Outside the Western World, Matriarchies Still Exist Today
When Rebecca Lolosoli’s husband left their village of Wamba, in the Samburu District in Kenya for a business trip, a group of men attacked and robbed her....
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Sourdough and List Making – Shifting to a Zero-Waste Kitchen
“My food waste eureka moment came when I was at a talk by Massimo Bottura. People in the audience kept asking him, ‘what can I do?,” shares Chef Christine Tizzard, cookbook author and zero-waste advocate. ...
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Cancel Canada Day: Celebrate Indigenous Languages Instead
The first week of July is one associated with fireworks and feasts for many people in North America. “Canada Day” is a national holiday intended to mark the passing of the Constitution Act in 1867 and thus the creation of what we now call “Canada”. ...
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Indigenous Rapper Joey Stylez Opens Music Studio to Mentor Emerging Artists
As a young artist, Joseph “Joey Stylez” LaPlante never had a mentor. “It’s something I never experienced; I had to learn everything on my own,” he explains. “I know I would be way better off if I had someone that could have ......
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A Space for Every Body
Keighty Gallagher, founder of Tight Club Athletics, sat down with us to share her thoughts on how COVID changed the fitness industry and her passion for both mental and physical health. ::: Tell us how Tight Club Athletics came to be. What inspired you? I started Tight Club Athletics back in 2012 to...
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Dismantling Environmental Racism in Canada
“There are few people who want a landfill near them.” Dr. Ingrid Waldron, a professor in the Faculty of Health at Dalhousie University and the executive director of the ENRICH Project, studies the intersections of health, race, and socioeconomic status in communities affected by...
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India's Farmers: Sowing the Seeds of Dissent
Malala Yousafzai has been quoted as saying “If people were silent, nothing would change.” This past year has emphasized the power of this sentiment. Uprisings and protests have been happening across the globe - activists standing up against injustice, diverse politicians working to dismantle fro...
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Black Liberation Now: Support Black-led Initiatives in Vancouver, Calgary and Chicago
Black history month is a time of celebration, unity and connection. Most importantly, it is a time to be inspired into action. At RIPPLE OF CHANGE, our philosophy is to give those with a passion for change the tools to make a difference. ...
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There’s a rumbling of change reverberating around the globe, catalyzed by the realization that we must come together, even when we are separated by land, sea and an invisible disease. It is in this climate that we launch RIPPLE OF CHANGE magazine.

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930 Days Behind Bars

Issue 01 — Page 58-69 As the years continue to pass, here are some ways Mizouni and Walid Al-Hathloul say readers can take action. Ways to help when time and resources are limited. WRITE to elected officials in charge of foreign affairs, demanding your country pressures Saudi Arabia to release political prisoners like Al-Hathloul. Sign […]
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All Eyes on Mi'kma'ki

Issue 01 - Page 22-31 Idle No More, an Indigenous-led social movement, has brought Indigenous peoples in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta together to protest the Canadian government’s dismantling of environmental protection laws. Ways to help when time and resources are limited. EDUCATE yourself on the history of the peoples of your land. WATCH the documentary, […]
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Compassion in the Age of Covid

Issue 01 – Page 44-57 The best way to get through a crisis is together. An act of kindness can not only help someone else, but it can also give us a sense of purpose when we feel uncertain. It’s easy to feel like our actions don’t matter but by extending a hand (at a […]
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Gender Equity Now

Issue 01 — Page 70-83 Gender equity is crucial to a better future. Change requires collective action — what role can you play in enhancing the social, economic and political equality of women, girls and trans and non-binary people? Ways to help when time and resources are limited. NOMINATE a girl, or trans or non-binary […]
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Surveillance, Resistance & Black Organizing in 2020

Issue 01 – Page 32-43 Ways to help when time and resources are limited. SHARE tools for protesters to keep their identities safe. DONATE bail funds that help protesters and activists to get out of jail. SUPPORT Black Lives Matter. Here is a list of links to get you started and ways you can help.  TALK to your friends, […]
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Shiva Delivers

Issue 01 – Page 84-91 No matter how different our religious or cultural backgrounds are, we can always find commonalities. More importantly, we can use our spiritual, political and cultural values to help others. Consider what guides your soul and channel that into something powerful.  Ways to help when time and resources are limited. BRAINSTORM […]
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