For those of you in the New York City area who attend our film series, this will be familiar; but for those of you who do not attend Revolution here in person and instead listen online, we are very happy to announce that Shakespeare Behind Bars is now available for free steaming on YouTube. We showed this film a while back and it was very well received. We speak a lot about Grace, forgiveness and mercy here at Revolution- but this film perfectly shows what that looks like in practice and in the real world. We hope you enjoy and invite you to come back to this blog post if you’d like to discuss and share your feelings about the film.
Don’t forget folks… tomorrow night (Tuesday, June 30th) we are hosting the next installment of our popular documentary film series with “Crips and Bloods: Made in America” at Legion in Williamsburg. We hope to see you all out there! And please spread the word if you can. There will be a suggested donation of $10 at the door, which will also automactially enter you into the raffle. It starts at 8pm… can’t wait to see you!
Oh yeah, and for those of you asking… here’s what Crip Walking looks like. You may want to mute the sound if foul language offends you.
Today, Jay flips the script with a question for you instead… does how somebody disagrees with you and who that person is make an impact on what they have to say? Or is it only the message that matters?
“White Man” by The Michael Gungor Band. Enjoy.