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Genesee Valley Citizens for Peace

Genesee Valley Citizens for Peace is a nonviolent activist group, maintaining close contacts with national groups such as Peace Action NYS, and Nicaragua Network, and MoveOn. Our members includes concerned individuals from Livingston, Genesee, Monroe, Ontario, and Wyoming counties. We extend membership to any person anywhere who believes in our goals and our methods.

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Sewickley Electrolysis

From Julie’s website: Electrolysis requires a great amount of skill, and even though electrolysis machines are sold for home use, we recommend you turn to a trained and experienced electrologist. Picking the right electrologist to do the job is by far the most important factor in determining a safe and effective treatment. The removal of hair with electrolysis is an intricate procedure; the tiny probe needs to be precisely inserted in order for electrolysis to be effective. Modern technology has made electrolysis hair removal less painful. We provide the gold standard and world’s most advanced technology in electrolysis.

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Emancipation Again

“Emancipation…Again” is a civic, educational and artistic exploration of the legacy of freedom. This web-based, global collaboration will bring scholars, artists, educators, and K12 students together in a variety of forums to share their unique experiences on Emancipation. Musicians and educators in the US, West Africa, and Europe will create joint works of music and art that combine their unique views of their common history…the Atlantic Slave Trade. By sharing these views in music, writing, drama, and visual arts, we can all get a more complete picture of our global heritage.

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Letters to Mother Earth

Partnership with Glenn McClure and Wesleyan University. Dear Mother Earth: Letters to the Planet is an environmental oratorio that celebrates the common environmental hopes of children around the world. Children in Ghana, Nicaragua, Vietnam, Italy, and many other countries have joined their peers in Middletown, Connecticut, to write letters to the Earth. These student writings include gentle observations of the planet’s beauty, gratitude for all the Earth gives them, apologies for mistreatment of the earth and pledges to make their part of the world clean and free of pollution.