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Dr. King Birthday Celebration With Pato Banton & Antoinette Rootsdawtah

Dr. King Birthday Celebration With Pato Banton & Antoinette Rootsdawtah

January 15, 2023, 4:00pm - January 15, 2023, 6:00pm

You are invited to this Dr. King Birthday Celebration with LIVE MUSIC in Beloved Community, on January 15th 7:00PM EDT - 9:00PM EDT.

Zoom Link: sine-network.zoom.us/j/89846571811

We invite you to join an online birthday celebration in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Join social change activists, leaders, musicians and artists from all over the world as we honor the dream of MLK. In 2023 Dr. King would have celebrated his 93rd birthday. His birthday is a day before #MLKDay on January 16th.

Antoinette Rootsdawtah & Pato Banton of “Stand Up For Justice”, present an amazing show in honor of Martin Luther King Jr and his work as a minister and civil rights activist.

“Stand Up For Justice” (SUJ) invites you to join us as we explore MLK’s groundbreaking civil rights action and spiritual loving service that continues to inspire our work today. This is an opportunity to hear the updates on what SUJ has been doing for the last few years, which features working tirelessly on the #janecampaign, Bridging The Divide, Learning to Lobby, Juneteenth, and Building Beloved Community through the Ubuntu Project.

Learn why we choose to approach this work from a spiritual stand point, why we are so excited to share our plans for the future and how people can participate to help make these dreams become increasingly real!

One Love Always ~ Antoinette Rootsdawtah
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Honoring Dr. King's Dream

Honoring Dr. King's Dream

January 15, 2023, 9:00am - January 15, 2023, 10:00am

Come join in this interactive experience "Honoring Dr. King's Dream" on January 15th from 12:00PM EDT - 1:00PM EDT in this Zoom: sine-network.zoom.us/j/89846571811

2023 is the 60th anniversary of the “I Have a Dream” speech from the Lincoln Memorial in 1963. Tom Williams shares the remarkable story of his honoring Dr. King’s Dream Speech and how that connects to being an empowered citizen, and how that inspires a Beloved Community.

This is a “tale of synergy” about a caring citizen who made history with an unlikely cast of characters to ensure that the speech will be remembered where it took place. This story links folks from Louisville, who honored an epiphany that took place in 1958 on the corner of Fourth Street and Muhammad Ali Boulevard, when American Monk Thomas Merton saw the people of Louisville “walking around shining like the sun.”

Tom Williams attended the dedication ceremony in which the historic marker in downtown Louisville was unveiled. This became a dream of Tom Williams that there be the placement at the Lincoln memorial a plaque commemorating the “I Have a Dream” speech given by Dr. Martin Luther King. And it happened because of him.

In a remarkable irony, the act of Congress required to make this plaque happen, was signed by Strom Thurmond, who was then the speaker of the house.

Strom was a staunch opponent of civil rights legislation in the 1950s and 1960s, Thurmond conducted the longest speaking filibuster ever by a lone senator, at 24 hours and 18 minutes in length, in opposition to the Civil Rights Act of 1957.

Dr. King said: “If you love your enemies, you will discover that at the very root of love is the power of redemption.”

This event is contributing to Dr. MLK Beloved Community Convergence Jan. 13th - Jan 16th. Register and see full weekend schedule here: www.compassiongames.org/mlkconvergence/
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Reverence for Life: Welcoming Ourselves Back Home

Reverence for Life: Welcoming Ourselves Back Home

January 14, 2023, 10:00am

Indigenous practices embody a reverence for all living things, a feeling of belonging and joyful participation as equals among other species that helped human beings live fruitfully for tens of thousands of generations. Contemporary evolutionary thinking has converged on these same kinds of understandings. Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker, Evolutionary Primatologist and author of TEEMING: How Nature’s Teams Adapt and Thrive, the defining work on Organizational Biomimicry, shares powerful insights about human nature and life all around us that we are part of––insights that beg for a radical change in everything we do.

