Ned Hamson
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  • Cincinnati
  • United States
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My background includes 30 years of both professional and volunteer work across the globe as a manager, guide and advisor, writer, researcher, editor, strategist, and advocate focused on individual, team, and organizational performance improvement and innovation; advocating just and humane thinking and action toward people, animals, plants and well… the planet.

My aim is to help those interested in creating and sustaining positive futures; in short, I help those who want to create an innovation that will work and last (stick).
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Tears of the Sun, Moonstruck, The Last Boy Scout, Last Man Standing, National Treasure, The Da Vinci Code. Deja Vu, Fifth Element
Frontline, BBC News, Nova, LA Ink, Miami Ink... I really listen to radio more than I watch TV. WVXU in Cincinnati carries lots of good news shows, old radio dramas and comedies, etc.
Not enough room to list all the music I have liked or may like in the future. But here's a short list: Bo Didley, Chuck Berry, Big Joe Turner, Tracy Nelson, Nina Simon, Buffy St. Marie, Lightin' Hopkins, Tina Turner, Tu Pac, Beastie Boys, The Clash, Mozart, Glen Miller, Benny Goodman, Aretha Franklin, Yotho Yindi, Keith Secola, John Lennon, Wilbert Harrison, Sly and the Family Stone, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, The Rolling Stones, Willie Nelson, Leon Russell. See... there are just too many -- cause I like Zydeco, Cajun, Tejano, and House or Rave Music as well.Pickett, Johnny Cash and many others
The True Believer, Holy Bible, The Semi-Sovereign People, The Painted Bird.
Albert Schweitzer, Teddy Roosevelt, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Eleanor Roosevelt, Bobby Kennedy, Mohamed Ali, The women who were the core of the Woman's Suffrage Movement in US and UK, Madonna, Nina Simon, Sugar Ray Robinson... To many here too. Depends on what you/we are talking about doesn't it?

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Peace Now, Ceasefire Now in Gaza/Israel

Posted on January 2, 2009 at 2:32pm 0 Comments

Raining down rockets and bombs on each other cannot bring justice or mercy for anyone. Both sides need peace. Both sides should just take a step back and say - we want peace now!

A friend of mine told me about all the fights she and her sister had while growing up. Even as their mother lay dying in her last few weeks, neither would visit their mother at the same time. The mother's (Rebeca) advice: Marcella don't keep score, someone has to be the big guy and apologize even if it's not… Continue

St. Nick Day Sale - fundraiser to promote peace, human rights, end death penalty, immigrant rights

Posted on November 26, 2008 at 3:41pm 0 Comments

WHEN: December 6, 2008 10am-2p

WHERE: IJPC office, 2nd floor of Peaslee

Neighborhood Center, 214 E 14th St., cincinnati, OH 45202

6th Annual St. Nick Day Sale

Peace Calendars from Syracuse Cultural Workers

Come Join the Circle Peace CD and/ or cassette by Paulette Meier

Peace and Justice bumper stickers and pins

Fair Trade Coffee and more!

Holiday Refreshments Provided

(Fair Trade)

Holiday Gifts that Make a… Continue

The International Children’s Painting Competition on the Environment

Posted on November 7, 2008 at 2:35pm 0 Comments

The International Children’s Painting Competition on the Environment

The International Children’s Painting Competition on the Environment is organized annually by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the Japan-based Foundation for Global Peace and Environment (FGPE), Bayer and Nikon Corporation. It has been held since 1991 and has received over 200,000 entries from children in over 100 countries. This year’s Competition will focus on Climate Change: Our… Continue

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At 4:51pm on October 14, 2009, Yaron Fishman said…
human peace sign
At 1:07am on July 14, 2009, peacenut said…
Happy Birthday, Ned!
It's my birthday, too.
Now, what would be a good present for both of us?
I know! If you put energy into 2 of my favourite initiatives, we would both benefit.
Feminists For Peace and The World March for Peace and NonViolence, which also has a support group on MyPeace.
We have already started marching. Please come along with us! I come in Peace,
At 4:53am on July 12, 2009, said…
At 7:23pm on April 21, 2009, professor angelicus said…
Ziggy put his paws over his floppy black ears. He knew what was coming. He knew the Professor was ready to launch into one of his long tirades and he couldn't bear to hear it. It was just too painful for his sensitive ears. He had heard there were places on the earth that were messed up. Word had gotten around. His friends had told him. The birds, who traveled back and forth through the seasons, flying everywhere over water and land, had seen it. Bird told Rabbit. Rabbit had been frightened when he told the gentle deer. And Deer had told Ziggy. Something awful was happening in these places called cities.

The squirrels were gathering more nuts than they needed, afraid there wouldn't be any more trees. Their friends the frogs were disappearing and no one knew why. They needed the frogs! They're the ones who sing to the thunder being. Their song brings on the rain.

Everyone was talking about it. They told Ziggy the problem was his friends, the humans. They were taking up more space than the Great Universal Source had allotted them. Turtle said the humans should learn to slow down and look around. Snake said some of their poisons would wake them up soon enough. Spider said not to worry. The humans had created a web and gotten caught in it. But some of them would see their way out. They could see the light, the weaving of the whole universe. And after all, even flying insects knew to go to the light, didn't they?

Chapter 7 - The City
At 8:15pm on January 2, 2009, professor angelicus said…
Thanx for being a friend!

‎"Why should there be hunger and deprivation in any land, in any city, at any table, when man has the resources and the scientific know-how to provide all mankind with the basic necessities of life?"
~Martin Luther King, Jr.



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