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20 min documentary on the Farm. Swedish voice over but English interviews. Good clothes reference

▶ The Farm - Documentary about the biggest hippie community in the

Project of the Day: Two Sisters Explore Their Past in 'American Commune' | Filmmakers, Film Industry, Film Festivals, Awards & Movie Reviews | Indiewire

Project of the Day: Two Sisters Explore Their Past in ‘American Commune’

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I grew up on a hippy commune

Hippie Trippy, Hippy Style, The Farm, Tibet, Hippies, Bohemia, Psychedelic, Grid, 1970s

The Source Family: 70s, vegetarian, rock and roll commune.

Secret Style Icon: The Source Family

vintage everyday: Rare and Unseen Color Photographs of America’s Hippie Communes from the 1970s

vintage everyday: Rare and Unseen Color Photographs of America’s Hippie Communes from the

Original Woodstock. Wish I were able to go. Need that damned Delorean!

Woodstock Kiss - Elliott Landy - which i first found at camden markets and sent to my brother!

This is a clip from Johnny Carson--it's wonderful, but I'm not sure if the pin will work.  If it doesn't, follow the link back to the original and watch it--it's worth it if you love Jimmy Stewart or dogs!

Jimmy Stewart - Johnny Carson - A Dog Named Beau - Best Quality Get your kleenex ready.

Who knew.... Summertown is home to the oldest and largest commune in the country - The Farm - OffBeat Tennessee

Summertown is home to the oldest and largest commune in the country - The Farm - OffBeat Tennessee

VAN McCOY / THE HUSTLE (1975) -- Check out the "Super Sensational 70s!!" YouTube Playlist --> http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2969EBF6A2B032ED #70s #1970s

Do the Hustle! ~ Van McCoy, 1975 Check out the clothes, and the dancing.

Leonard Freed, USA. 1963. Baltimore, Maryland. Martin Luther King being greeted on his return to the US.

Return of Martin Luther King, Jr., after receiving Nobel Peace Prize. Baltimore, 1964 (photo by Leonard Freed)

God Loves Uganda [Official Trailer] A controversial documentary exploring the evangelical campaign to change African culture with values imported from America’s Christian Right. Congratulations to God Loves Uganda for it's inclusion in the 2014 Annapolis Film Festival. www.annapolisfilmfestival.net

Have you seen God Loves Uganda yet? PAI supplied some footage for this fantastic documentary about the dangerous influence of missionaries in Uganda. It's streaming now on Netflix!

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