Yes that is me. Healer, Counselor. Thank you for asking. I am glad that I joined this resourceful team. I am having fun communicating with like minded folk. May the Creator and the ancestors continue to bless this process. Alafia
In addition to housing, I'm wondering if community controlled cooperatives should acquire farmland for CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) since we have very little control of our food and water supply. " Makes you want to go Hmmmmmmm!"
Do you know him?
My name is Jay Shafer and since 1997 I have been living in a house smaller than some people’s closets. I call the first of my little hand built houses Tumbleweed. My decision to inhabit just 89 square feet arose from some concerns I had about the impact a larger house would have on the environment, and because I do not want to maintain a lot of unused or unusable space. My houses have met all of my domestic needs without demanding much in return. The simple, slower lifestyle my homes have afforded is a luxury for which I am continually grateful.
Since completing Tumbleweed, I have continued to make little buildings. How each house gets used depends on the occupant’s particular needs. What one person would enjoy as a quiet studio in their backyard, another couple might choose to inhabit as a full-time residence. What some people see as the perfect weekend hideaway in the country, others will use as a beautiful free-standing addition to their existing home for accommodating an elderly parent, an adult child, guests, or as office space
WACP MEMBERS DEBUT 1-HOUR DOCUMENTARY 08/26/08!
Posted by The LOOK of SUCCESS! on August 19, 2008 at 8:58pm
The Visual Graphic Arts Power Team is proud to announce the premiering of an hour long Documentary entitled - "Where has the American Dream Gone, Series No.1- FORECLOSURE" Inspired and produced by ZaZa Artiste Ahmad of ZaZa International. The Documentary will air on (Comcast Channel 24 or Channel 23 on other cable) Atlanta People TV on Tuesday, August 26, 2008 at 5:00 pm. This indepth look into the rising delima of the housing industry is one of the first of its kind to explore the possiblities of mass fraudulent pungent schemes taking place every month on the court house steps in Georgia.
WACP Members Adilifu Sanyika, Waketa Marshall, Hassan Raheem and Greg Palmer all had a hand in bringing this documentary into existence. Adilifu is the Reporter, Waketa is the co-producer and editor, Hassan and WACP provided the studio and consulting while Greg provided the NBBA Forum where portions of the project was videotaped. Special thanks also goes out to WACP Member Eric Makelani. Watch the trailor... a longer version will show on WACP after it fulfills the contract with Peoples TV. ENJOY and please feel free to comment!