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Photo credit: snapshot from Think on Vimeo When one of my fellow Parentables contributors suggested we write about a new book exposing "how women in America are less knowledgeable about current events and our own government than they are about celebrity details," many attempts to steer my daughter away from the rumor rags towards magazines with more coverage of current political and cultural events encouraged me to take the topic. Is it possible there is a book that can help moms everywhere win this crucial adolescent skirmish? I often wonder if it was hard for my two girls growing up with a chemist mom, all logic and no make-up. But Lisa Bloom's amusing anecdotes about her childhood relegate my mothering to the category of cake-walk. Lisa's world view was shaped by her mother, the high-profile feminist attorney Gloria Allred, and her alternative father -- parents who taught her to question even such apparent no-brainers as whether the Dalai Lama or giving to charity are " good ".
This trailer is the first glimpse of One Day on Earth , an ambitious motion picture shot by thousands of filmmakers in every country in the world on a single day: October 10, 2010. The trailer alone includes footage from 90 individuals and organizations. The producer/director Kyle Ruddick is currently editing down 3,000 hours of film and is asking for help via Kickstarter to complete the project. I don’t know about you but it gave me chills. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>