THE CONSCIOUS WORLD
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Building The Conscious World is about tearing down the old, avoiding the hype, and actively standing for the value of informed empathy. In a world facing multiple crises, this is a supportive virtual community of academics, authors, artists, activists, and informed, caring people responding together. to a world on fire. Our magazine, forum, and creative pages are currently seeking talent and offering space to share passion. Please join us today!
Forum: The Human Chat
THE CONSCIOUS WORLD
In the Conscious World, every person who has heart, has value, and something to bring to the table. Contributors can join, build their own content on the forum, and submit feature articles for potential webzine publication.
Who is the Conscious World? We all are. Every member of this community is here to take part of a larger movement of creating a conscious, connected world to cohabitate in. We realize that the survival of our species and our earth depends on collaborative action. The Conscious World aims to create a place of connection for people working towards a better world--through organizational and individual work, art, activism, advocacy, outreach, research, teaching, journalism, and more.
The Conscious World magazine features stories, art, forum discussions, and more focused on the need for well researched, empathetic, and effective efforts towards social, economic, environmental, and justice reform. The key perspective here includes the way people are building, in many different ways, better ways to face challenging situations that threaten our social communities, species survival, and natural environments.
Forum: The Human Chat
Table of Contents
The Shared Classroom
Reviews of organizational. social, environmental, and political accountability
Living in The Conscious World requires wisdom, skill, and reflection.
In The Shared Classroom everyone knows something you don't, and everyone has something to share. Fascinating lessons, lectures, and tutorials crucial to building a more conscious world are shared by teachers of all kinds in this forum--from those formally in a classroom to those developing field, lab, and crafty skills essential to surviving and rebuilding the damaged world.
The Human Chat is a special forum for members only featuring discussion between community members on various dimensions of the human experience, including work, health, travel, grief, addiction, justice, and celebration.
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The Living Earth focuses on potential solutions to the crises facing nature, the environment, resources used, and health.
Emphasis is put on environmentally conscious organizations, activists, and ways of living, as well as reviews of some of organizational practices currently harming our earth.
Sharp, humorous, and relevant evaluations of contemporary media and public performances offer a way to respond to the images, statements, and sentiments in TV, books, music, movies, art, and other creative expressions.
The Conscious Critic offers media reviews rooted in critical theory, with a focus on representations of identity, social struggle, and alternate worlds from visions of artists across mediums and genres.
Contemporary social, economic, and environmental challenges require people-led, evidence-based solutions.
The Research Corner presents a showcase of interesting research projects from contributors that include teachers and research specialists across scientific and social scientific disciplines--all with the aim of of answering vital questions that can lead us to new, better ways of organizing society and living on our planet.
The Local Spotlight
In response to the face of oppression, dehumanization, and bigotry, allied communities who hold high the values of empathy, equity, and justice must collaborate in solidarity to spark change.
In The Current World, news is delivered from the perspective of an activist or an expert responding to serious problems with the aim to protect and enrich life on this planet for all sentient beings.
This includes comprehensive and nuanced views on major national and international events offered by contributors. The goal is to avoid click-bait by providing informative news analysis.
The Ethical Scorecard review organizational efforts to be socially and environmentally accountable on a point based scorecard.
Featured in scores: Companies treating fines as fees for the privilege to break laws, further impoverishing or hurting the poorest demographic of their customer base, excessively exploiting their workforce, funding detention centers and prisons, polluting our earth to make profit rather than changing their practices, and more!
Communities across the world face unique challenges to ensure that people have access to care, stability, dignity, and opportunity. On the ground, people confront these challenges in innovative ways, addressing need, practice, custom, and policy in a united effort to help others and make the world a better place.
The Local Spotlight features behind-the-scene reviews of the work, mission, events, and people who make up non-profit, individual, and grassroots mobilization efforts to actively create social changes that embody empathy, equity, empowerment, and justice, promote positive action, and offer community support to the suffering. Also included are local businesses promoting education, good causes, and/or surprisingly fair economic distribution of profits.