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“Beyond Organic” Produce Seeks to Fuse Critical Thinking and Sustainable Living

Founded by the Southern California Chapter of the Party in 1977,Community Services Unlimited Inc. (CSU) continues in the spirit of the Panthers to serve the people, body, and soul!

I met some Black Panthers when I came to Los Angeles for the first time in 1994, and in them I saw the personification of the term “loving the people”. Founded by the Southern California Chapter of the Party in 1977, Community Services Unlimited Inc. (CSU) continues in the spirit of the Panthers to serve the people, body, and soul! CSU seeks to create justice-driven community-rooted programs that build critical thinking and sustainable living.

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The Emissaries From the Future Have Landed and They Want Your Imagination

Imagination is a muscle- and it’s one that democracy urgently needs to exercise.

Imagination is our birthright: everyone owns this power and everything created must first be imagined. Yet, too often, we’re persuaded to believe our voices don’t count or that the future is determined by a powerful few. In these times, exercising social imagination—the capacity to envision alternatives to what is—is a radical and necessary act, shifting dominant narratives and affirming that all of us make the future.

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Milk + Bookies Spreads The Love Of Reading Through “Book-raising” Parties

Milk + Bookies fosters literacy and service learning by providing the tools, resources, and guidance required for children and their peers to host their own Milk + Bookies parties.

Milk + Bookies was started 10 years ago by mompreneur, Meredith Alexander, with the mission to spread the love of reading and to teach kids the importance of giving back, instilling in them a powerful sense of self-confidence, pride, and goodwill towards others. To date, we have helped raise and donate over 221,276 books to underserved children, organizations, and schools all over the country and inspired more than 57,266 “future philanthropists”.

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