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Organize or attend a Social Good Summit Meetup in your own hometown or anywhere around the world as part of The Global Conversation.
Monday, September 24, 2012, 6:00 PM
On Monday September 24, 2012, we are going to make history. On that day (or around that day if it works better for you) we are inviting people all over the world to create and join Meetups to connect with people around you about the biggest challenges facing our world. And we’re all answering the same big question: “How can new technology and new media create solutions for the biggest problems facing my community?”
Our goal is to hear the voices and ideas of people everywhere. We are bringing together a global social good community, tackling the same question, exchanging information and sharing the same spirit and the same hashtag #SGSglobal.
In the weeks that follow the Social Good Summit, we’ll be sharing and starting conversations around all the local discussions. And at the end of the year we’ll bring together all the local discussions into one “worldwide paper,” a crowdsourced global action plan that highlights the opportunities – and challenges – we all face.
We want to create one of the biggest, most global and most powerful conversations the world has ever seen. And we want you to join us. To do this, we need the social good community everywhere to get engaged.
Raff, for example, can invariably be found there sharing his awesome artistic talents and his zeal for life. Pacocurates for the Las Vegas News Bureau which has a fantastic exhibit there at the Boulevard Mall:
65 Years on Film: A Celebration of the Las Vegas News Bureau - Large Scale Exhibition
The Boulevard Mall
3528 S. Maryland Parkway
Now through July 2013
the beauty of social good is that it can happen anywhere at any time. … but some forums have “sanctuaries” and history and stories and communities which are perhaps more deserving of additional attention from a “social good” standpoint. The The Boulevard Mall and the Hispanic Museum of Nevada are such places.
Check out these historic links for this historic neighborhood from last year:
Las Vegas News Bureau presents “A Place in Paradise”:
A Photographic retrospective of the Paradise Palms neighborhood,
the Stardust Golf Club and The Boulevard
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