In this premiere edition of Fierce Light host Velcrow Ripper introduces us to the ScaredSacred project. Then it's onto the founding Conference of the Network of Spiritual Progressives, on the theme of Spiritual Activism, featuring part one of the keynote adress by the Reverend Van Jones of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights. We wrap up with some information on upcoming ScaredSacred workshops. Music by the West Coast musician, Evan Bluetech, on the Aleph Zero Label, as well as Japanese underground musician Susumu Yokota, and the West Coast electronic ensemble, Inter.mission, taken from the feature documentary, ScaredSacred, which is launching theatrically on October 21st. Check the website for details, and to find out about workshops and panels: www.scaredsacred.org
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