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Sun July[masked]pm The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil

From: Philo C.
Sent on: Saturday, July 18, 2009 12:09 PM
* Sunday, July 19th, 2009, 5:30-7:30pm

Film: The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil [after  Soviet Union collapsed and Cuba no longer received oil from anywhere,  The film is US made by Community Solutions, Yellow Springs, Ohio]

TPSS Food Co-op  
201 Ethan Allen Avenue
Community Room, Lower Level
Takoma Park, MD[masked] 

Transition Takoma presents:
* Movie, Potluck & Discussion 
* @ TPSS Food Coop Community Room, lower level @ Rt 410 and Sycamore Ave, Takoma Park
Film: The Power of Community:How Cuba Survived Peak Oil 
Takoma is part of a growing worldwide movement to localize our
economies and create sustainable, resilient communities - a positive
vision and practical response to climate change, peak oil and economic
���The Power of Community��� (53 mins) is the inspiring
story of Cuba���s creative and successful response to the collapse of the
Soviet Union in 1990, when their imports of oil were cut by more than
half ��� and food by 80 percent.
Join us for a Potluck meal and
conversation about the film (which means everyone contributes something
to the table; please bring local foods to support our
economy/agriculture and your own reusable plates/utensils to reduce
waste if you are able.) Children are most welcome.
* What is your vision for a sustainable future? 
* For our families, neighborhood, community, world?
Please join us! For additional information,call[mas­ked] 
or email [address removed]
 Philo Collins
[address removed]

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