Tamsin is the Founding Director of the Borrego Institute for Living Design in Borrego Springs, soon to open for camping, retreats, very special art and music events, Kumeyaay archeology and biocultural research and practice, and special screenings of The Endangered Generation, a feature-length Australian documentary narrated by Laura Dern and co-starring Dr. Tamsin. The film makes its world debut this month.

Tamsin's new book The TEEMING Transformation is due in April: a hands-on naturalist's field guide to unleashing our own human nature. She is offering a 6 part series of unique developmental "TEEMLabs" designed to help individuals, organizations, and communities realize their potential for extraordinary impact and naturally inclusive returns. Starts February 2023. Register for these and more at TEEMLab.com.

Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker is an evolutionary primatologist, biomimicry pioneer, and an inspiring educator and consultant known for her evolutionary insight.

This event is part of the MLK Beloved Community Convergence. You can learn more here: www.compassiongames.org/event/reverence-for-life-welcoming-ourselves-back-home/
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One Humanity Institute - We Have a Dream - City of Hope

One Humanity Institute - We Have a Dream - City of Hope

January 13, 2023, 1:00pm - January 13, 2023, 2:00pm

Zoom - Facebook

Dear Friends, Please join us Friday at 2pm EST, 11am PST, and 8pm here in Europe. Lisa and I will be joined by our core team and founders of the One Humanity Institute. We look forward to share out dream with you, our beloved community.

The Core Team of the One Humanity Institute will be live streaming from the Peace Lab in Oswiecim/Auschwitz Poland. We too have a Dream like MLK, and we are creating a City of Hope, an emerging innovation city, a Solutionarium where we transform the history and horror of the worst human behavior to the best we can be. Come meet team members and prepare to become inspired by our City of Hope dream, and find ways that you can join in here in Poland, and locally where you are living.

Zoom Mtg ID:
883 4799 9833
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Spotlight Service Projects: Lighting Up the USA Part Two

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Spotlight Service Projects: Lighting Up the USA Part Two

December 20, 2022, 12:00pm - December 20, 2022, 12:30pm

Presentation Description:
Dr. Martin Luther King Grantees Service Projects: Lighting Up the USA Part Two: Tuesday, Dec. 20th, 12:00PM PST - 12:30PM PST / 3:00PM EDT - 3:30PM EDT

A variety of community leaders from around the USA will be sharing service projects honoring the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Enlightening Our Way Together. Join us in the zoom room and in community to build a Beloved Community. Get creative fun and meaningful ideas on how to serve your community too!

Here is the zoom room we will be in live:
Zoom Mtg ID: 206 9727 356

Presenters Name and Email:
Jon & Sommer Joy Ramer

Sommer Joy Ramer is the Global Chief Joy Officer.. Yes, (CJOY) of Compassion Games International and SINE (Synergized Impact Network Exchange). She is the Garden Of Joy Founder; an empowerment system aligned by joy, quantum sovereignty, and soul guided purpose. Sommer is a member of the Evolutionary Leaders Circle, a project of the Source of Synergy Foundation.

Jon Ramer Founder and “First First Follower” of Compassion Games International, Ramer was moved by the events of Sept. 11, 2001 to focus his entrepreneurial energies on non-profit community organizing. In 2008, Ramer was an organizational participant in The Seeds of Compassion, an event aligned with a visit to Seattle by H.H. Dalai Lama. As Executive Director of the Compassionate Action Network, Ramer conceived and implemented the International Campaign for Compassionate Cities for 2010 and then the Compassion Games: Survival of the Kindest in 2012. He is the co-author, with Phil Lane, Jr., of “[Deep Social Networks and the Digital Fourth Way](www.scribd.com/doc/47582568/Deep-Social-Networks-and-the-Digital-Fourth-Way).” You can learn more about Jon [here](en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Ramer).
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