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In 2018 I met Tendai Gumbo and discovered the RhinoSaverz project. After researching RhinoSaverz, my students and I felt inspired and eager to help through creating awareness with our art. Students used their voice and artwork to create paintings and fundraise. We fundraised and shared our art with the community. Through fundraising we were able to sponsor a lion from a sanctuary in South Africa. The students Skyped with Charles and received a lesson on animal extinction and met the lion that was going to be sponsored. Overall, it was a wonderful experience for all. The students learned the importance of taking responsibility, creating awareness, and developing ways to help global issues. Big thank you to Tendai and RhinoSaverz!
Living and teaching in Zimbabwe I developed a new appreciation of art, beauty, and what needs protection and care in this region. Ever since then, I have a love of Southern Africa in all its grandeur and its diversity, its magnitude, and its particular vital needs. When I was introduced to Charles, the renowned musician; I was hooked on ‘how to help and how to inspire children through music, activism, and the arts. Through art and activism – we as teachers can help make connections to the animals in the bush and through Skype Charles could ‘beam us’ into a live experience. Currently, I’m teaching in Japan and I am so thrilled to be supporting a great project on the ground where it is needed most. Rhinosaverz are right where the animals are……this is a great way to link activism and children to what they care about the most. Charles got us all up and moving with his song and our students were excited to ask him questions and feel as if they were at ground level. There are many way to move forward and I appreciate the small steps that include children. Let’s keep it up people – we have many ways to move forward.