Wondering Wednesdays, Baby Acres, and Human Rights as Equity

I like what you shared about Eleanor Roosevelt. She did some amazing things for the Tuskegee Airmen.

Context, Critical Thinking, Continuous Learning: Project Do Better

This post  goes on to begin the rough draft of my current non-fiction WiP, Baby Acres: A possible Vision for Making Society Suck Less, in 60 Years.   (Thanks, once again, to JYP and Tammy for the title ideas!!)  The overall goal has been to lay out a roadmap for a fully inclusive society for all of us, so, I am turning, this week, to the introductory chapter, Chapter 0, of the book, in the hope that All HumanKind  will eventually have each person’s basic needs  met.  This book lays out one possible path for getting to that point.

Introduction: Empathy-building as an ongoing part of all
4 Phases

Having cited some of the reasoning which led up to the inception of this project, we now delve into the foundational concepts behind each phase. Empathy-building, through various means, is a continual part of each phase, as without empathy, no…

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Posted on 05/27/2021, in civil rights, Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Many many thanks, Xena, for sharing this work.
    Sending you Safe Hugs, if wanted at this moment,

    In Service to HumanKind,


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  2. Best regards, also, from the Anla’Shok.

    Ranger Mayann

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  3. Thank you again, Xena, for sharing this post: the 3rd draft is now in need of more eyes, and umbrella Project Do Better is starting to look for volunteers, sharers and signal boosting.
    Stay safe,


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