Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Growing Revolution in Massachusetts

We’ve had a great tour through the farmlands of Massachusetts this week! The tour has brought us to all sorts of family farms, community gardens, revolutionary agricultural projects, and more! We started off int the hometown of the two film-makers, … Continue reading

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Getting to Work at the Soul Fire Farm

The past couple days we’ve have been excitedly getting down in the dirt at the Soul Fire Farm! It has been exciting visiting with friends out here in Grafton, New York on an incredible sustainable farm. We spent the day … Continue reading

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Finding Nuestras Raices in Holyoke (and Worcester!)

    This week we got to come back to our roots (nuestras raices) in Worcester and have a packed screening of Ciclovida at Clark, as well as meet some incredible folks at Nuestras Raices in Holyoke! We got back to … Continue reading

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Companheiros Brazileros em Framingham

We saw many Brazilian flags waving as we rode our bikes into Framingham from Boston. The Ciclovida team had a great 20 mile ride together as we headed for our event at Casa do Trabahaldor in Framingham for our screening. … Continue reading

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Worcester to Boston: Seeds and Cycles

Time is flying and so are we! From place to place as we connect with companheiros and spread the seeds of the Ciclovida project and the struggle for justice and ecology. We had a great weekend getting to connect with … Continue reading

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Press Coverage of Ciclovida by Providence Journal

Check out the video coverage of Ciclovida by the Providence Journal: http://www.projo.com/video/?bctid=930114926001

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People Power in Providence

We kicked off this past weekend with an amazing event at PrYSM, Providence Youth Student Movement, an incredible community space for youth whose vision is “to confront and end state, street, and interpersonal violence affecting the Southeast Asian community in … Continue reading

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