www.foodmatters.tv In this day and age healing our bodies means also that we are nourishing and healing the planet. I truly believe that the symptoms of our modern day technocratic society (Obesity, Cancer, Heart Disease, Depression and even Global Warming) are actually larger symptoms of disconnection. Disconnection from the foods we consume, disconnection from our family and community and most importantly disconnection from the soil. One of the most important areas we need to look into when considering whole body health and creating a sustainable planet revolves around caring for the soil under our feet. If we truly nourish the soil we can create a sustainable way in which we interact with the planet and in turn produce highly mineralized and nutritious organic foods. It is these key areas of nutrition and food production education that we need much of at this point in humanity. We have made it our mission with the ‘Food Matters’ DVD and this website to help share this important information with you so that you may pass it along to the next generation and to those you love and care for. This is why we are excited to be bringing you ‘Dirt The Movie’. ‘Dirt’ is a fantastic new film fresh on the scene after premiering at ‘Sundance’ in 2009. Inspired by William Bryant Logan’s book “Dirt: The Ecstatic Skin of the Earth”, this film takes an investigative look into the history and current state of the living organic matter that we come from and will later return to. It is a …
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Mumbai’s film industry, often called Bollywood, is the largest film producer in India, and one of the largest centers of film production in the world. This Nov. 13, 2009, lecture by Professor Rachel Dwyer – School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London – sheds light on Hindi cinema’s depiction of history and nation. This event is part of ISSS International Education Week. Sponsored by: Asian Studies Program.
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