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Post  camprn on Sun 22 Apr - 19:33

Happy Earth Day! This is an award winning film from WGBH in Boston shown on 'The American Experience' about the History of Earth Day and why we have much to be thankful for from the previous generation's efforts to restore the health of our environment and why it is still a good idea to pay attention to it.
Watch Earth Days on PBS. See more from American Experience.


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There are certain pursuits which, if not wholly poetic and true, do at least suggest a nobler and finer relation to nature than we know. The keeping of bees, for instance. ~ Henry David Thoreau



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Post  martha on Sun 22 Apr - 19:42

My birth mother (as opposed to my mother Earth!) kept me out of school on the first Earth Day so that she and I could join the group of people spending the day at the town Common, holding signs and wearing arm-bands.

Thanks, Mom, for pointing me in the right direction!

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Post  Chopper on Sun 22 Apr - 20:08

I remember that first earth day. There has actually been some progress. I also remember rivers on fire. If that's not a sign that things need fixing, I don't know what is. LOL.


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