WCMIF is a Global platform to produce, showcase & support all things media for positive, transformational change and inclusion. There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, & learn more about us. We hope you enjoy our site and take a moment to drop us a line. The Strength of People & Power of Community.
Over 600 million people go to bed hungry. This number, of course, includes children. Food justice is an important part of community justice. It is important to not only feed the hungry but just as important, assist in helping citizens feed themselves and their communities. It is also about providing equal opportunities for hard working p
Over 600 million people go to bed hungry. This number, of course, includes children. Food justice is an important part of community justice. It is important to not only feed the hungry but just as important, assist in helping citizens feed themselves and their communities. It is also about providing equal opportunities for hard working people, regardless of gender. One such media project included working with the AgReach program led by Dr. Paul McNamara from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. Media tutorials were used to assist in sharing information about creating and sustaining Fish Farms as inroads to gender and economic equality and empowering remote villages.
Through important Partnerships, we work to help find solutions to reach the Sustainable Development Goals by the year 2030 through storytelling. While working as a Lead Facilitator of the Storytelling track at UnLeash2019 in Shenzhen, China and with Change Agents from over 162 countries, this special report was filed.
Media projects help the Global community understand the challenges some are facing, the victories that have been won and the conditions that still need to be addressed and remedied. A big part of becoming a storyteller for social impact is to know the mechanics at play and Why - goals addressed at
This Scholarship provides financial assistance to youth who love math and plan to study this discipline in college. The award is named for Lt. Col. Clifton E. Collins who loves and teaches math for the young as well as college age and older adults. They have all found their way to the front of one of his classes. Collins truly believes that learning math can be fun! He also believes that many problems of the world can be solved through mathematical analysis. A true math genus and connoisseur, Collins attended Virginia State University at the age of 16. having skipped a few grades for excelling in mathematics and general studies. throughout his precollege years. To help increase and support students from the margins to pursue math, Dr. Collins created this scholarship in her father's name with the purpose of encouraging students who have a proclivity towards math to stay the course.
This Scholarship provides assistance to young women who are attending college and working full-time. The award is named in honor of Mrs. Viola Burrell Collins who found great success as a mother, wife, and a civil service employee for many years. As a young woman, straight out of high school, Collins worked full-time while putting herself through college with a full load. It is tough doing both, but it is doable. Dr. Collins created this scholarship in honor of her late mother for the purpose of supporting young women who find themselves in a similar situation - hopefully making their journey in life and school, at a crucial time, a little easier.
This Scholarship provides financial assistance to college students who are studying journalism. The award is named in honor of James Tidwell, Esq., who taught at Eastern Illinois University for 27 years, spending some of his time as Chair of the journalism department. Tidwell was a nationally recognized expert on the First Amendment in student-run media. He was a wonderful and loving friend and mentor to Dr. Collins and did wonders for journalism and students. Collins created this scholarship to help set students free from some form of bondage so that they can continue their education with fervor. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a journalism student in need.
An enjoyable cooking show and podcast that takes people around the world through delicious dishes cooked with authenticity and seasoned with love. Cooks and Chefs from globe show us how to make delicious dishes, authentically. Indian food cooked by someone from India, African food cooked by an African, Chinese food cooked by someone from China...the cooks are authentic, the conversations are fun, the dishes are delicious and inclusion with power to tell their own indigenous stories through their food is paramount!
Aspire to Inspire is a part of WCMIF and the focus of our Motivational and Leadership speaking engagements and workshops. Coupled with Active Centralized Empowerment, It represents the foundation of all that we do here at WCMIF. We teach how to Actively Centralizing oneself on their uniqueness that Empowers them to move from the margins and reach optimal performance and purpose. The focus is to Aspire to do our very best that will, in turn, help to Inspire others to do the same.
Theoretical Tea & Company is a podcast designed to have serious conversations about serious topics, but with the decorum and demeanor of having such conversations over tea. Everyone has a theory, but, by following the proper etiquette of such a setting, these opinions and theories are shared without hate speech or offensive language. Each guest is respected for their thoughts and perspectives shared, making it easier and more enjoyable to learn and listen through conversation.