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Kevin Annett on Common Law Court of Wales Radio 28 Jan 2015

Published on Jan 29, 2015

Andy Peacher hosts Kevin Annett on Common Law Court of Wales Radio show on 28 January 2015 on Common Law Citizens Arrests, Common law Training & Commercial liens to remedy all injustices being faced by humanity from Satanic influences in Corporations acting outside of Honour –

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Women's World Banking: Building a Better Future for Women

Published on Mar 9, 2012

This video, created by The Microlending Film Project and featured at Women’s World Banking International Women’s Day Breakfast on March 8, 2012, highlights our commitment to sustainability. 105 more words

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Sewa - Banking on Indian Women

I RESEARCHED THIS AWHILE AGO, IT’S TIME TO INCLUDE HOW THE INDIAN WOMEN ARE STANDING TOGETHER IN BANKS AND LOANS FOR WOMEN.

Published on Jun 8, 2012… 124 more words

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Gardens Grow Volunteer Engagement

This is the last post in a our week long series on the many gardens that have sprouted up around House of Friendship.  Aside from plants, there is a common thread that connects all of our different green endeavours together, and that is volunteers! 586 more words

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Gardens Grow Green Communities


It has been our experience that a garden always gives back more than it receives. At House of Friendship this becomes clearer each spring as different communities and people connected to us start coming together to plan, to plant, to work and to celebrate. 662 more words

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Gardens Grow Healthy Food!

Today is the second day of our garden series on the blog. Yesterday we highlighted the different ways you get involved in the many different garden related activities at House of Friendship. 770 more words

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Gardens Grow With a Little Help From Friends

In a sunny room at Charles Village, members of the Supportive Housing garden team gather amongst seed packets and pots of soil. They are getting their hands dirty starting seedlings and going over last year’s efforts in the gardens that have sprouted up around the Supportive Housing buildings: Eby Village, Charles Village and Cramer House, as well as at the Charles Street Men’s Hostel. 837 more words

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