Rod Serling.. esque, I introduce a new character as the investigative reporter for a new television show: "Who?" was a collaborative effort to share local community activists who were doing the right things right, while questioning how we all engage our community simultaneously. Are we open and transparent? How do we work together effectively? What examples can we find in our local community? We were intending to sing the song for the unsung heroes and then some.... but it fell short of expectations and pockets weren't all that deep. It was a great effort and we did produce a few shows, but folks just didn't seem to be that interested at the time. Today, that appears to be different. We're all grateful to have been involved in throwing the proverbial stone into the pond and witnessing its ripples over the years.
Can we learn to get along and share?
This clip includes a couple of public service announcements from the era.
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This is a collection of shows from the early 1990s called One World. Years of storage didn't do the 3/4 inch tapes well, but some of them were okay. I apologize for the poor quality of those that didn't transfer that well, especially the one with Roy McAlister and Frances Barwood. The theme for the show was an exploration into inner and outer realities, the fears folks go through on their paths to wherever and more importantly how they overcame them. Each guest had their own challenges. It was a fantastic education for me that resulted in an honorary doctorate in divinity after a long dissertation on the spiritual service and significance of such a show and the work I was involved with in the community as a result. Enjoy the viewing.