THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS: Freedom and Friendship at Plymouth Plantation: A Cameron/Baxter Films project and Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign presentation and talking circle.

Tuesday, January 14. 6:30 – 8:30 pm.
Calaway Room, Third Street Center,
520 S. Third Street, Carbondale

ACB-CBM_by_JDBM_2013_best_3x3_300There is a core wound in the heart of America. The inspiring story of The First Fifty Years is shrouded in misinformation and mis-belief, leading to anger, blame, shame and guilt. Consequently, this nation is morally paralyzed. America was founded by visionaries who articulated a vision for humanity in its freedom documents: The Mayflower Compact, The Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. What is not known or understood is the role the Native Americans played in the evolution of the American mind and spirit.

America has yet to live up to its promise.

This project brings a healing perspective to America’s Origin Story. It brings honor to both the Pilgrims and the Indians. The extraordinary fifty-five years of inter-cultural peace and friendship between the Mayflower Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians exemplified the human potential at Plymouth Plantation, 1621-1675. This is where the first seeds of American democracy were sown.

Event includes the a screening of the short film “Realizing Freedom.”

Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow, authors of “THE TRUST FREQUENCY: Ten Assumptions for a New Paradigm” and creators of the film “IN SEARCH OF THE FUTURE: What do the Wise Ones Know?” have launched a challenging new film/book project and Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign: “THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS: Freedom and Friendship at Plymouth Plantation.”

Andrew and Connie have until January 18 to fund THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS. Please help them take a step on the high road to realizing the true American Dream: freedom, justice and abundance for all. To get there, we must first understand the significance of the Pilgrim, the Indian and the trust-based world-view that guided them.

“THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS: Freedom and Friendship at Plymouth Plantation.”

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Evening event supported by Davi Nikent, Center for Human Flourishing.