Unity Museum celebrates Annual Address by Mayor Bruce Harrell
Wednesday, February 21, 2024
The Unity Museum today was livestreaming from MOHAI museum, to celebrate the annual address given by Mayor Bruce Harrell. He gave his talk at a museum as it reconnects the past and the future. After all, thats what museums do. The Unity Museum and its visitors enjoyed and appreciated the many proposals and visions as outlined by Mayor Bruce Harrell. Not only was it informative, it was also inspiring. You can watch his full annual address here: https://seattlechannel.org/Mayor/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery&videoid=x155163 Click Read more and see some short videos from the event
Welcome to our latest “Unity Museum of Ngaoundal” in Cameroon.
Wednesday, January 3, 2024
We are excited to introduce our Executive Director and Curator Elvis Djida. Elvis studied Sociology at the Soa University of Yaoundé. He has taken on the challenge to refurbish and design our newly inherited “Unity Museum” in the village of Ngaoundal. It is a small village of 30,000 neighbors. The theme of our Unity Museums are always “Envisioning One Humanity”. With the help of his assistant David Danladi …..soon the transformation into our Museum will begin. This includes a guest bedroom for out of town visitors, a residential suite, a kitchen and activities rooms. Look soon for our opening in a few weeks to come. https://unitymuseum.org/other-locations
 The theme for Human Rights Day 2023 is: Freedom, Equality, and Justice for All Dec. 10th
Thursday, November 30, 2023
In honor of Human Rights Day 2023, representatives of the Creative Society project Taliy Shkurupiy, IT specialist, and Olga Shmidt, CS President, will discuss the vision of the CS initiative, its unique approach to advocating for human rights and the real opportunity to build a world based on this value. Speakers will identify the challenges many face in achieving respect for human rights in the world and will highlight the uniqueness of the Creative Society's call in this regard. Moreover, the audience will be introduced to the 8 Pillar of “Creative Society” project, which was formed with the participation of millions of people worldwide and their response to the social survey. The 8 Pillars pay due respect to the “Freedom, Equality, and Justice for All”, which is also the theme for Human Rights Day 2023. Towards the end there will be a question and answer session open to the audience, as well as a discussion of future collaboration opportunities. Speakers: 1) Olga Shmidt, the President of "Creative Society" project Olga Schmidt, president of the Creative Society nonprofit organization, public speaker and host of multiple international and national conferences and forums. 2) Taliy Shkurupiy, IT specialist Taliy Shkurupiy, MBA, Systems Analyst. Silicon Valley-based professional with background in IT and climate research. Participated in development of the first artificial consciousness (AC) “Jackie” by XP-NRG. Taliy’s research in climate science reflects a proficiency and a profound knowledge in paleoclimatology, volcanology, geophysics, and astrophysics. Actively engaged in climate-related projects, A versatile professional navigating complex systems, he integrates technology, business, and environmental science to address multifaceted global challenges.

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