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A Twenty-some Year Journey by Lily Yeh Part 3 of 3
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Lily continues with her story of community building this segment addressing micro-loans and jobs again proving the transformative power of art to impoverished and war-torn communities around the world. 

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A Twenty-some Year Journey by Lily Yeh Part 2 of 3
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Ms. Yeh continues with her story of using the transformative power of art to impoverished and war-torn communities around the world to foster community empowerment, improve the physical environment, promote economic development and preserve indigenous art and culture.

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A Twenty-some Year Journey by Lily Yeh Part 1 of 3
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Lily Yeh is an internationally celebrated artist works to bring the transformative power of art to impoverished and war-torn communities around the world to foster community empowerment, improve the physical environment, promote economic development and preserve indigenous art and culture. Part 2 ad Part 3 on YouTube.

Click on the image to order her book from Amazon. com.

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Indra's Net by Debra Goldman
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The Avatamsaka sutra is the story of Indra's Net.  Created during the conference, this wonderful net stretches endlessly, an ancient metaphor for our interdependent Universe. Creating a net, made of recylced fabrics, all natural and lightweight materials, at Bioneers is a collaborative endeavor, bringing people at the event together to share stories and get to know one another.  Debra Goldman is an artist living in the Pacific NorthWest who travels to events to engage people in creating Indra's Net.

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Picturing Excess by Artist Chris Jordan
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EarthSayers Special Collection: Artists and Musicians is part of our "Champions" category and features individuals with great gifts who use them to address social, cultural, environmental and/or economic elements of sustainability through their art, music and communications talents. The artist, Chris Jordan's work, as one example, addresses the unconscious behaviors that add up to catastrophic consequences which no one intended. He explores the phenomenon of American consumerism.

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Greening the Music Industry
Sierra Club, a non-profit partner of Green Music Group, talks to artists at the Hollywood launch of this coalition that is greening the music industry.
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Natasha Tsakos' Multimedia Theatrical Adventure
Street performer Natash Tsakos introduces us to part of her one woman show, Upwake. As the character Zero she demonstrates the power of theater to transform us with intelligent, meaningful and extraordinary work.  Brought to us by TED, Ideas Worth Spreading.
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