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Fast Times At Ridgemont High | Virtual Table Read for CORE

Ridgemont High is back in session! Here is #FastTimesLive, a virtual table read of the classic 1982 hit Fast Times at Ridgemont High. The all-star cast includes Jennifer Aniston, Dane Cook, Morgan Freeman, Jimmy Kimmel, Shia LaBeouf, John Legend, Ray Liotta, CORE co-founder Sean Penn, Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts. This event benefits CORE’s COVID-19 relief efforts to protect vulnerable communities as well as our friends at Reform Alliance. Thank you to our sponsors at SnackPop – they are matching donations up to $25,000! To donate, text CORE to 707070. For more information on CORE’s work, head to Check out Reform Alliance at To purchase a Spicoli 2020 shirt, go to

Miley Cyrus quits veganism

✺ find out more about what i do & sign up for a personal weekly newsletter: ✺ if you find my work valuable, you can become a regular supporter or make a one-off donation through the following links (thank you!): & ✺ download my free 122 page e-book: ✺ make the switch to vegan & get all of the support you need: / / / / / / / / / / / VIDEO / / / / / / / / / / / Miley Cyrus has ditched veganism, and has gone back to eating fish, claiming her brain wasn’t ‘functioning properly’ on a plant-based diet. So let's take a look at what the evidence says about Miley's decision to leave veganism behind. transcript + all sources: / / / / / / / / / / CONNECT / / / / / / / / / / ✺ follow me instagram: ✺ check out more content on my facebook page: the disclosure podcas

Indigenous Literacy Day 2020

Donate at Welcome to the 2020 virtual Indigenous Literacy Day celebrations! Join the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF), long-time supporter Archie Roach and ILF Ambassadors Jessica Mauboy, Andy Griffiths, Shelley Ware, Anita Heiss, Natalie Ahmat, Gregg Dreise, Jared Thomas, Alison Lester, Josh Pyke, and co-patron June Oscar AO who will be sharing their insights and stories of community engagement. And Jessica Mauboy will sing a stunning rendition of ‘My Island Home’. The production is designed to be a highly visual event to inspire broader Australia about the value of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s first languages and why learning in language is important. Kids and community members from Tiwi Islands and Jilkminggan in the Northern Territory and Bidyadanga in Western Australia share their stories and the value of language, and Cheryl Lardy reads Yu sabi densdensbad? (Can You Dance?) in Kriol. “At ILF we understand that early literacy is the cornerstone