Citizen of the World

Being a citizen isn’t about your birth certificate or whether you have the right papers – it’s acting on our responsibility to stand up for the planet and other people. It’s about how you engage with society you live in. Author and educator Eric Liu says:

In simple terms, its really about how you show up for life, how you show up for community, how you live in the way thats not just about you. i think thats the broodiest conception of citizenship.

We, behind the Let Us Be Human Project, are ready to take this responsibility and are eager to share our experiences and knowledge with you through a documentary made by us, as an educational and inspirational tool. Through hands on experience we will learn sustainable building processes and the philosophy of what it is going to take to stop the destruction of our planet and improve the course of humanity.

Fall is fast approaching, and this will be the time which we will do most of our filming. We arrive in Albuquerque, New Mexico (at the moment, very hot and hummed) in a few short days. From there we will make our way to Taos and camp out the night before arriving at the Earthship Biotecture World Headquarters and Community. Taos is high in altitude, next to Sangre de Cristo Mountains and is known for it’s history and landscape.

We are very excited and thankful for your support so far, and we will keep you updated throughout our journey!
Please contact us if you have any questions.


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