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Director : Jeff Orlowski.
Writer : Davis Coombe, Vickie Curtis, Jeff Orlowski.
Producer : Larissa Rhodes, Jeff Orlowski.
Release : March 16, 2017
Country : United States of America.
Production Company : Exposure Labs, Sustainable Films, Argent Pictures, Code Blue Foundation, EarthSense Foundation, Kendeda Fund, The.
Language : English.
Runtime : 93
Genre : Documentary.

Movie ‘Chasing Coral’ was released in March 16, 2017 in genre Documentary. Jeff Orlowski was directed this movie and starring by Andrew Ackerman. This movie tell story about Coral reefs are the nursery for all life in the oceans, a remarkable ecosystem that sustains us. Yet with carbon emissions warming the seas, a phenomenon called “coral bleaching”—a sign of mass coral death—has been accelerating around the world, and the public has no idea of the scale or implication of the catastrophe silently raging underwater.

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Director : Amy Schumer.
Writer : Amy Schumer.
Producer : Kim Caramele, Ryan Cunningham, Kevin Kane.
Release : March 7, 2017
Country : United States of America.
Production Company : NetFlix.
Language : English.
Runtime : 57 min.
Genre : Comedy.

‘Amy Schumer: The Leather Special’ is a movie genre Comedy, was released in March 7, 2017. Amy Schumer was directed this movie and starring by Amy Schumer. This movie tell story about Comic sensation Amy Schumer riffs on sex, dating and the absurdities of fame in a bold and uncensored stand-up set at Denver’s Bellco Theater.

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Tab for a Cause – Calling all heavy internet users!

Have you heard of Tab for a Cause? If not, the idea is super simple. TFAC is a browser extension (available for multiple browsers) that you can set up and when you open a new tab in your browser, it will display a page for a charity (of types that you’ve indicated you support or are interested in) which raises money. You don’t even have to click on anything (I never have). I just hit ctrl+t, and then type whatever URL I want to go to in the address bar (or tab over and type into the search bar since I primarily use firefox) and off I go.

You can set the frequency of how often new tabs display charity pages (mine is set to “every time”), and choose from a list of causes within the extension’s settings to support.

They have a FAQ page, but I can’t link directly to it due to the way their website is set up, so just head over to www.tabforacause.org and click on FAQ in the sidebar. It explains how it works.

Tab for a Cause supports:
Action Against Hunger
Water.org
Room to Read
Human Rights Watch
Educate!
Conservation International
International Peace Institute
Save the Children

I’ve also added this to the resources page.

Go Halfsies, help fight hunger

A few years ago I heard about a new (at the time) initiative called “Go Halfsies” (www.gohalfsies.com). Essentially what they do is allow you to order a smaller portion size (as well as healthier) meal, and instead of giving you a giant plate of food, they donate half to someone else who needs it (presumably like a shelter).

When I discovered them, they were just launching their pilot project in the US, in select cities. I was just randomly reminded of the project this week and thought I’d share it here (and added it to the resources page). I do think it’s a cool idea, because while the portion sizes here in Canada are regarded as being more reasonable compared to America, I still think they can be too big up here.

So, if you like the idea, go check out their website, read up, find out if they are in your area and support a good cause. Or heck, if you’re feeling extra helpful, maybe volunteer to get involved.

Movember and “Manning Up”

I came across a couple of items this week related to men and being a man that handily challenge the concept and turn your attention to some important and seldom talked about issues related to the concept.

First is a video challening the idea of the phrase “man up”. Some excellent beat poetry:

Next is an article written by a muslim man (Riaz Sayani-Mulji) about Movember. I really appreciated the perspective he gives, rightfully pointing out how Movember is really a “white bro” centric thing, and sadly/shamefully, said white bros have taken something that is supposed to be positive, and turned it into yet another thing they can discriminate and be king sh** about.

I highly recommend reading the whole thing, but here are some excerpts:

Yet my moustache wasn’t looked upon too kindly by my predominantly white classmates — I remember being laughed at for what some had deemed my “Paki stache.”

Living in a post-9/11 Canada rampant with Islamophobia, I was hesitant to grow facial hair. I had already been called a “terrorist” enough as a clean-shaven, brown-skinned young man — the idea of growing more facial hair, and giving strangers even more of a reason to do things like shout “Go back to Afghanistan” from their cars while I crossed the street, was out of the question.

We live in a society that likes to separate gender into two categories — or binaries — which stipulate specific roles and characteristics to each of them. So if women have even small amounts of facial hair, like moustaches, sideburns or goatees, they endure ridicule and shaming as a result.

When we consider that women of colour are more likely to have this facial hair be visible, or are coming from cultural contexts where facial hair on women is the norm and thus don’t take steps to remove it the way Western women might, it highlights how facial hair can be such a triggering subject along the lines of race.

And this shaming is exacerbated during Movember, with some “Mo Bros” openly jeering at women with facial hair and demanding that Movember be for men only [emphasis added].

Not to mention that the realities of “man” and “woman” aren’t reducible to gender binaries. For cis-people, where gendered experience easily maps onto their sexed body, Movember might not seem so threatening. But for trans people, what if they decide to grow a moustache — how are they included in Movember? Or how about a trans woman with testicles — are they allowed to participate?

