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Neighborocracy; Children's Parliament from India



Joseph Ratinam

Above: "Conversation between Indra Adnan, Joseph Ratinam, Swarnalakshmi Ravi, and Nathaniel Whitestone" (from description)

In efforts like this, we can only build stronger bridges in understanding of culture and heritage in order to proceed as a collective of individuals toward the goal of health, happiness, and love for the next 7 Generations around the world.


Currently among many efforts of the White Stone Canoe Peace Project, a member of the Enhancing Connections team Kevin Guyan has been in contact with Joseph Ratinam; Children's Parliament from India.







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