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November’s Conscious Movie- Where Do We Go Now?

In November, the Centers of Light will show Where Do We Go Now?   Set in a remote village where the church and the mosque stand side by side, this film follows the antics of the town’s women to keep their men from starting a religious war. Women heartsick over sons, husbands and fathers lost to [...]

Archbishop Tutu, Unwavering Peace Activist

  South Africa’s Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who is a long standing activist for human rights and world-wide peacemaker has decided to withdraw from the leadership summit he was supposed to participate in with British Prime minister Tony Blair.  According to an article from BBC, a spokesperson from [...]

August’s Conscious Movie- Fierce Light

In August, the Centers of Light will show Fierce Light by Velcrow Ripper. Fueled by the belief that “another world is possible,” Fierce Light is a compelling, global journey into the world of spirit in action, an exploration of what Martin Luther King called “Love in Action,” and Gandhi called [...]
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Top 10 Must-See Occupy Wall Street Videos [Slideshow]

Please take the time to watch these 10 videos about the Occupy movement. They are important, and will help you get a sense of the whole of the issues, and what it has been and what it can be. Watch the videos.

Why Peace Is Possible & How We Can Achieve It by Paul K. Chappell

Paul Chappell gives this inspiring talk about why we wage war, how it is not part of our nature to kill fellow human beings, and the role of the military in a peaceful society. This video will raise questions and give you many answers. Paul K. Chappell graduated from West Point in 2002, served in [...]
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Budrus

The Centers of Light will be showing Budrus for August’s Conscious Movie. This documentary follows a Palestinian man and his daughter as they organize non-violent resistance to the building of a barrier wall that would destroy their village. The power of their organizing is that it brought together [...]
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