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Lights go out worldwide for Earth Hour 2009

Yesterday, the international community joined during Earth Hour 2009, an energy conservation initiative that was started a few years go. In the imagery after the jump, you'll see some of the world's most symbolic landmarks kill their light switches. It's estimated that roughly…

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The Cause: Falling Whistles

Blackbird's tuned us into Falling Whistles, a nonprofit started by Sean Carasso after a trip to the war zone of the Republic of Congo. Here's what they had to say:  Happening upon an illegal prison for children, he learned boys too small to…

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JR Art: From Kenya onto Cambodia

Wooster Collective has just gotten some images of JR Art's ongoing projects in Africa. You may remember JR from his work in the slums of Kenya just last month. Now, the photographer has shifted to Cambodia and as you can see from…

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Kibera, Kenya’s Slums

Kibera, Kenya is one of the Africa's largest slums and designer JR has completed his most ambitious project to date. Today, after more than a year of planning, 2000 square meters of rooftops have been covered with photos of the eyes and faces…

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A Glance at Refugees Worldwide

"Seeking Refuge" is originally presented on Good Magazine and this is what they have to say: Wars, famine, and natural disasters are just a few of the reasons people are forced to leave their homes and flee their countries. Around the world, millions…

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No War Heartbeat by Mau Design

To get political here would be out of character, but to stand up for what's right is something that's in our nature. I won't take a side but know that when innocent lives are being taken, that is not justice. Mau Design…

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Soles for Souls at Blackbird

Blackbird's just brought light to something I think deserves some attention. It is estimated that Americans have 1.5 billion pairs of unused shoes lying in their closets. We outgrow some and some become outdated, and for some reason, we're just too…

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