Conversations with Activists to Inspire Global Change
Excerpts from Conversations with Activists to Inspire Global Change with Gabriel of Urantia, a series of talks providing a forum for activists to voice their concern for humanitarian issues. Gabriel of Urantia is a spiritual leader, musician, author, visionary, and co-founder of Global Community Communications Alliance, a multi-faceted world spiritual community and EcoVillage.
Gabriel of Urantia talks with Boukman Eksperyans (7:32)
Boukman Eksparyans was founded by Lolo Beaubrun and his wife Mimerose. They perform mizik rasin, a style of roots music that began in Haiti in the late 1980s. They speak and sing about politics and spirituality and a message of change.
Gabriel of Urantia talks with Thomas Mapfumo (8:53)
Thomas Mapfumo is called the Lion of Zimbabwe for his courageous stand against the oppressive government of Zimbabwe. His music speaks to this oppression and the cause of his people.
Gabriel of Urantia talks with Jah Levi (9:27)
Jah Levi is a roots/reggae music ambassador dedicated to facilitating change and transformation, spreading a message of love and unity for all beings. He plays music with his band "The Higher Reasoning."
Gabriel of Urantia talks with Nancy Red Star (7:36)
Nancy Red Star is a citizen of the Abenaki Nation. She lectures and leads workshops, throughout the United States, on the teachings of the star ancestors.
Gabriel of Urantia talks with Blue Thunder (8:14)
Blue Thunder (Bennie LeBeau) is a from the Eastern Shoshone Indigenous Nation, of the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming. Blue Thunder is a spiritual leader and advisor, dedicated to healing Mother Earth.
Gabriel of Urantia talks with Fenton Wardle (9:19)
Fenton Wardle is the lead singer of The Reggae Angels. God-consciousness is the fulcrum of Fenton's life, which he expresses through his music.
Gabriel of Urantia talks with Dennis Banks (12:19)
Dennis Banks, a member of the Anishinabe Ojibwa tribe, is a Native American leader, lecturer, teacher, activist, and author.
Gabriel of Urantia talks with Russell Means (8:03)
Russell Means, an Oglala Lakota, was the first national director of the American Indian Movement (AIM) and has fought most of his adult life for the rights of the Indian people.
Gabriel of Urantia talks with Jen Chapin (11:07)
Jen Chapin is the daughter of singer/songwriter Harry Chapin. Jen carries on the humanitarian tradition that her deceased father began.