Waylon with Jocelyn Corbett: how to help Numi Foundation help Inner City Children.

Via Walk The Talk Show
on Dec 10, 2013
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Waylon Lewis, founder of elephant and host of Walk the Talk Show, Google+ video chats with Jocelyn of Numi Foundation, in Oakland, California, via “Hotelephant” in Boulder, Colorado. Elephant is working in partnership with Google on our new live video series.

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Numi Foundation walks its talk, working to help Oakland’s children:

Waylon (virtually) sits down with buddy Jocelyn Corbett of Numi Foundation. Jocelyn tells Waylon about the challenges facing Oakland children. Here’s how all of us can get involved, inspired, and help Numi—a company that walks its talk—help more people and our planet.

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The Numi Foundation’s mission is to foster thriving communities by supporting initiatives that nurture art, education, health and our natural environment. They envision a world where all people have access to art, nature, knowledge and resources for good health.


Bonus Video: Waylon with Jocelyn a year plus ago at Yoga Journal Conference.


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One Response to “Waylon with Jocelyn Corbett: how to help Numi Foundation help Inner City Children.”

  1. DaveTelf says:

    Where is the answer to Brad's question please?