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Laughing Revolution TV – Dinner at Chez Madness

Upper class ladies Bernadette and Laura go out for lunch at a fancy restaurant.  After some idle chatter revealing their excessive lifestyle, they have an eye-opening encounter with their waiter Roger who graphically, and hyper-exuberantly, reveals to them the real nature of the farming and ranching practices behind the items on the menu.  Vegans will love this one.  

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Joyfully Becoming a Change Agent

I was delighted to receive a call from Krista Hiser, the Faculty Outreach Coordinator for Service Learning at Kapiolani Community College, requesting that I lead a workshop at an overnight retreat weekend for college students they were co-sponsoring with the University of Hawaii’s West Sustainability group.  The topic of the retreat was: Building a Community of Change Agents.

Posted in In The Good News

Jesters In Action – Street Team for the Laughing Revolution

Proud Americans Misbehaving in the Name of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness! Become a Jester in Action and join a community of playful activists who are passionate about making a difference, and who have serious fun in the process! Laughing Revolution Headquarters designs and issues Missions that outline “real world” adventures that are fun, provocative and also educate and

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Keiki Voices Video Production Skills Workshops for Youth

Girl With Camera

Imagine your students fully engaged in video media projects that prepare them for success in today’s digital world!  Keiki Voices delivers an inspiring learning environment.  Students will increase self-confidence and discover a powerful way to communicate as they develop, write, storyboard, direct, act, shoot and edit their own video!  We believe our youth have something important to say and design

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Laughing Revolution TV – Visit to the Dietitian

Concerned wife and mother Violet visits a “health professional” in hopes of learning good nutritional practices.  She meets Brenda, a dietitian who embodies the values of the profit-driven food industry that is prevalent in the United States.  Violet innocently asks questions about how to improve the health of herself and her family and is quite shocked by the FDA approved

Posted in The Laughing Revolution

Grow Food Easily in a Square Foot Garden and Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Square Foot Gardening is a simple method of how to garden with less work and will grow a lot of food in a small space.  In this video, Mel Bartholomew shows us why and how to garden with this method. The grocery stores are filled with produce which makes many people ask: why should we grow our own food? Well, think

Posted in Green Solutions

The Launch of The Laughing Revolution

USING HUMOR AS A TOOL FOR SOCIAL ACTION The human race has one really effective weapon, AND THAT IS LAUGHTER.     – Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) Are you ready for positive change but feel discouraged when you focus on all the problems?  Want a new approach?  If so, The Laughing Revolution wants YOU!  We are recruiting an army of Everyday Heroes

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Farm to School Helps Reduce Childhood Obesity and Teach Healthy Eating

In Hawai’i, we have 200,000 school-age children and about 20% do not eat any fruits or vegetables every day.  About 30% of Hawai’i kids entering kindergarten are overweight and by the time they reach high school about 50% are considered obese.   Meanwhile the government is spending more money on health care than ever before and subsidizing large scale farming and

Posted in Green Solutions

Natural Alternatives to Toxic Cleaning and Body Care Products

Want to know the difference between natural soap versus detergents on your skin? Looking for a reason why you’re so fatigued or have that strange rash under your arms?  In this video, you will learn about the toxic chemicals used in mainstream cleaning supplies and body care products and some healthy natural alternatives you can try. Oftentimes people are sensitive

Posted in Green Solutions

ShareFest Honolulu – Directions and Parking

Where is the Sustainability Courtyard? The Sustainability Courtyard of University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa, outlined in yellow below, is located between Kuykendall Hall & the Hawaiʻi Institute of Geophysics off of Correa Rd.   Driving Directions from H1 and Parking Info Going either direction on H1, take exit 24B for University Ave. (If heading Ewa, you will make a slight right onto University Ave. If

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