“THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS: Freedom and Friendship at Plymouth Plantation.” A Cameron/Baxter Films project. There’s still time to contribute to our Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign for our challenging new documentary film/book venture. Funding ends on January 19. Please follow this blog for information that will give you a new perspective on an old story that has been out of balance since we first started telling it. See our other links below for Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
There is a core wound in the heart of America. The inspiring story of The First Fifty Years is shrouded in misinformation and mis-belief, leading to anger, blame, shame and guilt. Consequently, this nation is morally paralyzed. America was founded by visionaries, both European and Native, who articulated a vision for humanity in its freedom documents: The Mayflower Compact, The Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. America has yet to live up its promise.
This project brings a healing perspective to America’s Origin Story. It brings honor to both the Pilgrims and the Indians. The extraordinary fifty-five years of inter-cultural peace and friendship between the Mayflower Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians exemplified the human potential at Plymouth Plantation, 1621-1675. This is where the first seeds of American democracy were sown.
We are Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow, authors of “THE TRUST FREQUENCY: Ten Assumptions for a New Paradigm” and creators of the film “IN SEARCH OF THE FUTURE: What do the Wise Ones Know?” have launched a challenging new film/book project and Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign: “THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS: Freedom and Friendship at Plymouth Plantation.”
We have until January 19 to fund THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS. Please help us take a step on the high road to realizing the true American Dream: freedom, justice and abundance for all. To get there, we must first understand the significance of the Pilgrim, the Indian and the trust-based world-view that guided them.
“THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS: Freedom and Friendship at Plymouth Plantation”
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