Sundays June 26th,
1:30 Open - Mic Sign Up
2:00pm – 3:00pm - Live
Live Stream Link:
or check here:
The Station, 101 Tinker Street,
Woodstock, NY 12498
(ph: (845) 810-0203
Cost: Suggested Donations tbd
Host: Henry Gage, Jr. (A Hemp Visionary)
Paul Bermanzohn (A Civil Right Legend)
Sally Bermanzohn (A Civil Right Pioneer)
Sally Warren (Naturopath and Hemp Analyst)
From 1979 protests in Greensboro, North Carolina to Liberation Conversations in 2022. Create what is next! To learn MORE, join a conversation with Paul Bermanzohn, and Sally Bermanzohn (Civil Rights Pioneers).
We start with open mic signups so that we can hear from people. We enter into a conversation with special guests: Paul Bermanzohn (A Civil Rights Legend) and Sally Bermanzohn (A Civil Rights Pioneer). These are people who protested for civil rights in 1979 (Greensboro, North Carolina), leading to dramatic events. Learn from their story.
The morning of November 3, 1979, a group of black and white demonstrators protested, some lost their lives. Others are still living with the wounds. Join a conversation with Paul Bermanzohn (A Civil Rights Legend) and Sally Bermanzohn (Author and Civil Rights Pioneer). What does liberation look like Now?
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Presented by: Build Green Now and
Henry Gage, Jr. (A Hemp Visionary) and Friends
Liberation is a protest against oppression, a force that seeks freedom and an expectation of justice for all.
There are so many liberation conversations that are burgeoning and long-overdue for going into mainstream consciousness. It’s time for us to collectively activate what is next. Let’s talk about how to “liberate” with people who have been a part of the action.