Can you see what I see
Or is it just me
My active imagination
Challenge what can be
This roulette was like Ted Talks meets poetry! The hostess was a global leader from the future: female, brown-skinned and English speaker (majority of the world is female, people of color and speak English as their 1st, 2nd or 3rd language). Milton Villeda, multi-instrumentalist and engineer, gave a demonstration of his latest invention, The M!ltone, which controlled various aspects of different musical instruments and lighting with a wave of the hand.
Scott Lipton talked about how EdTech Action addressed the broken educational system.
Sarah Kennon’s rant proved that most teenagers do not live the shallow life as portrayed by the media. Donna Dechen Birdwell read the opening chapter of her futuristic fiction, The Way of the Serpent. Lila McCall shared a poem about the gift of special vision. Josh Matimore gave a retro look of a visionary gangster who used to work for Al Capone. Teresa Y. Roberson stated her list of 10 future global demands, starting with 51% of all leadership roles being held by women. Thom the World Poet waxed optimism when other people plan for the future since they’re confident there will be a future! Louise Richardson started the open mic. Jon Van Lowe Sangye O’Mara Kevin Velasco Michelle Michael Kennon Josh Matimore Sarah Kennon
We thank our audience for staying an hour later that usual for this visionary show!
Next roulette will be Sunday, October 12th with the theme “Cocktail Napkin Stories.”