Anacortes, WA, January 14, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- 2010 has seen the online launching of the College of Synthesis, promoting win-win solutions to climate change, poverty, hunger, habitat degradation and renewal, free energy sources, and global peace and harmony. CSIRI, the SpiritualUN, and the Wood Trust are co-sponsoring an inter-generational film school whose first major goal will be the creation of a grant to fund a documentary on the life and times of Fred Bernardwood. The online repository of his life's work has been made available free through the support of the Wood Trust. The original CSIRI was founded by Dr. Wood in 1978 in CA and became a non-profit in 1980.
CSIRI, refounded by the current Director in WA State in 2007, is carrying on the work and vision of this amazing and almost unknown healer, philosopher, and electrical engineer, who sadly passed on early in 2006 at 88 years old. One week before, he made a 47 minute tape for CBC Radio in Canada with his nurse and friend, Lorraine, describing some of the challenges and failures of his attempts to bring compassionate democracy to the forefront of societal goals.
This tape is also now being made available as a free gift for tax-deductible donations over 50 dollars by donating through PayPal to CSIRI artists and musicians attempting to resolve and heal community issues such as hunger, poverty, domestic violence, and apathy.