Infinite Safari Adventures is all about giving back. So we were delighted to discover a new museum exhibition at Los Angeles’ Skirball Cultural Center that offers unique opportunities to do just that. A Path Appears: Actions for a Better World is based on a bestselling book of the same name by Pulitzer prizewinning journalists Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. Its guest curator is Neal Baer, M.D., TV writer and producer of popular shows including ER, Law&Order: SVU and Under the Dome.
Along with other project partners, the authors and Dr. Baer have created a series of indoor pavilions (all built of recycled materials including used tires and CDs) to focus on humanitarian issues including education, health, jobs and empowerment. Stop in at the ActionLab to find out what you can do, right now.
You also get a chance to see new products that aid the people of Africa and other nations including the Hippo Roller to carry fresh water and the PeePoo, a single-use biodegradable toilet. The exhibition is in LA until Feb. 21, 2016 and then will travel around the country. So look for it in your town!