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Anandi Premlall
Works at Earth Matter
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I encourage you to let go, kindly, consciously and compassionately.
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Registration for your FREE tree is now live! Reserve yours today and pick it up on Sunday, May 4th in Ozone Park! +SustyQ (Sustainable Queens) 
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23 fun #tacticalurbanism tricks made from trash on New York City streets.
Fire hydrants, parking signs, street lights, and other pieces of urban infrastructure can also make city life a little better and more whimsical, with...
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Masturbation is good for what ails you and so much more!

#MasturbationIsEmpowering

[Next project: 30 days of O]
"My son is 10 and I don't think he's masturbating yet," a new friend told me across the dinner table. "Do you think it's weird I'm thinking about that?"
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Some history of my ancestral land...
India is a country that enjoys a unique diaspora. Geographically,… Read more ›
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For me, forgiveness and compassion are always linked: how do we hold people accountable for wrongdoing and yet at the same time remain in touch with their humanity enough to believe in their capacity to be transformed?  Bell Hooks
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Awesome!
Parklets are on-street parking spaces that have been converted into seating or gathering areas for restaurants who want to expand their outdoor seating options.
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+Neil deGrasse Tyson  THANK YOU for addressing the connection between what women and POCs face: lack of equal opportunity!
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Nonwhite Americans are breathing dirtier air than their white counterparts -- putting them at greater risk for long-term health problems.
Nonwhite Americans are breathing dirtier air than their white counterparts -- putting them at greater risk for long-term health problems.
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I am the change I want to see in the world. Artivist. Plays with Dirt. DoGooder. GoGetter. SustainABLE. 100% Pure Awesomeness!
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  • Earth Matter
    Urban Farm Apprentice, 2014 - present
  • Friends of The QueensWay
    Executive Steering Committee, 2011 - present
  • SustyQ
    Artivist, 2012 - present
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I AM the CHANGE I want to see in the world: Artivist. Earth Mother. Do Gooder. Go Getter. SustainABLE.
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Anandi A. Premlall, grassroots artivist and entrepreneur, inspired by Gandhi's words, is committed to creating social impact through compassion and creativity. 

Anandi immigrated from Guyana and didn't hesitate to make a name for herself when her first poem was published at age 8 and her socially-conscious art was showcased in New York City venues including the Queens Museum and the United Nations by age 9. Her lifelong academic excellence led to a remarkable Presidency in The Golden Key International Honour Society, where she led the Hunter College Chapter from a zero standing to Bronze in 3 months and then straight to Gold over the next 2 months. As Managing Editor, as well as contributing artist and writer of Hunter's premiere Literary & Arts Journal, Anandi orchestrated the first themed and full-color publication in the history of The Olivetree Review. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a concentration in Writing and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art and graduated Cum Laude. 

Impressed with her simple yet effective methods of healing her home, Green America interviewed Ms. Premlall for their National Green Pages. On Earth Day's 40th Anniversary, World of Good & eBay honored Anandi’s prowess for healing the planet with an Eco-SuperHero award. With the utmost grace, Anandi simultaneously served as Event Producer, Volunteer Manager, Social Media Manager and Managing Editor of Lessons Learned at Earth Day New York. Her selfless attitude is visible in earth-conscious actions and community-based art with New York Cares and GROW Richmond Hill. Her determination for transforming an abandoned Long Island Rail Road in South Queens into the Queens (High) Line, led her on a journey to seek those who share the dream; Ms. Premlall is now part of the Steering Committee for Friends of the QueensWay.

Ms. Premlall is a passionate and exemplary model who walks the talk while bringing a rare combination of aesthetics and management skills to any project she touches.

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Queens, NY
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New York City, NY