As we’ve been blogging about recently leaders from 20 of the world’s largest economies are gathering in London for the G20 Summit in a little over a week—the most important talks to date on rebuilding the global economy.
If you’ve been following the ONE blog recently, prepare to be amazed. As previously mentioned, seen, and celebrated, more ONE volunteers across the country are visiting their members of Congress to introduce (or reintroduce) ONE and request a formal meeting. How can we possibly visit all these members of Congress in a matter of days? There’s no Santa Claus-esque secret here, it’s simply through the efforts of our incredible volunteers. See what they had to say about their visits! -Ian McGroarty, US Field Intern
Yesterday I left my flip flops behind and headed west to check out the Thursday night worship service held by Reformation, the high school student ministry at the Calvary Chapel Worship Center in New Port Richey, Florida. During the month of March, Reformation dedicates each Thursday evening service to a different social justice cause.
Are you looking for a way to support the efforts of assuring that everyone in the world has access to clean water? If you’re already planning to go to a restaurant next week, you can find one in your area that has partnered with the Tap Project and you can be part of the solution!
Zimbabwean political leader, nominee to be Deputy Agriculture Secretary and activist Roy Bennett will be joining political commentator and consultant Joe Trippi for a rare television appearance on the MSNBC show 1600: Penn Ave tonight at 6:00pm.