Daily Archives: August 18, 2017

La Tierra Del Olvido | Playing For Change | Song Around The World


Playing For Change

Published on Oct 12, 2011

Today we are proud to share a new video titled, “La Tierra Del Olvido” (The Land of The Forgotten), featured on our PFC 2 CD/DVD. This video features over 75 musicians across the country of Colombia. Throughout our journey we have learned that music is the greatest tool for healing broken countries, cultures and hearts. With this video we set our to unite and inspire the people of Colombia so they can move forward from years of conflict and create a positive future. Listen to the music, see the smiling faces and remember we are going to make it as a human race!! One Love, Mark

Redemption Song | Playing For Change | Song Around The World


Playing For Change

Published on Feb 7, 2011

This video from “PFC2: Songs Around the World” is a version of “Redemption Song” performed around the world in honor of Bob Marley’s birthday. We have reunited Bob with his son Stephen and the support of the entire planet. In this song there is a feeling of rising above the past and moving forward with love in our hearts and hope in our eyes.

Manu Chao Clandestino – Playing For Change

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Frontline Poisoned Waters


Lisa Edmonds

Published on Dec 28, 2015

Steve Bannon Out At White House | MSNBC

Huge Asteroid Florence to Fly By Earth on September 1

Trump’s DOJ Demands Personal Info On 1.3M Visitors to “DisruptJ20” Inauguration Protest Website

Chief Strategist Steve Bannon Out at White House

BILL GATES : Renewables is NOT A VIABLE solution for CLIMATE CHANGE


Bob S. Effendi

Published on Jul 16, 2016

Despite the popular believe that renewable can replace fossil is not what Bill Gates believe. He think that renewable is a “cute” solution for climate change but NOT the real solution.

ExxonMobil Escapes Responsibility for Role in Massive Tar Sands Oil Pipeline Spill


Aug 18, 2017

ExxonMobil has won a major court case over its role in a 2013 pipeline spill in Arkansas when more than 200,000 gallons of tar sands oil flowed through a residential neighborhood of Mayflower, Arkansas, and nearby waterways. U.S. pipeline regulators had fined Exxon $2.6 million and ordered the company to revise its pipeline safety procedures. But now a federal appeals court has sided with Exxon, overturning much of the regulator’s decision.