Show: Maine Social Justice

Episode: 0140 MSJ 16th Annual HOPE Festival. Featuring Emma's Revolution.mpg


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On April 24th, the Eastern Maine Peace and Justice Center celebrated the 16th HOPE Festival. Penobscot Elder, Arnold Neptune, opened the event for the sixteenth time with a prayer to GehChi N'wais, creator of all that is. Arnie was also honored with a wreath of ceremonial tobacco. Featured entertainment was Emma's Revolution. They sang a few of their more well-known songs such as "Peace, Salaam, Shalom." The crowd was also treated to a new song of theirs, not yet recorded. Those in attendance were also treated to music by the HOPE Festival Singers and an acoustical duet from Blue Hill, Timbered Lake.

In the afternoon all heard from educator and peace activist, Betty Burkes, followed by Rob Shetterly showing the paintings and telling the stories of just a few of his "Americans Who Tell the Truth" series.

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Saturday, May 8, 2010 - 10:33


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