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Michael Kirkpatrick
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Independent Global Citizen • Accidental African • Storyteller • Connector of Dots • Creative Communication Group Founder • Lehigh University Graduate
Independent Global Citizen • Accidental African • Storyteller • Connector of Dots • Creative Communication Group Founder • Lehigh University Graduate

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The Reporter featured this article about my collaboration with several talented musicians to release Uganda Sings.

"The village boy from Sellersville.”

For more information: http://www.reverbnation.com/UgandaSings

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Check out my YouTube channel.

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My latest article on Independent Global Citizen.

Ugandan artist Fred Mutebi introduced me to Ugandan barkcloth during one of my trips to Uganda. He took me to his village, which is known for its barkcloth production. For years, we've been promoting barkcloth as an environmentally-friendly renewable material and collaborated with people around the world who are interested in the fabric.

Ugandan barkcloth is paving the way for a beautifully better world.

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Look who's in a movie. Screening in Australia.
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Victor Ochen, Africa's youngest Nobel Peace Prize nominee, discusses justice, truth and reconciliation.

Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVWLOyDvVX0
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Grace: Getting what you don't deserve.
Mercy: Not getting what you deserve.
Please practice these with each other.
Thank you.

ʍǝıʌ ɟo ʇuıod ʇuǝɹǝɟɟıp ɐ ɯoɹɟ ƃuıɥʇʎɹǝʌǝ ʇɐ ʞool

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The independent short film "Four" by Joseph Baron is a vision of the brutality of imposed conformity. Faceless inhabitants of this carefully engineered reality type their lives away in endless rows of zeros and ones. When the number four unexpectedly infiltrates one computer, the system soon proves to be less airtight than intended. This call for individuality and self-expression leads to confusion and trauma, unleashing the protagonist into a liberating, yet painful, creative experience.

The soundtrack is "Creep" by Radiohead covered by Scala & Kolacny Brothers.
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