Bob Marley 70th Earthday Evening: The Coconut Revolution

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Bob Marley 70th Earthday Evening: The Coconut Revolution

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BobFest 2015 in association with the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History and Hammonds House present a rare night of deep Roots and rich Culture, Friday evening Feb 6th, 2015....commemorating the 70th Earthday of Berhane Selassie, bka Bob Marley. As Bob sang in his immortal words, "it takes a revolution to make a solution..." All one needs to do is look around and see that we are in revolutionary times.. On Friday evening, we gather for an evening of cultural expression, timely conversation and viewing of an epic film. The film Coconut Revolution documents the world's first successful "Eco Revolution," in which indigenous people of the South Pacific used their unity, love and creativity to defeat a much more "modern" occupying army. This evening of food, film, music and reasoning is hosted by Urban farmer and Author Eugene Alala, in the warm, intimate space of Atlanta's historic Hammonds House Museum, located a few steps from the revolutionary farm that he manages. The spirit of change is all over the Earth. We are privileged to have the opportunity to participate locally, in ways that will benefit our children's children. Admission is FREE Delicious food and drinks will be available #Bobfest #SpiritFood
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