The Total Thrust is Global Justice

November 26, 2008

Footage from Drew's poetry performance at The Dream Reborn conference in Memphis, Tennessee, on the 40th Anniversary of Martin Luther King's assassination, April 4, 2008.

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3 comments for "The Total Thrust is Global Justice"

lela says:
February 16, 2010 at 10:51 AM

for my country its new, new view of democracy

mavis Nickels says:
April 19, 2010 at 05:39 PM

Drew, you say so beautifully what we at the Village Ecosystem and at Workfoo truly believe and are striving to live. We are posting this on our facebook: (hope you will visit it!) Listening to you at an Awakening the Dreamer symposium was like hearing an echo from my own heart and soul. The Universe is truly awakening, and so many people from so many places are moving, moving, moving. It is now!

heidi says:
November 20, 2011 at 02:13 PM

The de-commodification of art will lead to the de-commodification of people. Your example in this is powerful.

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what people are saying about drew

"Thank you for the exceptional contribution you made to the development of the Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream Symposium. It's hard to imagine the direction we would have taken and the end we would have arrived at had you not crossed our path however many months ago. It isn't just the information you shared with us about Thomas Berry's work; it's the way you have internalized it and woven it into your own soul that made it so potent, and in the end, caused us to revise the entire Symposium based on the principles he identified and that you shared so eloquently. Your work with the interviews was nothing short of inspired. In addition to helping us connect with the right people to use, your skill both in creating thoughtful questions and then engaging the interviewees was masterful. Drew, you have been a team player par excellence. It was a privilege and pleasure to work with you."
- Bill Twist and Tracy Apple, The Pachamama Alliance and the Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream Symposium

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