Tackle challenges strategically and directly, with a great communications strategy. This is accomplished by developing engaging content using narrative photography, inspiring graphics, and design. Combined, these works will guide supporters to your website to get informed.
Corona Communications is dedicated to environmental and social justice, using multi-media tools to raise consciousness around the defense of people and of land. Corona collaborates with others dedicated to standing in peaceful, creative, nonviolent opposition to forces that seek to destroy our homes and communities for profit's sake.
Seeking effective and efficient ways to help people and help the planet. Buckminster Fuller once stated this very clearly. Our challenge is “to make the world work for 100% of humanity, in the shortest possible time, through spontaneous cooperation without ecological offense or the disadvantage of anyone."
Indigenous People's Day
Today is widely published to be "Columbus Day," even the Apple OS is reminding me that today is the national holiday that goes by that name. Today people all over the nation are rebutting this 500-year claim and honoring this day as Indigenous People's Day. GOOD.
Some acknowledgement is happening. GOOD.
PrayersUP that this is more than a trending thought pattern.
...As we all live this day, and think about it, I hope I'm not the only white person from Idaho, or any state, that's taking a look at how we are connected to some bloody parts of history, and how our day-to-day jobs may be continuing the damage to the planet, and Indigenous people who exercise Sovereignty by doing all they can to Protect Her, and Protect coming generations.
Just under the surface of recorded and widely published history, the process of temptation and blame for the sake of profits and social control is visibly embedded, it is the empirical way of life. Eight out of ten families are affected by alcohol in Pine Ridge, and eighty percent of the youth population are likely to experiment with it, making up over a third of the total population. There were 3-4 million drinks circulating the Reservation annually before this prohibition, while a third of the population has no basic water or sewer system, or electricity. There are no billboards announcing this massive human-rights violation. Many people here are left to carry water from the river to their homes to serve basic needs. Those once clean waters are contaminated with farm run-off, fertilizers, and the by-products of commercial mining, including uranium. There are no neon signs pointing to these causes of genocide.
Work highlights from the past 16 years.
Projects & Work
- content development
- custom web design
- social media marketing strategy
- strategic storytelling
- print graphics
- presentation design