Weekly Gathering Newsletter No. 13

Week ending 12/12/2020

One day, you will look back, and see that all along you were blooming.

Morgan Harper Nichols


By Creative Coordinator, Victoria Lynn Hall

I like reading these newsletters and seeing what I and my fellow contributors have managed to create and/or curate each week gathered in one place – even when it isn’t an abundant output.

I don’t expect Amplifire Project to be a year round rose garden. I see it more as a patch of wildflowers. And this “Weekly Gathering” is the bouquet we make out of whatever has taken root and come to bloom here. No matter how humble or sparse, I hope you see interest and potential in these efforts, as I do. And I hope that even when some efforts enter more dormant seasons – our collaborative spirit can keep us steadily growing year round.

If you have an idea or story that needs a place to take root and grow, I’d love to hear about it. Write me at Victoria@AmplifireProject.com

3 Things You Can Do To Help Us Grow

  1. Join one or more of our platforms:
    Subscribe to our YouTube Channel
    Join Our Facebook Group
    Follow us on Twitter

  2. Share this newsletter and/or any of our content from our various platforms on your social media pages.

  3. Contribute your own original content in exchange for promotion on our platforms. See our guidelines and submission info. on the Share Your Story Page.

On the Amplifire Project Blog

In her show notes for “The Best of Ask Jesse: Episodes 1 through 15“, Victoria writes about how the Ask Jesse podcast began, how it’s going and how listeners can contribute to it going forward.

Victoria also posted a new poem, entitled “Stop and Start“.

For this week’s Wonderland Campaign feature, Kerri gets curious about how and why history seems to repeat itself in, “Peaceful Puppy“.

From the Blog Archives, here’s the very first piece Jesse Crall wrote for our launch in May of this year, “The World As It Is“.

On the Amplifire Project YouTube Channel

Jesse took the week off from recording “Ask Jesse” so he could focus on some projects, but Victoria put together some highlights of their first 15 episodes for part 1 of “The Best of Ask Jesse”.

Here’s the full video:

And don’t forget to check out our playlist page, where we recently added a “Conversations With Lorie” playlist:

On the Amplifire Project Facebook Group

We hope you have or will join our community at facebook.com/groups/AmplifireProject and please feel free to share content to and from this public group. Here’s some of what was shared this past week:

Many of us could not help but think of and pay tribute to John Lennon on December 8th, 40 years after his assassination. Kerri shared this inspirational video:

Michael shared this post by Yoko Ono:

Action Items

In an effort to keep this newsletter organized and further promote action items, we have given them their own page. We will just be sharing the newest items with you each week here.

Send Congress a letter through the Action Network to tell them the death penalty is not an effective tool to stop crime and ask them to Sign on to Rep. Pressley’s letter to Joe Biden. The deadline for Members of Congress to do so is 12pm EST on Monday, December 14th.

We would welcome your sharing of your efforts and experiences with taking action on these items. We also invite you to submit your own action items for consideration of being published in this newsletter. Please send all correspondence to Victoria@amplifireproject.com

You can also post your action items on our moderated Facebook Group.

On the Amplifire Project Twitter Page

Here’s our “Tweet of the Week“:

Learn more about our growing team of contributors here.

Thank you for listening.

Amplifire Project

Published by amplifireproject

Creative Coordinator of Amplifire Project.

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