Woodstock Revolution

The Woodstock Festival still resonates as a culminating event of a decade of radical cultural transformation, and the legacy of the Sixties reverberates as we negotiate, occupy and celebrate a vision for another world. Why does Woodstock symbolize the dreams, desires and actions of a decade that keeps resonating back to the present social structure? What impact do the sixties and its social movements have on us today? Do we still believe that we can change the world? Mom Irene and her daughter, Irene,  joined me for the spring opening of the Museum at Bethel Woods in 2008 on the site of the original 1969 Woodstock Festival in the Sullivan County Catskills of New York.

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