The 2020 Caravan of Unity is in Colorado over Labor Day Weekend

The Caravan of Unity Across America and Around the World is the fulfillment of a vision that has been held since 2012, when the first U Day Festival happened in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Formally convened at the UN Tillman Chapel in October 2016 the “Road to 2020” has led through many sacred sites and events around the world and the Caravan of Unity is the last leg of that long road, climaxing in Peace Weekend 2020 (September 19-21) before completing on the National Mall in Washington DC on September 28, 2020.

While the US Caravan is moving from coast to coast the European Caravan of Unity Europe is hosting events across that continent also culminating in Peace Weekend and the International Day of Peace (September 21). 

The Caravan Across America is a mixture of “in place” events with social distancing (safety first) supported by virtual broadcasts.

The Caravan of Unity is coming to Colorado Labor Day weekend. First stop is in Carbondale, CO nestled at the base of Mt Sopris in the heart of the Roaring Fork Valley. Virtual program streaming Sunday September 6th 11 am to 2 pm from Third Street Center.This program is organized and supported by The Center for Human Flourishing.

We are featuring three program segments: Indigenous Culture and connections to the Roaring Fork Valley, Art for Healing and Inspiration through prose, poetry and music; Regeneration/Sustainability projects that encourage young farmers and families to grow organic foods and innovative community building possibilities for the future.

Presenters in Carbondale include Connie Baxter Marlow, Andrew Cameron Bailey, authors of The Trust Frequency; Amy Kimberly, Carbondale Arts; Jill Scher fabric art;  Gwen Garcelon, The Home Food Garden Project and founder of Roaring Fork Food Alliance; Local musicians Barry Chapman, JD Martin and Jan Garrett, Lisa Dancing light; Authors Will Evans Source Water Barbe Chambliss, Women Peacemakers.

Boulder and Loveland, Colorado Caravan Program presenters include:

Dr. Anita Sanchez, author of The Four Sacred Gifts; Chief Phil Lane Jr; Dr. Deb Sandella, originator of the groundbreaking Regenerating Images in Memory (RIM®) Method; Cheyenne Elder Henrietta Mann; Arapaho Elder Ava Hamilton; Connie Buffalo; Karuna (Caroline Ashley); Humanity’s Team Worldwide Executive Director Steve Farrell , Aykanna, musicians and filmmakers, and Olivia Hansen.

These are just a few of the people involved in pulling together a program of inspiration calling for unity, compassion, and co-creation to build a world of peaceful co-existence for all inhabitants of the Mother Earth. Join us on the world wide web and sign on to be a virtual participant for the Caravan as it makes its way across America to New York City for Peace Weekend 2020 September 19 to 21.

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