This year the whole world is a hurt place because of the coronavirus pandemic. We could all use a little generosity and beauty.
So for this year’s RadJoy Global Earth Exchange you’ll have more opportunities than ever before to find and make beauty—wherever you are.
Join us for a whole week of finding and making beauty
This year, instead of joining just by going to a damaged place and making a gift for it, you’ll be able to participate through two international Zoom Gatherings and a whole week of opportunities to create, share, and connect.
Why Making Beauty Matters More than Ever (Trebbe Johnson, Founder of Radical Joy for Hard Times)
Reflections on the Global Earth Exchange (Judy Todd—Poet, founder of NatureConnect NW, and 11-year participant in the Global Earth Exchange)
Poem and Message (Merry, 11-year-old podcast host, writer, and environmentalist from England)
Your invitation to enter into a whole week of finding and making beauty for a world of hurt
“Radical Joy for Hard Times” original song (Nan Collie, Singer-songwriter)
Global Earth Exchange Week
Sat, June 20th to Sat, June 27th
Radical Joy Community is our new online hub where you can connect with others who share your love of places on Earth that are hurt or endangered and want to give something back to them.
Our Community is launching with the 2020 Global Earth Exchange: Making Beauty for a World of Hurt. Each day you’ll discover a creative practice that you can do alone or with family and friends, no matter where you live. Then you can share your responses and gifts of beauty with the Community.
Click here to get the code you need to register for Radical Joy Community. Welcome! We look forward to getting to know you and to learning about the places you love and care for.
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