2014 Global Earth Exchange

The 2014 Global Earth Exchange was held on Saturday, June 21st at locations around the world.  THANK YOU to everyone who participated!  This was our 5th global event, and we had many large groups holding Earth Exchanges in places like India and Peru.  Wow. The slideshow below displays photos of many of the events. 
For a detailed look at individual events, go to our 2014 Map

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To add your event to our slide show, just This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. the photo of your bird along with your name, the place where your Global Earth Exchange took place, and a few words about the reason that you did it. Here's a handy template to help you out!

Kinde Nebeker Answers Why Make Beauty for a Wounded Place?

On Saturday, June 21, people all over the world will go to wounded places they care about, share their stories and experiences, get to know the place as it is now, and make the RadJoy Bird out of materials. In this video Kinde Nebeker of Salt Lake City, Utah, who has participated in every Global Earth Exchange, tells what it has meant to her to make beauty at wounded places.

Click here to sign up for this year's Global Earth Exchange on June 21 and join Ana Maria and others around the world to make beauty for a place you love. You will receive one of our beautiful free organic cotton t-shirts if you sign up before June 1!

To see the other videos made by members of the RadJoy community around the world about why they make beauty for wounded places, click here.

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Radical Joy for Hard Times is a worldwide community of people committed to finding and making beauty in wounded places.   Reconnecting with these places, sharing our stories of loss and despair, and making acts of beauty there, we transform the land, reconnect people and the places that nourish them, and empower ourselves to make a difference in the way we live on Earth.

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