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Our Wild World

Our Wild World

Monday at 8 AM Pacific

May 06th 2013:Walking Thunder with guests Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson

We have seen and heard evidence from indigenous peoples the world over that attests to the challenges of globalization and climate change. What events the eye seizes, what stories we gather, what species, tribes and life forms we are able to save will be our legacy to the next generation. We cannot tell the children of the future that this is where the wild things were. The book and the upcoming film re-imagine our mind-body-spirit connection between elephants and us, and thus the web of life between us, and animals. The crisis elephants are facing is a direct and deeper question of the chall

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Cyril Christo

Christo states, "Humans may have followed elephants along ancient migration paths out of Africa. Like us, elephants recognize who they are...They have influenced us biologically, culturally, and mythically for hundreds of thousands of years. When we stare into their eyes, we stare into the eyes of origin. Without the elephants, we lose our ballast. We have this decade to stop the slaughter of the innocents. Their future is our fate." Cyril Christo and his wife Marie Wilkinson are poets, photographers and documentary filmmakers. The two have documented their passion for the elephant most recently in a book entitled Walking Thunder: In The Footsteps Of The African Elephant (Merrill, London 2
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Marie Wilkinson

Christo states, "Humans may have followed elephants along ancient migration paths out of Africa. Like us, elephants recognize who they are...They have influenced us biologically, culturally, and mythically for hundreds of thousands of years. When we stare into their eyes, we stare into the eyes of origin. Without the elephants, we lose our ballast. We have this decade to stop the slaughter of the innocents. Their future is our fate." Cyril Christo and his wife Marie Wilkinson are poets, photographers and documentary filmmakers. The two have documented their passion for the elephant most recently in a book entitled Walking Thunder: In The Footsteps Of The African Elephant (Merrill, London 2
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world 23/10/2017 08:00 23/10/2017 09:00 Our Wild World https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world We have seen and heard evidence from indigenous peoples the world over that attests to the challenges of globalization and climate change. What events the eye seizes, what stories we gather, what species, tribes and life forms we are able to save will be our legacy to the next generation. We cannot tell the children of the future that this is where the wild things were. The book and the upcoming film re-imagine our mind-body-spirit connection between elephants and us, and thus the web of life between us, and animals. The crisis elephants are facing is a direct and deeper question of the challenges our planet and therefore, we, are facing. While these challenges are unprecedented in our history, this is the very fabric that provides unprecedented opportunities and alternatives for new ways to heighten our awareness of beauty, that engages humanity on a variety of levels to a different future. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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