called
"The Dungee Training and Business Opportunity Center"
We will Keep you Posted
Comment by Linda Ristig on February 24, 2009 at 9:49am
What a worthwhile group! I'm looking forward to getting many ideas for helping our community.

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