Light A Candle For Democracy Candle Light Vigil

Light A Candle For Democracy vigil
At 8 to 9 a.m. On the morning of Sunday, April 8th the Brattleboro fire department will hang the We Celebrate Democracy / Civil Rights For All main street banner over Main St. at High St. in downtown Brattleboro.

On the night of the 8th at 7 pm we have organized a “Light A Candle For Democracy” candlelight vigil for democracy under the banner (rain date the 9th).

Democracy is the light of the world, but the Dark Force is trying to put it out. Stand up for Democracy. Bring yourself and friends and family with candles to light for Democracy. We will light our candles at 7:25 (sunset). Pliny Park has been reserved for this event. Best parking is in the High Grove Lot. Bring a candle to light, bring a song to sing, bring words to speak, for Democracy. We need more people who want to speak up for Democracy. Please contact us.

April 8 We Celebrate Democracy/Civil Rights For All Banner Raising

April 8 We Celebrate Democracy/Civil Rights For All banner raising

On the morning of Sunday April 8th at 8 am to 9 am the Brattleboro fire department will hang the We Celebrate Democracy/Civil Rights For All main street banner over Main St. at High St. in downtown Brattleboro.

I’m going down to watch!
It makes me feel good to look up and see those words “Civil Rights For All” on the banner up above Main Street, so I go down to watch the fire company put the banner up. I feel like being there is a way I can make a public statement that Democracy and Civil Rights For All people are very important to me. The Works will be open. In order to stand up to the bullies in our society, we say at all our events: All people who attend this event agree to be nonviolent in word and in deed.

Your Sports Are Coded

Check out the Gematria of “Baseball” check it out at

baseball=54 (English Ordinal)  54 outs in a 9 inning baseball game between both teams

baseball=18   (Reduction)          18 players on both teams without the DH

baseball=27  (reduction w/S exception)    27 outs for one team in a 9 inning game

Decode Your Reality

Gematria is the practice of coding numbers into words.  In the beginning, according to the Book of Formation, God merged the letter with the number. Gematria is from the Kabbalah.

There are many different ways or ciphers to figure out the Gematria of a word or phrase. The English ordinal method a=1, b=2,c=3, z=26..etc  The English Reduction method: z=26..2+6=8  The Reverse English ordinal method: a=26, b=25…y=2,z=1  and the Reverse Reduction method: a=8, b=7..etc..These follow the rules of numerology. The letter “S” is the 19th letter in the alphabet. In reduction “s” can also be 10 and 1.

“An Introduction to Haiti,” Talk, Film and Dinner, at Centre Congregational Church

On Saturday, April 7, 2018 @5:00 pm WWAC joins HOST, Haiti Orphanage Sponsorship Trust, in presenting a special event “An Introduction to Haiti Today.” The talk, screening and dinner by donation will be held at Centre Congregational Church, Memorial Hall,193 Main St, Brattleboro, VT

HOST is a small, grassroots non-profit based in Vermont that has been partnering with Foyer Evangelique Orphanage in Haiti since 2010 to provide  food, education, medical attention and other essentials to the  children at the orphanage.The speaker is Rose Albert, a motivated and dynamic young woman who was born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The film is “Serenade for Haiti,” a documentary feature which finds a story of transcendence and great humanity as the children and faculty of the Sainte Trinité Music School turn to music after a devastating earthquake.

Why It’s Loving To Be Anti-American(s) & Pro Law Not Just Anti-US Gov & Anti-Wall St.

Anyone able to imagine one’s own child in a pool of its own blood would have to be against a society that writes off millions of dead children as collateral damage. US military action in Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Iraq alone, brought death to 5 million dead kids! If one is a normal human being and loves all children as one’s own, being anti the Americans doing, or in agreement with, the killing, is a loving attitude.

Wall One More Try

Just a straight up submission, no drafting or saving. Needs a minimum of 100 characters so I’ll type a bit more. The error box is bright red, which is a bit harsh. Am I up to 100 characters. I must be getting close. Okay, submit again. Agh, still wants 100. Is it 100 words. That might be. In that case, we should change the error to say 100 words, instead of just 100. I wonder how many words this is. Not fair to have to count them myself! ha! Okay submitting again on the hope that i have 100. Ugh. still says I need to get to 100 words. How do I do this. Maybe it isn’t 100 words. Maybe it is 100 something elses. If that’s true, I’m lost. One hundred cats? One hundred blocks of cheese? Oh, please let me have a successful submission!

Free Documentary Film Screening: Standing With Standing Rock, by Director Fidel Moreno

Oscar-nominated director Fidel Moreno will present a FREE screening of his documentary work-in-progress, Standing With Standing Rock, at Brooks Memorial Library on Friday, December 8th, at 6 pm.

Standing with Standing Rock was shot on location, and chronicles the story of the protesters at Standing Rock and their connection to the history of the American Indian Movement on their treaty-given lands of the American west. It has been culled from 18 hours of interviews with 33 people at Standing Rock, including youth, mothers, grandmothers, grandfathers, First Nation people and non-Indian supporters.

“The Gathering” Live Stream on Ecological Devastation

This Sunday , Oct. 1 there will be a live stream of a series called “The Gathering” with Rev. Dr. William Barber of North Carolina. The topic this month is Ecological Devastation. The live stream is from 5:30-8:30 at The Root Social Justice Center, 28 Williams St., Brattleboro. The Root is nut-free and fragrance-free.

Groundworks Collaborative To Hold 7th Annual Hike for the Homeless on Mount Wantastiquet

BRATTLEBORO, VT – Groundworks Collaborative will hold the seventh annual Hike for the Homeless fundraiser on Saturday, October 14, on Mount Wantastiquet in Hinsdale, NH. There will be two start times, 10am and 12:30pm, each beginning at the Mountain Road trailhead in Hinsdale (an immediate left after the second bridge on Route 119 when coming from downtown Brattleboro). Registration begins at 9:30 for the 10am start, and at noon for the 12:30pm start. Whether hiking to the summit or walking the River Trail at the mountain’s base, participants can anticipate spectacular fall-foliage views of the town of Brattleboro. Hikers may raise funds individually (a minimum of $50 is suggested) or as a team (suggested minimum $250). All proceeds from the Hike benefit Groundworks’ programs to house and support families and individuals experiencing homelessness in Brattleboro and surrounding communities.