All individuals involved in the writing and producing of the Alternative Voice are Human-Rights Missionaries from all over the world.
The Alternative Voice strives to create global change by addressing local, national and international issues, both public and personal, from a spiritualized perspective offering real solutions to individual, societal, and planetary problems.
In a time of rising social and political unrest, mental and physical health issues and disease, climate change and world weather catastrophes, poverty and homelessness, the world has never needed more than now a global Spiritualution℠ movement — a spiritual revolution fusing spirituality and activism to promote justice to all people and to solve the worldwide social, environmental, political, and spiritual dilemmas we face.
The solutions presented in the Alternative Voice incorporate the unifying teachings of the Fifth Epochal Revelation (The URANTIA Book and The Cosmic Family volumes). The staff writers are Change Agents / Destiny Reservists of Global Community Communications Alliance who are professors, instructors, and students of The University of Ascension Science and The Physics of Rebellion at the campus of Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage, founded by Gabriel of Urantia and Niánn Emerson Chase. The Alternative Voice incorporates other voices of change from all over the world.
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