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Crowdsourcing Two Free Internet Schools

We want to start a discussion about creating through crowd-sourcing the online architectural blueprints for the ICAN LIVE (Learner Interactive Virtual Environment) School and Global Sustainability Institute. We believe that if you have a way to hook up to the internet, then you should have a place that will provide an education in sustainability for Continue Reading

Leo Mann Smith

My son isn’t in school yet but he can’t wait to go and learn from the great teachers we have in the state of NJ. He hopes to contact you soon in the student section of the Human Family Forum, where you can chat free and join in on the ICAN conversations on the discussion Continue Reading

Kayla teaching Drama in Tanzania

Here is the founder’s daughter, Kayla, in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania teaching drama in the Summer of 2010.

Join the ICAN Ambassadors

Join the ICAN Ambassadors Include your Organization or Community Group on the ICAN Ambassadors page along with the campaign or project for which you are seeking funding. You will be added to our growing list of friends around the world that see a unified and sustainable future for the human family. please do so now Continue Reading

Damon Matthew Smith, Executive Director, ICAN

Wearing My ICAN Shirt that I made in my garage on my silkscreen press. You can buy your very own ICAN shirt now here! colors Black on Orange $15.00 White on Navy Blue $15.00 Orange on Tan $15.00 Blue on Black $15.00 Black, Orange, or Blue on Tan Tote Bag $20.00 Sizes X-Large Large Medium Continue Reading

Post Pictures of Local Flora and Fauna

Please upload your pictures of flora and fauna near you! Here is an Eastern Black Rat Snake in Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in New Jersey, USA. I took this picture while out with my wife and son at our favorite shore getaway for a quiet, relaxing, nature walk. My wife likes to spot the hawks, Continue Reading

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Pictured here are ICAN Founder, Richard Ogulnick, his daughter Kayla, and a local Tanzanian vendor and community activist. This post was submitted by admin.