Another reason why I don’t participate in Movember is because growing a moustache is such a strong symbol of masculinity in our society. Masculinity, or what it means to be a “real man,” is directly connected to the idea of dominance over women.

Just look at how Movember is promoted — it’s common to hear, “sluts should do anything for a Mo Bro,” or something along those lines, giving me the impression that some of the men participating in Movember tend to be the same ones at house parties, nightclubs and in dorm rooms ignoring consent and committing acts of sexual assault and rape.

So if growing a moustache is a part of masculinity, and if this masculinity includes things like not caring about consent, what does that imply for Movember? Is Movember contributing to rape culture, by re-enforcing this idea of what it means to be a “real man?”

Even though it’s nearly the end of Movember, and we’ll be seeing a lot fewer moustaches around, please start to think about some of the issues I’ve raised, especially if they’re true for your “Mo community.” It’s time to seriously consider why you grow the moustache, and the impact you’re having by participating in Movember.

I hate to be a downer, but I think he has some very valid and legitimate points and much like how clicking “like” on a charity facebook page doesn’t do anything to actually help the targets of that charity, growing a moustache doesn’t really do a whole lot to actually fight cancer. While raising awareness IS good and important (certainly!), we have a problem in our society where that’s largely ALL we do – raise awareness, talk about things in passing, but never actually directly act or contribute. I’m guilty of this too, for the record. Even just throwing 10 bucks at a charity and thinking we’ve “done our part” isn’t really right. Statistics suggest that in many cases, only a small fraction of donations actually go to helping the cause. Here is more info on why donating to charities isn’t such a great thing.

I think everyone needs to step up a bit more. We all grow moustaches but we still hold up the macho facade of being tough guys who don’t need to go see a doctor and get checked out.

We can do better, folks. We can and we must. And we shall.

What charitable cause is most important to you, and why?

I’ve been thinking a lot about the subject of education lately, as it has become apparent to me that so many of the problems in society are largely due to lack of knowledge. The more people know, the more well-informed decisions they can make.

A question I have been thinking about lately, that I have been running by a few people to see what they think, is “should a certain level or standard of education be mandatory, and if so, how should it be regulated and by whom?”. I feel that a certain standard or level should be mandatory, it’s the second half of the question that is tricky.

Just this morning I found this recent video by the vlogbrothers which really made me smile. I’ve never seen anything like this before and it seems like a darn good idea!

John talks about having viewers upload videos talking about their favourite charities and why they think those charities deserve more support, and at the end of the project the community decides together which charities will in fact receive additional support from viewer donations.

One thing that caught my attention was when John mentioned “charities to combat illiteracy”. That caught my attention because I had completely forgotten about the fact that in order to learn, you kind of do need to be able to read. It’s something I take largely for granted (and I read A LOT), but once it was put back into my awareness it jumped to the front of the line for me as far as importance goes. People who can’t read are certainly limited and disadvantaged in this world. My own father is only semi-literate, and I’ve seen how he has struggled with this. At an even higher level, if you can barely read, you have little to no hope of being able to catch subtle wording in for instance, political reporting or news, you are far more likely to not be able to parse what you read to separate the truth from the BS and be able to ask good follow-up questions.

As far as other charities go, I have donated to Open Media, I have supported United by Blue (not specifically a charity, but a non-profit org) and Because I am a girl, among others.

So check out the Foundation to Decrease Worldsuck and consider getting involved however you can.

Helping instead of Arresting

Whenever I see these, I will post them. There’s a lot of unpleasant things happening in the world and it is always good to have a reminder that good things happen too! Bravo Officer!

On the right: Miami Dade County Police Officer Vicki Thomas, who is a wonderful human being.

The woman on the left is a mother from Miami who was so desperate to feed her hungry family that she was trying to steal a lot of food. The woman on the right is Miami-Dade County Police Officer Vicki Thomas. Officer Thomas was about to arrest Jessica Robles but changed her mind at the last minute. Instead of arresting her, she bought Robles $100 worth of groceries: “I made the decision to buy her some groceries because arresting her wasn’t going to solve the problem with her children being hungry.” And there’s no denying they were hungry. Robles’ 12 year old daughter started crying when she told local TV station WSVN about how dire their situation was: “[It’s] not fun to see my brother in the dirt hungry, asking for food, and we have to tell him, ‘There is nothing here.’” Officer Thomas says she has no question that what she did was right: “To see them go through the bags when we brought them in, it was like Christmas. That $100 to me was worth it.” But Officer Thomas did have one request: “The only thing I asked of her is, when she gets on her feet, that she help someone else out. And she said she would.” And guess what? The story gets even better. After word got out about what happened people donated another $700 for Jessica Robles to spend at the grocery store. And then best of all a local business owner invited her in for an interview and ended up hiring her on the spot as a customer service rep. She started crying when he told her: “There’s no words how grateful I am that you took your time and helped somebody out. Especially somebody like me.” And to think it all started with one veteran police officer trusting her “instinct” instead of going “by the book”. Courtesy WSVN

From Facebook via Frank Somerville KTVU.