BEHAVIOUR PATTERNS: Documentary by Amaruk Kayshapanta

Pachamama Productions presents a documentary inspired by the experiment of two North American psychologists Kenneth and Mamie Clark in the 30's who decided to place children in front of two identical looking dolls with a different skin color, one was white and the other one was black. The results were surprising. Amaruk Kayshapanta, indigenous Kichwa … Continue reading BEHAVIOUR PATTERNS: Documentary by Amaruk Kayshapanta

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Empowering women in India, ending violence and rapes

At Humus 4 Change we believe in Cultural Diversity Preservation and we provide Free Web Marketing Services in order to Safeguarding and empowering women who face discrimination, abuse and violence. Lalitha Sampathi is the Leader and General Secretary at IWO (Indian Women's Organization), a NGO that aims to protect women rights in order to end … Continue reading Empowering women in India, ending violence and rapes

Little Feathers Rising: Protecting Native American Children Rights

This campaign is going to work in order to protect Native American future generation, supporting children who are still experiencing trauma after they have been affected by a historical genocide.     We are collecting reports from Native people who live in the Reservations across USA in order to check what services are available with … Continue reading Little Feathers Rising: Protecting Native American Children Rights

Cultural Diversity Preservation: English Subtitles for Native Communities

THE SECRET OF AMAWTAS by Amaruk Kayshapanta - At Humus 4 Change we believe in Cultural Diversity Preservation and we provide Free Translation Services in order to empower Native communities and Indigenous people. Amaruk Kayshapanta is an Ecuadorian Cultural Ambassador of the Andes, Indigenous Kichwa from Salasaca, in the Tungurahua Province in the centre of … Continue reading Cultural Diversity Preservation: English Subtitles for Native Communities

Australia proves that cutting arts funding can unite the creative community, not destroy it

This week, US president Donald Trump eradicated every cent of America’s spending on the arts. In his first budget proposal, handed down on March 16, he entirely defunded the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting… via … Continue reading Australia proves that cutting arts funding can unite the creative community, not destroy it

Serenading elephants, saving traditions, community kitchen

This week Awesome Stories brings you serenading elephants, saving traditions, community kitchen and the science of good stories. Serenading Elephants Who knew that classical music could engage elephants. Pianist Paul Barton has created a number of video concerts with elephants, but the most engaging to me was one of Paul playing Mozart to an elephant […] … Continue reading Serenading elephants, saving traditions, community kitchen

Bring it to the world! Bring it to your home!

- What inspiration would you like to plant in the world today?   - What nourishment would you like to bring to your home tomorrow for the future generation?   - What skills and tools would you like to learn and develop in order to reconcile yourselves with the resources on the planet?   Let's start … Continue reading Bring it to the world! Bring it to your home!

Our Projects: Abubakar Gambo from Nigeria inspires Peace with his Art

  We are creating Product design in collaboration with artists (from various countries) who would like to promote peace, sharing the beauty of their culture with the world.   Abubakar Gambo is a talented artist from Nigeria who is spreading a message of peace with his art.       Artist statement: My name is Abubakar Gambo and … Continue reading Our Projects: Abubakar Gambo from Nigeria inspires Peace with his Art