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Barbara Cervone
  • Barrington, RI
  • United States

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In Our Global Village
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Your Name and Title:Barbara Cervone, Ed.D., PresidentSchool or Organization Name:What Kids Can Do, Inc.Area of the World from Which You Will Present:USALanguage in Which You Will…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Diane Midness Nov 5, 2013.


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President, What Kids Can Do/Next Generation Press
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USA, Rhode Island
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
Both my personal life and my work have made global awareness and learning a core element in how I experience the world. I have been blessed by the chance to work with youth, armed with digital cameras and tape recorders, in Eastern Europe, East Africa, China--and am passionate about sharing their work and voices.
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WKCD, a US-based nonprofit that promotes "powerful learning with public purpose," has worked with youth as social documenters and knowledge creators across four continents. Our "Global Youth Voices" program includes more than 100 media pieces created by youth worldwide and an international initiative called "In Our Global Village" (IOGV). Five years ago, I produced a photo essay book with youth in a rural Tanzanian village that documented daily life there. Since then, over 30 groups of students and teachers in the US and across the world have produced their own "In Our Village" books--from North Hollywood, CA to the jungles of Nepal.
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English (some Italian).
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Support education renewal in two-hard hit Japanese villages

Just ten days before the Great East Japan Earthquake devastated the northeast coast of Japan, children in a remote village in southwestern Japan published a book to open the eyes of the world: Art and Life In Rural Japan: Toho Village Through the Eyes of Its Youth. In stunning photographs and simple first-person narratives, they offered…


Posted on March 10, 2012 at 12:57pm

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