Cheryl Honey
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Good News and Updates for OccupyCafe

Started Jul 4, 2012 0 Replies

Here is some good news we received from Rebecca Campbell, a Community Weaver in Seattle. This information offers hope to many who have worked so hard to rid our country of corruption.  The links to…Continue

Community Weaving OccupyCafe

Started Jun 29, 2012 0 Replies

     Kirk Gardner is one of the most spiritual people I know and has been my mentor for nearly 14 years.  Our organization is transitioning and I sense we are on the verge of a convergence with…Continue

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How would you characterize your connection to the Occupy movement?
Active in Movement but not part of a physical Occupation, Other
List of on-the-ground Occupy sites where you participate, if any
My proposal for Community Weaving America earned me a scholarship to attend the Rebuild the American Dream conference in WA D.C. and the Occupy Washington Rally kick-off event in 2011.
How did you hear about Occupy Cafe?
If you checked "email from an organization" or a #Occupy website above, please tell us which one(s)
Not sure. We were meant to meet and collaborate to advance our work in the world.
What draws you to Occupy Cafe?
The spirit that drives the organization to weave people together and empower them to do good works creates a more caring, just and civil society. I want to do what I can to empower the people to discover new ways to thrive in a transitioning world. This site and those who created it are truly inspired. The gift I bring is Community Weaving the Occupy movement. The OccupyCafe is what will sustain the movement and transform lives and birth true "community" among all who choose to live and serve as good neighbors.
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At 7:38pm on November 20, 2012, Mushin said…


Cell is 303-520-6866 Mushiin

At 12:11pm on September 29, 2012, David Eggleton said…

I know what you mean about what I'll call the talking:happening ratio.  My perspectives are that while isolated doings can seem to be too little, too late, isolated doings might serve as inspirations, sparking something substantial and timely.  And while coordinated doings can seem more likely to be adequate, coordinated doings can be both resisted and associated with a new, suspect them.

So, we plug in where we see the most promise.

At 7:53am on August 27, 2012, Stephanie Nestlerode said…

sorry I must miss your call today .... am in a training all day.  be well!

At 7:57pm on August 6, 2012, Stephanie Nestlerode said…

Hi Cheryl,

Just now seeing your note.  Am enjoying hearing your voice.  Synchronicity is such a powerful reality.  I'm on the trail to find money for bridging native wisdoms into our current governance systems and to weave community back into native communities like Pine Ridge that have become so broken based on what was created.  My family chose to disconnect from their native heritage generations ago ... and that's also a painful situation that I never hear talked about.  more to come!

At 8:13am on July 3, 2012, Liz Myers said…

Hey Cheryl!  Very nice to meet you :)  Here's the "promo" for my radio show today - check it out if you can (although I know that there is going to be a very interesting discussion here on the Middle East and international issue!)

Air Occupy today: healthcare!  What is the Affordable Care Act?  What is good about it and what should be changed?  What did the Supreme Court say about it?  Listen in at 11 am ET on

We are talking with Dr. Mark Ryan, a family physician in Richmond, VA, and one of the Occupy Healthcare team since its inception.
Check out his blog - "Life in Underserved Medicine" at

Very happy to have him on and excited about this topic!  

Join us - call in during the show 386-523-1380 or post on Air Occupy's FB or join us on Twitter @AirOccupy


At 11:09am on June 29, 2012, Ben Roberts said…

Welcome, Cheryl!  Looking forward to doing some community weaving here with you!


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