DVD: Healing America and the World
We are going through a profound, quiet revolution now. As Gil Scott Heron told us, "The revolution will not be televised!" The Democracy Now show below first interviews Professor Craig Steven Wilder of MIT, author of Ebony and Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's Universities. They are later joined by filmmaker Katrina Browne.
Katrina created the film "Traces of the Trade" when she discovered that her family, the DeWolfes of Connecticut, had been the largest slave-holding family in America. They brought over 10,000 people from Africa -- who now have about 500,000 descendants! Katrina says: "I was shocked again when I realized that instead of being the exception, the DeWolfe family was just the tip of the iceberg of the vast complicity to slavery in New England."
The Traces of the Trade DVD is available for $25. This growing shift toward truth and reconciliation is a move now toward the principles that kept ancient Egypt the light of the world for thousands of years. Egypt was founded on The Principles of Ma'at (represented by Ma'at Goddess of Truth) which led to enlightenment for individuals and the society. Western culture is the only major civilization that has not seen Enlightenment as the goal. Enlightenment requires truth.
These healing leaders are clearing the path for a new age as we leave the Dark Age / Material Age of Kali Yuga and enter the Energy Age / Mental Age of Dwapara Yuga.
Democracy Now Show
In the video below, Democracy Now first interviews Professor Wilder. Katrina Browne joins later. Katrina and nine of her cousins went to Ghana to trace the slave trade! She explains that Rhode Island was the leading slave-trading state in the nation! Katrina is REALLY re-writing the image of the North -- the "deep North" as her film calls it!
Professor Wilder points out that Americans seem willing and able to embrace these historical truths now.
Click the graphics below to watch the show.