The title of this podcast is a pun on doors and on the future. I start by playing "Light My Fire" written by the Doors, and truly one of the greatest pieces in the history of Rock and Roll. Then I talk about how Project Hope and Fairness represents a door to the future of the chocolate business. And then I mention two big events: my being part of the Ivoirian exhibit at the Salon du Chocolat, the world's biggest annual chocolate event, which happens in Paris and the second event is our upcoming fundraiser on Thursday, December 1 at the Monday Club in San Luis Obispo, CA, 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM.
And the next pun is on the future because I review the book, "Ministry for the Future," which has to do with our collective future here on planet Earth. I finish the podcast with another Doors work of genius: "Riders on the Storm."
I mention in the podcast that you can visit YouTube to see videos of cocoa and chocolate production in the mini-factory of SOCOPLAN, an agricultural cooperative in the village of Depa, Côte d'Ivoire.
To watch cocoa videos, ---> https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtOMzkAdojOV_bfgZA-8p87Z5F9oST31B
To watch chocolate videos ---> https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtOMzkAdojOXOgrHuYGKlpcKegPtEGzJC
And as always, please consider helping us help the cocoa farmer! You can send a check to:
DONATIONS, PROJECT HOPE AND FAIRNESS
1298 Warren Road
Cambria, CA 93428
-OR- go to www.projecthopeandfairness.org, scroll down to Donate and click! Et Merci!
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To learn more, visit www.projecthopeandfairness.org