One Language Project

Rediscovering Our Kinship With Other Species Through the Language of Emotion

A catalogue of stories of connection and compassion between humans and other species for use in public exhibits. Each story emphasizes what we have in common versus what makes us different, and shows other animals as someones instead of somethings.

A Beekeeper Talks About the Queen and the Drones

When I started filming and researching for the project Buccaneers of Buzz back in 2008, I discovered so many holistic-minded beekeepers who fit the One Language Project. Here is Meghan Durney from the Sunbridge Institute describing when the queen kicks the drones out of the hive.

Beekeeper Megan Durney talks about the time of year when the bees kick the drones out of the hive...excerpted from the live performance for tap dance, marimba, voice and video.

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