We all find ourselves tethered to that little box of joy–the smartphone–sometimes a bit more than we should. In the coming week smntks will be looking at the impact that our media saturated environment has on us for both good and bad.
Today from Unicef comes a great example of the good we can do with our smartphones. Instead of just clicking like, do something you know you should do anyways: put your phone down for a few minutes.
The Tap Project challenges you to put down your phone: 10 minutes touch free will result in a day of clean water for a child in need. How many days can you donate while you clear your mind?
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Author: Susan X Jane
Susan X Jane is a diversity educator, speaker, and trainer and coach. A former professor and media literacy activist, she now consults with organizations looking to make sense of our current cultural shift. She thinks a lot about media and race…a lot...and writes and speaks about media…and race... and encourages everyone she meets to think about the way our identity shapes our experiences, ideas, and beliefs about the world. If you're reading this, she wants you to think about it too. Want to talk about it? Let's go.
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thanks for sharing!