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Change from within – The story of Jayne Waithera and Samuel Odwar

By on September 11, 2017

Exclusion, marginalization and discrimination. For Jayne Waithera this is part of daily life.

Jayne was born with albinism, a condition caused by the absence of pigment of the skin, hair and eyes. After her mother left her when Jayne was still a toddler, she grew up with her grandmother in…

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Take Action Social Changemakers for Truth and Reconciliation

By on August 14, 2017

Hey all,

We hope you’ve been having a relaxing summer just doing your thing! Social justice work requires self-care so make sure you are taking care of yourself this summer while school is out.

With that said are you bored and not sure what to do with the next two weeks,…

Students with instagram frame at Social Changemakers Conference


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What? Where have we been and what’s going on?

By on June 28, 2017

Hey Social Changemakers!

We have missed you. It’s been a crazy year we’ve been everywhere from Eganville to Georgetown to Thunder Bay to Cornwall training and learning from new Social Changemakers.  I know it’s the end of the school year and you are all in the midst of exams and…


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Harmony back on the road!

By on January 31, 2017

We’ve had a very busy fall here at Harmony Movement reaching Social Changemakers across Ontario.  We’ve been inspired by students in Belleville, Peterborough and even way up in Eganville, Ontario.  Thanks for all the memories and we look forward to hearing about the amazing things you do!

We are making…


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How Do We Talk about Donald Trump?

By on December 19, 2016

We are coming up to a new year, 2016 was a tumultuous time. We want to talk about some issues that have arisen since the election of Donald Trump, including how it affects Canada and what the impacts could be (and have already been) on ourselves and those around…

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