In 1989, Sasha White (Ashtara)

began a profound movement called

Campaign for the Earth

for World Transformation.

 

This worldwide campaign went around the globe and grassroots people from over a hundred countries came together. Never has there been such a response from men, women and even children. Each of the dedicated people who were a part of this effort resonated with properness and decency. All had a bountiful spiritual dedication and wished to gain solidarity and resolution that would allow the world to be without struggle or discord.

 

The result of a global team, such as this, is an example of a healed society. The vision of Campaign for the Earth spread far and wide. There were many groups who formed their own organizations and joined within this movement. They fostered and promoted a sense of global fellowship and respect as part of the mass intent.

 

Ashtara (Sasha) presented Campaign for the Earth during Global Summits each year in Sedona, Arizona, Gothenburg, Sweden, New Harmony, Indiana & Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during the years 1989 to 1992. She was instrumental in bringing grassroots leaders together to help envision new opportunities for the environment as well as other sectors of society such as education; economics, business and trade; spirituality and religion; government and politics; personal growth; social issues and human rights; media, arts and entertainment; health and wellness; science and technology; family and community; cross cultural relations; and campaign communications and networking systems.

 

Joseph F. Kennedy, author Gary Zukav, composer Marvin Hamlisch, the late distinguished actor, Dennis Weaver, global economist Hazel Henderson, Claus Nobel of the Nobel Peace Prize family; the Dignitary, Mr. Al Gore; former NASA astronaut Brian O’Leary; author and visionary Barbara Marx Hubbard; Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations, Dr. Robert Muller; Past Director of the U.N. Environment Program, Dr. Noel Brown; and former Paris Bureau Chief for Time Magazine, Thomas A. Sancton were all a part of the International Campaign for the Earth.

 

The International Advisory Board members included those listed above as well as Eileen Caddy, founder, Findhorn Foundation, Scotland; Michael Harbottle, author, “The Two Faces of Peace Building”; Al Huang, founder and president, Living Tao Foundation; Hans Keller, author, “Who Is Who in Service to the Earth”; Daryl Kollman, president, Cell Tech; Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., Saybrook Graduate School; Sven Lunden, Humanistic Forum, Sweden; John Robbins, Baskin-Robbins; Nancy Rivard, president and founder of Airline Ambassadors; the late Dr. Rajmi Mayur from India, assistant to the ambassadors of the United Nations; and a myriad of others.

 

Today, Ashtara's humanitarianism continues as she speaks at many conferences, trade shows and expos, and appears on radio and television programs.

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