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Dance Oly Dance with DJ PhilosoBitch
Have a blast Dancing on local, live TV (TCTV Ch22).
As our beloved community members and listeners may be aware, Free Radio Olympia 98.5 FM (FRO) was recently served a warning by the Federal Communications Committee (FCC) to cease broadcasting without license. According to the federal government, it is illegal to broadcast over the radio waves without their permission. When they permit a station to broadcast, that permission comes with restrictions. One must hold one's tongue and keep one's words within an acceptable, passive bubble of mediocrity. Only certain music is acceptable. Only certain things can be said. Information and opinions are altered, dulled down, rendering them hollow and half-alive.
The Global Oneness Project presents a free film event recognizing the role of local communities in global change. Join us to exchange ideas, foster relationships, and strengthen the changes already happening in our world.
206 Fifth Avenue SE Olympia, WA
5:30 pm - PreEvent Reception
6:30 pm - Main Event
* Short films from the Global Oneness Project
* Interactive cafe-style conversations
* Guest speaker Orland Bishop, founder of ShadeTree Multicultural Foundation in Watts, Los Angeles, and a pioneer of innovative approaches to urban truces and restoring community
* Q&A with filmmaker Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee
The Global Oneness Project is documenting a growing understanding of what it means to be part of one interconnected, interdependent world. Since 2006, the Project has traveled to six continents, gathering stories from individuals and organizations working in the fields of sustainability, conflict resolution, social justice, spirituality, indigenous wisdom, and politics.
Participating Organzations: Sustainable South Sound, Garden Raised Bounty, Climate Solutions