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Riding and Repairing Bikes in Sierra Leone, the Connection between People and the Built Environment, and the Era of Historical Democracy

Looking back one, two and five years ago today on Worldchanging:

2009
Village Bike Project: Distributing Bikes and Education Across Africa
Adam Werbach nominates Village Bicycle Project as part of Worldchanging's Attention Philanthropy Campaign; find out more about his friend Brittany's work to help help girls learn how to ride and repair bikes in Sierra Leone...

2008
Environment, Attitudes, and Behavior
Clark Williams-Derry explores our physical environment -- the objects we surround ourselves with, and the places we make for ourselves -- can have a potent influence both on what we do, and on how we think...

2005
The Democratization of History
Jamais Cascio argues that we have entered an era where we are all historians and explores how revolutionary this change really is...


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A very well written article that explains how small positive actions can lead to large changes in society. Well Done.

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Posted by: Steve Thomas on 8 Jul 10

A very well written article that explains how small positive actions can lead to large changes in society. Well Done.


Posted by: Steve T on 8 Jul 10

Ahh, nostalgia.


Posted by: kennethkevan on 10 Jul 10

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